The Montana State Fair has announced that Tracy Byrd will be playing at Expo Park’s (4 Seasons Arena) Pacific Steel and Recycling Arena on Monday, July 29th
Tracy Byrd will take the stage on Monday, July 29, in the Pacific Steel & Recycling Arena during the 2019 Montana State Fair, July 26 – August 3.
Tracy Byrd, a Vidor, Texas native, graduated from Vidor High School. He attended college at Lamar University, in Beaumont, Texas, and Texas State University in San Marcos, Texas.
While going to Lamar University, Tracy sang with a local band in Beaumont called Rimfire led by Jeffrey Adams and Dave Adams, a band that also featured acts such as Mark Chesnutt.
Tracy Byrd is the National Spokesperson for Special Olympics International for the Country Music Association. He developed a crank bait fishing lure marketed by Norman Lures called The Lifestyles Of The Not So Rich & Famous’, named after his hit recording of the song written by Byron Hill and Wayne Tester. For every one of the lures sold Byrd donates ten cents to the Special Olympics.
Tracy Byrd also hosts an annual golfing/fishing/music event, “The Tracy Byrd Homecoming Weekend,” in Southeast Texas to raise money for local charities, including the March of Dimes, the Children’s Miracle Network, and culminating in the donation of money to fund the Tracy Byrd Hyperbaric Medicine and Wound Care Center at St. Elizabeth’s Hospital in Beaumont. Byrd also raised money by soliciting pledges for his attempt to complete the 2002 Houston Marathon. He finished the marathon, and donated all of his pledges to the Children’s Miracle Network.
For more information contact Montana Expo Park admin Mon-Fri 8 am – 5 pm Phone: (406) 727-8900
Tickets will be on sale at Montana Expo Park box office soon http://tickets.goexpopark.com/