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The Springs Country Fest is on Friday, May 31st at 5 PM at Weidner Field, home of the Colorado Springs Switchbacks partnering with iHeart Radio, Y96.9, Pepsi, and Oakwood Homes. You can see headliner Russell Dickerson, Double Wide, Gunnar & The Grizzly Boy's, and Adam Hambrick.
Headliner Russell Dickerson has radio hits "Blue Tacoma" and "Yours" that appeared in the Billboard Hot 100 in 2018 as well as his latest hit "Every Little Thing".
$25 general admission tickets are available and for those who serve, $10 tickets are available for purchase when you use your dot-mil email at checkout. Parking is free!
More music, more beer, and an unforgettable experience! Get your tickets now!
Russell Dickerson was born for the stage. “I’m just naturally that kind of dude: a big, loud and over-the-top guy,” he says with a laugh. Yes, one of country music’s most talked-about new talents -- and the voice behind the smash single “Yours,” a stunning ballad inspired by his wife of four years, Kailey, that’s racked up over 33 million streams to date on Spotify, where he’s been on the Hot Country, Country Gold Playlists and more for over a year, and exploded since being serviced to country radio in April -- need not go into “entertainer mode” before he catapults himself onstage to deliver one of his notoriously amped-up live shows.
Dickerson says he’d written hundreds of songs before that “gut feeling” kicked in one day in 2014 when he, Welling and Brown penned “Yours.” “When we wrote it we all said ‘This is amazing!’ And then it was just one thing after another,” he says of the song’s rocketship ride to radio. “To get that affirmation from everyone at, what felt like, every step — publishers, record label, radio — is just so incredible.” Adds Dickerson of the breakout song, which has become a wedding standard, and because of which he recorded an acoustic wedding version: “It’s such a boost of confidence. It’s validation.”
“For as long as we’ve prepped for this,” Dickerson says, “I hope this is just the beginning.”