Yung Gravy has been added to the entertainment lineup at the 2023 Alaska State Fair. The rapper will perform as part of the AT&T Concert Series on Monday, Aug. 28, at 7 p.m. Tickets for the show go on sale Friday at 10 a.m. Tickets, which include fair admission are $65 reserved and $55 on the lawn.
Starting out as a rising star on Soundcloud, Yung Gravy has gone on produce platinum singles like “Mr. Clean.” Last month, the fair announced its first round of main stage entertainment options, which include Megadeth, Blues Traveler and Flogging Molly.
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Yung Gravy is the latest in a list of major concert announcements over the last month.
Earlier this week, the Alaska Airlines Center and Williwaw announced Limp Bizkit will be performing at Alaska Airlines Center on Saturday, May 13. Presale is already underway but tickets go on sale to the public Friday at 10 a.m. Locals Delmag and Thera are scheduled to open the show and tickets range from $89 to $129.
Fred Durst and DJ Lethal will be part of Limp Bizkit Eve on May 12 at Williwaw with Tayy Tarantino providing local support.
Earlier this month, Showdown Alaska and Moose’s Tooth announced the lineup for the second annual Sundown Solstice Festival. It includes headliners Rae Sremmurd, Big Boi, Chromeo, and Slander and will be held at Cuddy Park. The festival will run from June 16-18 and will have vendors and food trucks. Local bands are also on the bill and well as acts like Freddie Gibbs, Nghtmre, OhGeesy, Claude VonStroke and Silverstein. Tickets are on sale now and 3-day general admission passes are $179. VIP packages are available.
Late last month, Erickson Unlimited announced it was bringing Grammy winning and platinum-selling band Train to Anchorage for a show on July 15. The all-ages show is being held at the Chinook Lot at 3rd and E Street downtown. Tickets are on sale now and are $85 with VIP packages available.