- August 31, 2019 • 7:00 pmConocoPhillips Borealis Theatre
This event is expired and not part of the 2020 schedule.
Pre-sale to Alaska State Fair members is April 18 – April 25.
Tickets go on sale to the public April 26 at 10am
|Ticket Type||Price||Concert Only||Price||W/Fair Admission|
|Lawn Area||$40||BUY TIX||$50||BUY TIX|
|Reserved Area||$55||BUY TIX||$65||BUY TIX|
Fair admission additional. Convenience fees apply. Please note there is no seating at this concert.
Tickets w/Fair admission ends August 21.
Platinum-selling country recording artist and record-breaking singer/songwriter Cole Swindell has a lot of hits to his name, from songwriting credits like “This Is How We Roll” by Florida Georgia Line, “Get Me Some of That” by Thomas Rhett, and Luke Bryan’s No. 1 single, “Roller Coaster,” to his own #1 singles including “Chillin’ It,” “Hope You Get Lonely Tonight,” “Ain’t Worth The Whiskey,” “Let Me See Ya Girl,” “You Should Be Here,” “Middle of a Memory” and “Flatliner.”
Swindell released his third album, All of It, last summer, when it debuted at #1 on the Billboard Country album chart and #7 on the Billboard Top 200. The first single, “Break Up In The End,” was the most-added song at country radio the week it was released and currently sits in the Top 5 on the country radio charts.
All total, the Georgia native has eight #1 singles, 10 #1 singles as a songwriter, one 1 billion audience-reaching single, six Platinum singles, a platinum-certified debut album, and a gold-certified sophomore album. He has also been honored with numerous songwriting awards, including NSAI Songwriter/Artist of the Year (2016), two CMA Triple Play Awards in both 2015 and 2016, and Music Row’s Breakthrough Songwriter of the Year (2015).
Since launching his career in 2014, Swindell has toured with the biggest superstars in country music
including Luke Bryan, Kenny Chesney, Jason Aldean, Florida Georgia Line, and Dierks Bentley. He previously sold out his four Down Home Tours, and wrapped up his first career-headlining tour last spring.
There are “wet” (alcohol consumption permitted) and “dry” (no alcohol) areas. To enter the “wet” area, you must be aged 21 or older and present a valid photo ID, or be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian and present a valid photo ID. Wheelchair accessible seating areas are available in both the reserved and lawn areas. Some concerts have chairs in the reserved area. There are no chairs in the lawn area. Limited bleacher seating is available on the “wet” side of the lawn area. Please check each concert page for more information.
Concert ticket prices do not include Fair admission. Convenience fees apply. Babes-in-arms admitted for free; children aged 2 and up must have a ticket. During the Fair, concert tickets may also be purchased on the fairgrounds at the Borealis Box Office, adjacent to the Borealis Theatre.
Concert ticket prices do not include Fair admission. Convenience fees apply. Babes-in-arms admitted for free; children aged 2 and up must have a ticket. During the Fair, concert tickets may also be purchased on the fairgrounds at the ConocoPhillips Borealis Box Office, adjacent to the ConocoPhillips Borealis Theatre.
The ConocoPhillips Borealis Theatre is an open-air theatre; shows take place rain or shine. Both entrance gates open approximately one hour prior to the show. Personal chairs, professional grade cameras, cameras with detachable lenses and recording devices are strictly prohibited.
There are 2 entry gates to the theatre; a “wet” gate directly into the alcohol consumption areas and a “dry” gate accessible by all ages. If you enter through the “dry” gate, you may cross into the “wet” area once you’re inside the theatre. To access any area with alcohol consumption, including entering through the “wet” gate, you must be 21 or over and present a valid photo ID, or be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian and present a valid photo ID.