A band featured on CMT, Extra, Today, and as one of Spotify's Hot Country Artists to watch has been tapped to open the Alabama concert at the Missouri State Fair on Saturday, August 17, 2024.

Restless Road, made up of Zach Beeken, Garrett Nichols, and Colton Pack, will open for Alabama. Last year, the band released its debut album, "Last Rodeo," featuring the title track, "I Don't Wanna Be That Guy," "Sundown Somewhere," "On My Way," "Growing Old With You," and the popular fan favorite "Bar Friends."

Heading into this summer, Restless Road has been on tour, selling out New York City's Gramercy Theater, Nashville's Brooklyn Bowl, and London's Lafayette. The group also played at the UK's Country to Country Music Festival.

Later this year, the band will be on the road with Tim McGraw and Cole Swindell.

Tickets for all Missouri State Fair concerts, including Alabama with Restless Road, are now on sale at ETix. Tickets are $75 for seats on the track and $65 for seats in the grandstand. All concert seats are reserved, and convenience charges apply to all sales.

The grandstand lineup is as follows:

  • Thursday, August 8 - Foreigner with Maggie Rose
  • Friday, August 9 - Warren Zeiders with Wyatt Flores
  • Saturday, August 10 - Goo Goo Dolls with The Fray
  • Sunday, August 11- Missouri State Fair Shoot Out Truck & Tractor Pulls
  • Monday, August 12 - Pro Pulling League
  • Tuesday, August 13 - Tracy Lawrence with Ruby Leigh
  • Wednesday, August 14 - Tauren Wells with Jordan Feliz
  • Thursday, August 15 - Ian Munsick with Creed Fisher
  • Friday, August 16 - Ludacris with Dax
  • Saturday, August 17 - Alabama with Restless Road
  • Sunday, August 18 - 2024 Powri 410 Sprint Cars, B Modifieds & Super Stock Races

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