Free Family Matinee John Anderson Marty Stuart FRI Aug 26 7:30pm Tickets: $50/$62/$78 Box* 93 $ John Anderson is one of the greatest country music singers ever to step up to the microphone. His Country Music Hall of Fame-worthy career has produced 23 albums and a wealth of industry awards. He has 20 singles that reached the Top 10 including "Seminole Wind" and "Swingin'." Marty Stuart is an iconic American country music singer-songwriter, known for both his traditional style, and eclectic merging of rockabilly, honky tonk, bluegrass and traditional country. Stuart started his career working with the legendary Lester Flatt and then joined Johnny Cash's band. He is now the host of The Marty Stuart Show on RFD-TV. Sponsored by: •Northern Clearing, Inc.• SAT FREE Family Series SAT Opening set: Annie Humphrey Box* Tickets: $26/$38/$52 $67 Event • No Tickets Needed Aug 27 FREE Stick around after the performance and 1:00pm join in a dance social on the grounds. Aug 27 7:30pm Red Cliff's school of dance, Native Expressions Drum & Dance, performs with a mission of positive self-esteem for all people and brings the message of unity and the knowledge that we are all one tribe. The Oneida Youth Singers perform "Music from our Culture" including historical music, Oneida hymns and contemporary music using Oneida language. Singer/ songwriter Wade Fernandez, Menominee, honors tradition while forging ahead in an ever expanding world of music. Buffy Sainte-Marie's bold new album, Power in the Blood, won two Juno Awards (Canadian Grammys), one for Aboriginal Album of the Year and another for Contemporary Roots Album. Its message about the road to self-identity and the conviction to be oneself, still resonates with the Cree singer-songwriter, activist, educator, visual artist, and winner of countless awards. Perhaps you know Sainte-Marie from her 1960s protest anthems, her open-hearted love songs, her incendiary powwow rock music, or the juggernaut pop hit "Up Where We Belong," which she co-wrote for An Officer and a Gentleman. Sainte-Marie is a fearless songwriter who is committed to the indigenous people of the Americas and to telling the people's history. Sponsored by: •Bad River Lodge & Casino• •Great Lakes Indian Fish & Wildlife Commission• Sponsored by: •Essentia Health-Ashland Clinic•Super One Foods•Apostle Islands Booksellers• •Apostle Islands Cruises•Bad River Lodge & Casino•BMO Harris Bank• •Chippewa Valley Bank•Ruth & Bruce Goetz•The Inn on Madeline Island• •Jeff & Debra Lewis•Madeline Island Ferry Line•Memorial Medical Center• •Norvado•Karen Traut•Von Holzen Chevrolet Buick GMC•Washburn IGA• •Chequamegon Bay Arts Council and WI Arts Board with funds from the State of Wisconsin• 28 WWW.BIGTOP.ORG (715)373-5552 Join Buffy for a free talk at 3:00pm as part of our Native American Community Connections ∆Dance Alert We never know when joyous dancing or standing may break out. We try to make it fun for everyone. If you are not a dancer and don’t want to be caught behind one, try choosing seats in the mid-center or back sections.