B3 Concert Only
Facebook Twitter Youtube Instagram Snapchat

Sign up for email updates from The Delaware State Fair


Date: Sept 29, 2018
Location: Exhibit Hall

Concert Only: Just want to hear good music? Grab your ticket to hear Rare Earth and ARS below! After arriving, should you have second thoughts about wanting to sample some of the bourbons, tastings can be purchased the night of the show however while supplies last.

Enjoy classic rock performed live by the original artists: Rare Earth (Get Ready, I’m Losing You, Born To Wander and I just Want To Celebrate) and Atlanta Rhythm Section (So into You, Spooky, Imaginary Lover and I’m Not Going To Let It Bother Me Tonight) while sampling any of the 10+ bourbons that will be on display and available for you to try and enjoy.

Doors for concert only ticket holders will open at 5:30PM. Concert will begin at approximately 6:00pm.

B3 Event Schedule:
5:30pm - Doors Open
6:00pm - Concert Starts (ARS, Rare Earth)
7:00pm - Bourbon Tasting Ends
8:00pm - Beer & Crush Bar Closes
1 of 1

Rare Earth

Rare Earth

The band decided that “Get Ready” would be Rare Earth’s first recording, to be 21 minutes long and to be one whole side of the first album. Motown was leery about doing this but the band insisted because radio was starting to play album cuts which were longer than the normal 3 minute single. “Get Ready” first broke in Washington D.C. in the black market, spread across the country and eventually into the white market. It was a huge hit selling millions of records and remaining on the charts for almost 3 years. Some of Rare Earth’s other hits from 1969 to 1974 were songs such as “Big Brother”,”Born to wander”, “Tobacco road”, “Losin You”, and “I Just Want To Celebrate”.
Atlantic Rhythm Section

Atlantic Rhythm Section

After an extended break, the band got back together in the mid-‘90s and re-recorded some of their best and best-known songs. The live-in-the-studio sound of Atlanta Rhythm Section ‘96 presents a different, less polished take on some classic tunes and captures the sound of their live performances from that period. Three original band members returned: singer Ronnie Hammond, guitarist Barry Bailey and keyboardist Dean Daughtry. They were joined by Steve Stone on guitar, Justin Senker on bass and Sean Burke on drums. The group also cut a second version of these songs with the same lineup except for new drummer R. J. Vealey.
Back to
< Back