BBBS SelectFest Featuring RaeLynn on August 11

Number 1 Country Album Artist Highlights Friday Night Show at Centene Stadium

By Great Falls Voyagers | April 11, 2017 4:49 PM ET

GREAT FALLS - Big Brothers Big Sisters of Great Falls (BBBS) and the Great Falls Voyagers are excited to announce a new partnership for the annual BBBS fundraiser SelectFest. The 2017 SelectFest will take place on Friday, August 11 at Centene Stadium and will feature country sensation RaeLynn, whose most recent album "Wildhorse" debuted at #1 on the billboard country charts.

Tickets are $25 for general admission and on field tables will be available starting at $500 for 8 tickets, and will be sold on a first-come, first-serve basis. Tickets are on sale now by clicking here, at Centene Stadium and by phone at 406-452-5311.

Money raised during SelectFest will go directly to fund Big Brothers Big Sisters of Great Falls' mentoring program. BBBS helps children reach their full potential through professionally supported one-to-one mentoring relationships with caring role models. These relationships are building better schools, brighter futures and stronger communities. The program serves an average of 215 youth each year with a waiting list of 35 children.  

RaeLynn is a burgeoning young country star who just released her second album "Wildhorse". She first came to fame in 2012 during the second season of the "The Voice". RaeLynn became a protégé of Blake Shelton following "The Voice". RaeLynn co-wrote and performed the song "Lie" with Miranda Lambert which became her first song to chart. She followed that by appearing on Blake Shelton's 2013 single "Boys 'Round Here" which peaked at #16 on the country charts. In 2014 RaeLynn's debut single "God Made Girls" was an instant hit and charted at #7. Her new album "Wildhorse" was released on March 24, 2017 and debuted as the #1 album on the Billboard country charts and the #20 album in all of music. 

RaeLynn is from Baytown, Texas and has been working towards being a professional musician since she was 15. While just 22 years old, she already has founded her own charity "The RaeLynn Diabetes Fund" as she was diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes at the age of 12. RaeLynn comes to Great Falls with deep military ties as both her brother is in the US Army Special Forces and her husband recently joined the armed services as well.

Additional information on the event will be available on the "SelectFest" Facebook page or online at or .

This story was not subject to the approval of the National Association of Professional Baseball Leagues or its clubs.

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