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The South Dakota Cattlemen’s Foundation presents Little Big Town, a concert to benefit Feeding South Dakota

Sioux Falls, SD

Saturday, June 27
Show | 8pm // Doors | 6:30pm

The South Dakota Cattlemen’s Foundation presents Little Big Town, a concert to benefit Feeding South Dakota on Saturday, June 27th at 8:00pm at Denny Sanford PREMIER Center. Tickets start at $39.50 and go on-sale Friday, January 24th at 10:00am. Pre-sale is Thursday, January 23rd from 10am – 10pm.   

 

About the South Dakota Cattlemen’s Foundation

The South Dakota Cattlemen’s Foundation (SDCF) joined forces with Feeding South Dakota in May 2013 to create their signature event, the Prime Time Gala & Concert. The goal of this event is to not only raise critical funds for Feeding South Dakota’s mission by providing more beef to food insecure families throughout the state, but also to support the long-term viability of the beef industry by promoting the nutritional benefits of beef consumption and value of modern production.

Since hosting the first Prime Time Gala & Concert in June 2014, the organization has raised over $1,229,360 for Feeding South Dakota. The Prime Time Gala & Concert also helps to further the mission of the South Dakota Cattlemen’s Foundation by supporting the South Dakota Cattlemen’s Foundation Scholarship Program. For more information about the South Dakota Cattlemen’s Foundation, visit www.sdcattlemensfoundation.com.

About the Prime Time Gala & Concert

Each year, over 1,600 guests attend the annual Prime Time Gala at the Sioux Falls Convention Center with a country music concert to follow at the Denny Sanford PREMIER Center. Funds raised at the gala through event sponsorships and table sales, silent and live auction, truck raffle and concert ticket sales benefit Feeding South Dakota. The concert is also open to the public. For more information about the Prime Time Gala & Concert, visit www.sdprimetimegala.com.

About Feeding South Dakota

Feeding South Dakota is a hunger relief organization that is fighting daily to eliminate hunger throughout the state. Of the 12.8 million pounds of food that Feeding South Dakota distributes on an annual basis, only about 10% of that is protein. High quality protein, like beef, plays an important role in overall health, including weight control, by increasing satiety and helping to build and maintain muscle mass.