In 2001, Evans was the most-nominated artist at the Country Music Association awards with seven nominations overall, and she won her first CMA award when “Born to Fly” won the award for Video of the Year, her first major industry award. Her Top 10 country hits include “Born to Fly,” “Suds in the Bucket,” “Three Chords and the Truth,” “No Place That Far,” and “A Little Bit Stronger.”

Sara Evans has accumulated a long list of nominations from a variety of industry associations and awards organizations, her wins include a Best Country New Artist Video of the Year from the Billboard Music Video Awards, a Dove Award for “Special Album Event of the Year” and a Top Female Vocalist Award from the Academy of Country Music. Sara’s phenomenal talent as a vocalist, winning personality, and hard-to-ignore stunning good looks captured the attention of the television industry; she’s played herself on the popular dramatic series, “Nashville,” and was the first country singer to compete on ABC’s long-running hit, “Dancing with the Stars.”

Tickets

  • Gold: $69
  • Silver: $59
  • Bronze: $49

Single tickets go on sale online Monday, Oct. 15. Walk-up and Phone sales begin when the SFSC Box Office opens on Monday, Oct. 22.

Programs, artists, dates, and times are subject to change and/or cancellation.