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Bandshell from Music in the City Park with GREG Hager



Valley City, North Dakota – The City Park Bandshell’s musical events have had a wonderful year!

On Wednesday, August 16, at 7:15 p.m., Valley City singer-songwriter Greg Hager will wrap out the season of Music in the City Park Bandshell. The event will celebrate the release of Greg’s tenth album, “Ain’t God Good”! Be ready for discounted CD prices and perhaps a few surprises! The First Community Credit Union is offering free popcorn and water so come early and enjoy them.

Greg and Andrea traveled to Japan over the summer to spread his music and message for many weeks. Greg writes every song he performs; his “Easy-going, melodic and clever” style is compared to more traditional country and western music before the effects of mainstream culture.

In Nashville, where he finished recording his 10th album, Greg has also been very active this year. The title of Greg’s most recent Country Gospel album is “Ain’t God Good.” On Wednesday night, he will release the full new record.

Greg received the Academy of Western Artists’ Artist of the Year award in 2021. He carries on the legacy of being a goodwill ambassador through song, giving joy, a dash of nostalgia combined with love for family, and a creative, musical perspective on the world.

He writes and sings about the way of life he knows and lives because of his strong origins in the American West. At a young age, he learned important lessons about being truthful, honorable, and dependable no matter what, which serve as the foundation for his artistic approach. These principles are universal and timeless.

He resides in rural Valley City, close to the family farm, with his wife and three kids. For further info, please go to

Bring your family along and have fun tonight! For the sake of continuing to fund Music in the City Park Bandshell, a freewill contribution is accepted. The event will move to the VCSU Center for the Arts Performance Hall on the VCSU campus if the weather is bad.

Sponsors of Music in the Park include the North Dakota Council on the Arts, the Bridges Arts Council,, i3G Media, KOVC Radio, First Community Credit Union, Grotberg Electric, Moore Engineering, Myron Sommerfeld, CVB, and Eagles Aerie 2192. Empire Home Furnishings, The Legacy Place, South Central Transit Network, Riverside Gardens, The Nearly Nu, SMP Health – Ave Maria, and Lerud Mathias Funeral Home are other advertisers for the advertisements.