|Fort McCoy will host the Army Concert Tour at 7 p.m.
Saturday, Aug. 7, starring “Sammy Hagar and the Wabos” and “Creed.”
Sammy Hagar and the Wabos, will perform at the Fort McCoy Army Concert Tour event
Aug. 7. Courtesy photo
A one-day ticket kickoff event Friday, June 18, will offer tickets at
just $30 each. After June 18 ticket prices increase to $40 each and to
$45 each on the day of the show.
Ticket kickoff sales will be from 10 a.m. – 6 p.m. June 18 at MB Audio
(Tomah) and the following Kwik Trip locations: Highway 16 (Onalaska),
Highway 35/Oak Forest Drive (Onalaska), Rose Street (La Crosse), Black
River Street (Sparta), Highway 82 Travel Center (Mauston) and West Grand
Avenue (Wisconsin Rapids).
Visa or Mastercard credit card ticket purchases also can be done online
via the Fort McCoy Morale, Welfare and Recreation (MWR) Website,
http://www.mccoymwr.com or by
calling the Army Concert Hotline 877-864-4969 from 8 a.m. – 8 p.m.
Tickets also are available from 8:30 a.m.-8 p.m. June 18 at McCoy’s,
building 1571, at Fort McCoy.
Fort McCoy Marketing Office representatives said the reaction to the
concert line-up of rock ‘n’ roll superstars has been very positive.
As the only vocalist to have gold records as a member of three different
bands and as a solo artist, Sammy Hagar is a vital force in music and is
in a league of his own.
Creed will be a co-headliner at
the Fort McCoy Army Concert Tour event Aug. 7 at Fort McCoy.
The Montrose albums are a cornerstone of what became heavy metal, his
Van Halen years mark the summit of hard rock’s transition into the
mainstream, and his soundtracks are multi-platinum.
For more information about Sammy Hagar, go to
Creed has had three, multi-platinum albums, with the last two debuting
at No. 1 on the Billboard Top 200 and selling more than 26 million
copies in the U.S. alone. Creed’s hits include “My Own Prison,” “Torn,”
“What’s This Life For,” “One,” “Higher,” “With Arms Wide Open,” “My
Sacrifice” and “One Last Breath.”
The band split after hitting professional and personal roadblocks. Their
later decision to reconcile and tour with their original line-up fueled
their latest album, “Full Circle.”
“This is a brand-new Creed,” said Scott Stapp, lead vocalist.
For more information about Creed, go to
The Army Concert Tour is a Department of the Army program organized
through the Family & MWR Command.
The objectives include providing safe, quality entertainment at a
competitive price for Soldiers, Family members and the surrounding
communities, while generating revenue for the Fort McCoy MWR Fund.
All revenue generated from this event is returned to benefit the quality
of life of Soldiers by investments in new equipment, programs and
Questions can be directed to the Fort McCoy Army Concert Hotline at