Here's some exciting news about a concert at the Sioux Falls Arena featuring three top country artists that you can get tickets for in an easy way locally.

Dairy farm families will again partner with First Bank & Trust, Hy-Vee and Lewis Drug to help provide nutritious dairy foods to South Dakotans in need.

Dairy farmers will invite the public to 'Be Our Guest' at a concert at the annual Central Plains Dairy Expo.  For a $10 donation to Feeding South Dakota, people will receive a pass to the 'Roots and Boots' tour concert featuring country music performers Joe Diffie, Aaron Tippin and Sammy Kershaw on (Tonight) March 25 at 7:30pm.

Donations will be used to purchase dairy foods to stock food banks across the state.

Donations will be accepted at First Bank & Trust locations in Sioux Falls, Brookings, Canton and Garretson, Lewis Drug Store locations in Sioux Falls, Brandon, Brookings, Huron and Madison, and Hy-Vee stores in Sioux Falls.

'We are excited to again host the Be Our Guest concert event,' said Allen Merrill, a dairy farmer from Parker, South Dakota.  'We invite everyone out to the concert to enjoy three top-notch country performers and help Feeding South Dakota to purchase nutritious dairy products for our fellow South Dakotans in need.'

The concert is a unique opportunity to see three country legends in one show. Between them, Joe Diffie, Sammy Kershaw and Aaron Tippin have 42 Top Ten singles, 15 Gold and Platinum albums, and 14 number one songs. The trio recently released their first album together titled 'All in the Same Boat.'