South Dakota is pretty lucky to have so many fantastic concerts each year. Now there's another must-see South Dakota show you don't want to miss.

The Turner County Charity Youth Pheasant Hunt is excited to welcome country singer Josh Gracin to the 20th Annual concert event!

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The Turner County Charity Youth Pheasant Hunt team always hosts great concerts and this one is no different. The concert will return at the Parker High School Auditorium on Saturday, October 19th at 7 PM.

Josh Gracin has been gracing the country music world with songs like "I Want To Live," "We Weren't Crazy," "Brass Bed," and his chart-topping song "Nothin' To Lose." Even before he was performing on stages across the country, Josh performed in front of millions of viewers on a hit singing competition show...American Idol!

I never knew that Josh Gracin was a contestant on American Idol! America loved him too. Josh was a fourth-place finalist during the second season of American Idol. The winner of season two? Ruben Studdard and the runner-up was Clay Aiken.

Before his singing career began, Josh served as a Marine with the United States Marine Corps. He finished his service not too long after his time on American Idol.

Once again proceeds from the show will help benefit the Wings of Valor Lodge.

Wings of Valor operates on the mission of supporting those who have served by providing a gathering place to motivate and empower veterans in the outdoors. This 501(c)3 non-profit is a fully-accessible commercial hunting lodge available to all to book a great South Dakota pheasant hunt.

Tickets to see Josh Gracin at the Parker High School Auditorium on Saturday, October 19th at 7 PM will be available soon! More information on the Turner County Charity Youth Pheasant Hunt can be found here.

We can't wait to welcome Josh to South Dakota!

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