Gretchen Wilson, Clay Walker perform at Tulalip

Country music stars Gretchen Wilson and Clay Walker will perform Sunday at the Tulalip Ampitheatre.

Wilson made her debut in 2004 with the Grammy-winning hit “Redneck Woman” and later charted popular singles such as “Here for the Party” and “All Jacked Up.”

Walker first topped the charts in the early ’90s with songs like “What’s It To You” and “Live Until I Die.” He has since placed more than 30 singles on country music charts.

The show starts at 7 p.m., doors open at 5 p.m. Show-goers must be age 21 or older to attend.

Tickets start at $25, available at www.ticketmaster.com.

Next up are Peter Frampton and Kenny Wayne Shepherd on July 28, Sammy Hagar on Aug. 15, Melissa Etheridge on Aug. 18, Foreigner on Aug. 25 and the Doobie Brothers and America on Sept. 7.

Tickets start at $25 to $35 for these shows.

The ampitheatre is at 10400 Quil Ceda Blvd. Tulalip.

For more information, visit www.tulalipamphitheatre.com.

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