SCOTTS BLUFF COUNTY – The Cattlemen’s Ball of Nebraska, a charity whose mission is to raise money for cancer research through an annual fundraiser, announces the concert headliner who will appear at the 2024 ball that will take place in rural Scotts Bluff County on June 7 and 8.

With 16 #1 hits, 24 top 10 songs, and a 10 time male vocalist of the year nominee, Country Superstar Collin Raye will headline the 2024 Cattlemen's Ball of Nebraska on Sat. June 8, 2024 on the Scott and Kristin Schiff Farm in Scotts Bluff County near Minatare.

Collin Raye's beautiful soulful tenor voice set country standards with #1 top charting ballads "Love Me," "In This Life," "Not That Different," "If I were You, "One Boy, One Girl," "That was a River," and "Little Rock." Always an energizing showman, Collin Raye entertains with his uptempo songs "On The Verge," "Every Second," "What the Heart Wants," "Anyone Else," and "I Think About You." He blazes through his #1 rockers "My Kind of Girl," "That's My Story," "I Can Still Feel You," "Little Red Rodeo," and "I Want You."

Collin Raye has consistently used his stardom to advance social causes with organizations such as: Boys Town, First Steps, Al-Anon, Special Olympics, Easter Seals, Catholic Relief Services, Parade of Pennies, Vanderbilt Children's Hospital, Domestic Violence, the Emily Harrison Foundation, Childhelp USA, and many more. In 2001, at the Country Radio Seminar, Clint Black presented Collin Raye with the "Humanitarian of the Year," award in recognition of Collin's issue-oriented music, and his tireless charity work.

 “The Cattlemen’s Ball of Nebraska is thrilled to have Collin Raye as the headliner for their 2024 event and is looking forward to another successful year of raising funds for cancer research,” said event host Scott Schiff.

The event will include a variety of activities such as a silent and live auction, a golf tournament, and a trail run.

The funds raised from the event will be donated to cancer research at the Fred & Pamela Buffett Cancer Center in Omaha. The Cattlemen’s Ball of Nebraska hopes to continue making a positive impact in the fight against cancer and is excited for another successful year.

While the Cattlemen's Ball is open to all, there is a certain level of exclusivity that comes with it. The two-day event only offers 1,500 tickets while Saturday-only passes are capped at 3,000. With the event being in high demand, you will want to secure your tickets soon if you want to attend.

Tickets can be purchased online at There are two types of tickets available: ? Trail Boss: The ultimate VIP experience. Trail Boss ticket holders receive an invitation to a Friday night reception, Saturday champagne brunch, and Saturday luncheon. They have access to all Saturday activities and preferred seating for the Saturday evening meal and concert. ? Top Hand: Top Hand ticket holders receive access to all Saturday activities starting at 12:30 PM, including the Saturday evening meal and concert.

About The Cattlemen’s Ball: The Cattlemen’s Ball of Nebraska is a 501(c)(3) charity whose mission is to raise money for cancer research through an annual fundraiser. The Cattlemen’s Ball event is held in a different location each year, giving Nebraska communities the opportunity to showcase their unique area of the state. Ninety percent of the proceeds go to the Fred & Pamela Buffett Cancer Center in Omaha, Neb., and the the remaining 10 percent is returned to the local community for health and wellness initiatives. The event also promotes beef, one of the state’s largest industries, as part of a healthy diet. The Cattlemen’s Ball has raised over $19.6 million since its inaugural event in 1998.