Fair goers this summer are going to see some of the best Country music entertainers around.
Boone and Antelope County fair boards have announced the headline acts for grandstand shows.
The Boone County Fair announced today their headline act. The concert will be held on Tuesday night, July 12. To perform will be Tyler Farr with special guest Muscadine Bloodline. Tickets will go on sale March 17.
Authentic and unapologetic, Tyler Farr records songs he would listen to in his truck – windows down, sound up. It just so happens country music fans want to hear the same songs.
Without pandering or compromise, Farr’s powerhouse vocals, real-guy relatability, and willingness to mine emotional themes and personal imperfection resonates with people searching to find themselves in the music that underscores their daily routines and future dreams. Farr’s latest single, “Cover Girl,” was recently released to all digital streaming platforms and tackles the harrowing issues of domestic violence and the lasting impact on the lives it touches.
Proudly independent and unapologetically Southern, country duo Muscadine Bloodline features Charlie Muncaster and Gary Stanton who both grew up in Alabama.
Their Southern roots carry over to their band name as well: Muscadine grapes grow in the South while Bloodline represents their heritage.
Antelope County Fair
Having scored 10 #1 songs in a career that has spanned decades, Phil Vassar is coming to Antelope County this summer
The Antelope County Fair recently announced that Vassar will headline the grandstand show on Friday night, Aug. 5.
Vassar is celebrating 20 years of chart-topping hits and is taking them on the road with his “Hitsteria Tour”. His reign of signature songs include 10 No. 1 singles and 26 Top 40 hits, including Carlene, Just Another Day in Paradise, Six-Pack Summer, When I Love You, and many more.
According to his website, Vassar was racking up hits on the radio long before he even began his own recording career. He continues to churn out incisive, soulful lyrics and infectious melodies.
Tickets for the show will go on sale in the coming months.