LOUISVILLE, Ky. — The 118th Kentucky State Fair announced six acts performing at the Texas Roadhouse Concert Series, a new outdoor family entertainment space, a popular moving exhibit and early bird ticket prices.
Early Bird tickets and Midway tickets on sale today
Visitors can save over 50% by purchasing admission tickets in advance. Early-bird tickets are available through August 5 and cost $8 per person, including parking. Admission at the gate is $10 per person and $10 for parking per standard vehicle. Save $5 by purchasing Midway Unlimited Ride wristbands online before the show starts. Kentucky State Fair admission and ride wristbands are available online through Ticketmaster and at participating Kroger stores. To visit kystatefair.org/tickets for more details.
Texas Roadhouse Concert Series Numbers Announced
Six of the 26 artists performing at the Texas Roadhouse Concert Series have been announced, bringing star-studded country music to the Kentucky State Fair. Concerts are included in fair admission and take place in Lot L adjacent to the Kentucky Kingdom and Broadbent Arena. More acts will be announced throughout the summer!
August 21 at 8 p.m. – Oak Ridge Boys with special guest Lorrie MorganAugust 26 at 8 p.m. – Trace Adkins with special guest Brassfield August 27 at 8 p.m. – Niko Moon with special guest Alex Miller
The BIG Tent – A New Outdoor Family Entertainment Space
A new entertainment tent located in Lot A adjacent to the South Wing will bring unique food, drink and entertainment to the fair. Within The BIG Tent, The Dennis Lee Band, hip hop and R&B sensation Kazual and various community bands will take the stage that is sure to entertain the whole family.
Mobile exhibition 9/11 NEVER FORGET
The Kentucky State Fair announced a new exhibit visiting the fair in August. The 9/11 NEVER FORGET Mobile Exhibit is an interactive and educational exhibit honoring the heroes and victims of 9/11. Artifacts such as steel girders from the World Trade Center, documentary videos and recordings of first responder transmissions will be on display during the 11 days of the show. Interactive guided tours are conducted by FDNY firefighters who provide first-hand accounts of the day and its aftermath.
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