The Great New York State Fair is making up for missing a year with an impressive lineup for 2021.

There are so many shows coming to this year's far across all genres, maybe like me, you are starting to lost count! But with the addition of two more great shows, the grand total stands at twenty-five.

One of our Country favorites LOCASH will now kick off the Chevy Stage lineup on Friday, August 20th at 7 pm and Uncle Kracker will take the stage Friday, September 3rd at 2 pm. I would also guess these may not be the last additions to the lineup. The fair itself runs from Friday, August 20th through Labor Day Monday, September 6th. So do not be surprised if a few more shows get added to the lineup those last few days of the fair.

Even it that doesn't happen the lineup is already super impressive. Other Country acts will include Brothers Osborne (Sunday, August 22nd), Russell Dickerson (Wednesday, August 25th), and legendary vocal group the Oak Ridge Boys (Tuesday, August 31st). Plus when you throw in pop and rock acts like Train, REO Speedwagon, 98 Degrees, and so many more there is pretty much something for everyone.

And the best part of all of these shows? They are free with your $3 admission to the fair. That leaves plenty of money for fried dough, fair fries, and well, just eating as much as you can handle! You can purchase your tickets online to the fair and get all the info you need here. 

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