Live Country Music and your local fairs are absolutely perfect together.

Yes,, our local fairs are all about, rides, the food, agricultural exhibits, demo derbies, tractor pulls...did we mention the food? But, when it comes down to it, seeing our favorite local Country bands is also part of that fair tradition here in the Capital Region.

The Washington County Fair will be no different when it kicks off this coming Monday, August 23rd, running through Sunday, August 29th. Two of our biggest and best local Country bands will be taking the stage next weekend in the Washington Country Fair Entertainment tent: Big Sky Country will perform Friday night at 7:30 pm and Skeeter Creek will perform Saturday, also at 7:30.

And if you are up for a little early week visit to the fair, you can join me and GNA there this Tuesday from Noon to 2pm.

You can see the fair's full entertainment schedule here, and the full fair schedule here.

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