LEBANON – The Wilson County Fair – Tennessee State Fair has announced Highway 96 as this year’s headlining concert. They will perform on the Entertainment Stage Sunday evening, Aug. 21 at 7 p.m. and Monday, Aug. 22 at 6:30 p.m., with the Cedar Creek Boys opening.
With ten stages of entertainment during the 10 days of the Fair, every night will be packed with so much to see. For example, Young Country Night with “The Voice” alumni, Kenzie Rose and Ethan Lively, will be at the Opry Stage Aug. 20 and Grammy award winner Charlie McCoy will be preforming Aug. 25. Be sure to stop and listen to the jazz, Bluegrass and country music on various stages. Watch the clogging and square-dancing competitions and pageants from the Doll Parade to Ms. Senior, along with our Fairest of the Fair. In addition, hypnotists, ventriloquist, Doodles the Clown and Torres Circus shows are always crowd favorites. Check the website for more details and schedules for each stage.
We are thrilled for you to see the new additions to our fairgrounds this year. New buildings include the State Exhibits building, the Event Pavilion and the 4-H and FFA building. The State Exhibits building for perishable entries located inside the green gate in Fiddlers Grove, will showcase flowers; plants; fruits and vegetables; hay and field crops; and wool fleece. Competitions for all Tennesseans. The 4-H and FFA building beside the Ag Venture Barn will showcase 4-H and FFA exhibits from across the state. The new Event Pavilion between the green and blue gates will be used for events like the Senior Citizen event and company picnics. The Made in Tennessee building is still under construction and expected to be open for the 2023 Fair.
The Wilson County Fair – Tennessee State Fair presented by your Mid-South Ford dealers runs Thursday, Aug. 18 through Saturday, Aug. 27, 2022. Gates open weekdays at 5 p.m., Saturdays at 10 a.m. and Sunday at noon.
For a detailed schedule of concerts/entertainment and all fair events and activities, visit wilsoncountyfair.net