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Editorial: Fair entertainment

Wednesday, September 14, 2011

Midway through the SEMO District Fair, it's time for the annual entertainment lineup to take the stage. And this year's slate of stars should be a draw for music lovers.

Tonight the 11th annual Heartland Idol finals will start at 7 p.m. at the Arena grandstand. This is a free event that will also include a special presentation of the SEMO Fair Pageant winners. Southeast Missouri has some talented singers, and with no concert admission cost, you can't beat the price.

Thursday night country music giant George Jones will take the stage; Friday night Creedence Clearwater Revisited is set to perform; and country singer David Nail will close out the weekend Saturday night. Concerts begin at 8 p.m. each night.

Tickets for George Jones and Creedence Clearwater Revisited are $35, and Saturday night's David Nail performance tickets are $20. Those who purchase tickets in advance will also receive free gate admission. Tickets may be purchased at the fair office or by calling 334-9250 or 1-800-455-3247.

If you've never been to a SEMO District Fair concert and plan to go this year, you are in store for a treat. With reasonably priced tickets, great views of the stage and the smell of fair food in the air, the outside venue is a unique experience for all concertgoers.


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went to the fair with some friends to see demo derby they drove 100 miles to meet me i live 70 miles away paid 4.00 each walked to track only to find out no seats older gentleman at parking said they were plenty wanted my money back but was told tough luck im 63 years old have not missed but 1 fair at least 3 times a week but will never be treated that rude again to hell with your fair and the rude people there

-- Posted by greenvalleybear2 on Wed, Sep 14, 2011, at 5:50 PM


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