Final Wave of Indiana State Fair Concerts Released

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(photo courtesy of the Indiana State Fair) (photo courtesy of the Indiana State Fair)

The Indiana State Fair has unveiled the final wave of headliners to perform on the Free Stage during this summer's event. The announcement brings the total number of concerts to 17 at this year's fair. 

Each show is free with paid admission to the Indiana State Fair, which runs August 2-18. The newly-announced performers include KC and the Sunshine Band, the popular Happy Together Tour, the Indiana Wind Symphony, The Guess Who, and Christian music artists Matthew West and Francesca Battistelli.

The complete lineup of Indiana State Fair Free Stage concerts includes:

  • Ace Frehley - Friday, August 2
  • Entertainment TBD - Saturday, August 3
  • Chase Rice - Sunday, August 4
  • Air Supply - Monday, August 5
  • Indiana Wind Symphony - Tuesday, August 6
  • SWITCHFOOT - Wednesday, August 7
  • KC and the Sunshine Band - Thursday, August 8
  • Pop 2000 Tour Hosted by Lance Bass - Friday, August 9
  • David Nail - Saturday, August 10
  • Matthew West and Francesca Battistelli - Sunday, August 11
  • Happy Together Tour - Monday, August 12
  • Sixteen Candles - Tuesday, August 13
  • Boyz II Men - Wednesday, August 14
  • Melissa Etheridge - Thursday, August 15
  • Everclear - Friday, August 16
  • The Guess Who - Saturday, August 17
  • Gospel Music Festival - Sunday, August 18

You can find more information on the artists by clicking here.

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