Tuesday: Margo Hammock, a.m.; Ibby Stratton, a.m.; Ibby Stratton, p.m.
Wednesday: Barbara and Stewart Smith, a.m.; Sue Foster a.m.
Thursday: Carol Haycock, a.m.; Dorothy Hunter, p.m.
Friday: Paul Dixon, a.m.; Polly Benson and Evelyn Judy p.m.
Saturday: Pat Miller and Gladys Ritenour, a.m.; Margo Hammock, p.m.
The Shenandoah County Fair has announced the grandstand schedule for the 95th Annual Fair, which will b Aug. 24-Sept. 1
Aug. 24 -- Free Grandstand Show to be announced.
Aug. 25 -- Modified Truck and Tractor Pull
Aug. 26 -- Nashville Recording artist Justin Moore fresh off last year's Brad Paisley Tour. Justin brings to the Fair a fresh country voice with past hits including "If Heaven Wasn't So Far Away," the No. 1 "Small Town USA," and the current chart climbing single "Bait a Hook."
Aug. 27-28 -- The Nationwide Demolition Derby
Aug. 29 -- Country Music Artist David Nail brings to the stage his Top 10 hit "Red Light" and recently released album "The Sound of A Million Dreams. He'll also sing his newest rising single "Let It Rain"
Aug. 30 -- The legendary George Jones returns to the Shenandoah County Fair bringing as many of his 143 Top 40 Hits as he can carry. "He Stopped Loving Her Today," "The Race Is On" and the infamous "White Lightnin'" The "Possom" was a recent receiver of the Country Music Lifetime Achievement Award and when he takes the stage this August all in attendance will see and hear a great "Country Music Legend."
Aug. 31 -- Country Music Hit Maker Travis Tritt brings over a dozen albums of music that includes "Great Day to Be Alive," "Here's a Quarter," "T-R-O-U-B-L-E," "Foolish Pride" and more. Since 1990 with the release of the top selling album "Country Club" Travis has continued to roll out Top 10 Hits.
Sept. 1 -- To be announced soon.
Tickets go on sale today at the Shenandoah County Fair box office at the Shenandoah County Fairgrounds in Woodstock. At noon tickets will be available on the Web at: www.shencofair.com. For more information call 459-7300 or email.shencofair.com