Walker Hays to headline Wyoming State Fair with rodeo, demolition derby and more in Douglas
CASPER, Wyoming. – The upcoming 109th Wyoming State Fair will feature a number of concerts in addition to rodeo events, motorcycle stunts, magic shows, sword swallowing and more from August 17-21 in Douglas.
Country pop singer Walker Hayes will headline this year’s lineup and will perform at 7 p.m. on Friday, August 20 in the Ford Grandstand Arena.
“Other musical performances throughout the week include Pierce Avenue, Chad Bushnell, The Rock Bottom Boys and Caitlyn Ochsner,” a press release read Wednesday. “Non-musical entertainment will include walking acts, motorcycle stunts, magic shows, sword swallowing, shopping, a cornhole tournament and more.”
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This includes rodeo events, such as the State Championship rodeo August 17, the PRCA rodeo and rodeo August 18-19, and the PRCA Slack August 19 and WPRA Breakaway Slack.
There will also be a Demolition Derby on August 21st.
As always, the cattle shows and exhibits will play a pivotal role in the week’s activities, ”adds the Wyoming State Fair. “These competitions promote the importance of agriculture in our state and recognize the hard work and perseverance of our young people and other exhibitors who raise, care for and display animals, products, artwork and art. other items to be judged at this annual event.
“In addition to all of this, we will also be joined by our large selection of high quality suppliers! The Wyoming State Fair is home to dozens of vendors who all have unique and interesting fairground products for attendees to browse and purchase. The Wyoming Shopping Plaza is a recent addition and serves as a showcase for the best of locally made products.
Wyoming State Fair tickets are on sale Thursday July 1. This includes entrance tickets, entertainment in the Granstand Arena and carnival wristbands: “All live music and entertainment is free with entry ($ 8 / adults and $ 3 / children 12 and under. ) and grandstand events cost $ 20. “
“We are delighted to once again welcome visitors to the 109th Wyoming State Fair,” said Courtny Conkle, Wyoming State Fair Director. “Last year was different to say the least, and while we have always hosted our annual event, we are thrilled with the enthusiasm of our residents and visitors this summer to get out and enjoy the activities. “