Five more Chevy Court concerts announced for 2013 State Fair
Thu, 11 Jul 2013 08:04:58 GMT —
Governor Andrew M. Cuomo has announced five more free concerts for the Great New York State Fairâ??s Chevy Court stage this summer.
â??Today, weâ??re giving people even more reasons to visit their State Fair,â?? said Governor Cuomo. â??The affordable entertainment, amazing array of food, and exciting, family-friendly fun make the Fair a must for everyone.â??
Cuomo announced that the following acts will be performing on the Chevy Court Stage:
-- Pop-punk group Plain White Tâ??s, which hit #1 on the charts with â??Hey There, Delilah,â?? and are touring with brand new songs. The band performs on Thursday, August 29 at 8 p.m.
-- Rap pioneers Salt-n-Pepa, on Thursday, August 22 at 2 p.m.
-- Country artist Jana Kramer, seen on â??One Tree Hillâ??, on Friday, August 23 at 2 p.m.
-- Recording artist Zendaya, star of the Disney Channel sitcom â??Shake It Up,â?? and this yearâ??s â??Dancing With The Starsâ?? finalist, on Saturday, August 24 at 2 p.m.
-- Country music group Parmalee, on Monday, September 2 at 2 p.m.
The five acts are part of the final lineup of up to 24 acts that will perform during the twice-daily free shows at Chevy Court. 19 have been announced to date.
Also performing at the Chevy Court are: George Clinton and Parliament Funkadelic; Styx; Vince Gill; OAR; Dickey Betts; the Happy Together Tour; Cab Calloway Orchestra; Austin Mahone; Chubby Checker; Lee Greenwood; Owl City; Los Lonely Boys; and Kix Brooks.
More performers for Chevy Court will be announced at a later date. Chevy Court concerts are free with your Fair admission ticket to the Great New York State Fair.
The State Fair previously announced six performances for
its Grandstand concert series
, which include Luke Bryan, Jeff Dunham, Toby Keith, Reba, Carly Rae Jepsen and Lynyrd Skynyrd.
Rapper and rocker Jake Miller is set to headline the
Midway Music Series
The New York State Fair runs from August 22 â?? September 2, 2013. The Fairâ??s theme is â??Sharing the Bounty and Pride of New York.â??