Music & Entertainment
Growing up in Jackson, Tennessee, Brandon Lay lived out the songs of John Mellencamp, Alan Jackson and Bruce Springsteen. He played sports during the day, fixed up cars after school and eventually wrote down his experiences in song, telling not only his story, but the story of other kids raised in small town America.
Now signed to EMI Records Nashville, he's able to share those songs on a grand scale, beginning with his autobiographical debut single "Speakers, Bleachers and Preachers." Inspired directly by Brandon's life, the song spells out right in its title the three chief influences that shaped him. There was always country music on the radio, he played basketball, football and baseball, ...
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One-of-a-kind equestrian stunts and daring horseback acrobatics. Only at The Fair Sept. 11-22.
Roberto The Magnificent
Comedy juggling filled with comedic chatter, breathtaking visual stunts and lots of audience participation.
Tina Marie Master Hypnotist
You'll be roaring for more with this comical hypnotist!
Sunday, Sept. 22 at 6:30pm on the Outpost 47 Stage.
Sunday, Sept. 22 at 2:30pm & 4pm on the Outpost 47 Stage.
Friday, Sept. 20 at 6:30pm on the Outpost 47 Stage.
Everything on stage has been rescued from a landfill - from tool box guitars to a milk urn bass. Up-cycling at its finest!
Let's Pretend - Cutest Show on Earth
High-energy, dress-up show designed to get families playing together.
The Paper Dolls
Sept. 18-22 on the Fountain Plaza Stage.