The Arkansas State Fair is returning for its 82nd year, and has recently announced its live music schedule.

 

The 2022 Lotto Main Stage Lineup: 

  • Oct. 14
    • Drive-By Truckers
      • Also known as DBT, the band is a well known southern inspired band out of Georgia.The group is well-toured and has performed all over the U.S. and Europe.  Click here for more information.
    • Show starts at 8 p.m.

 

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  • Oct. 15
    • ’90s Dance Party
      • There’s no party quite like a ’90s dance party and this dance party features Color Me Badd, Tone Loc and Young MC. Come groove to reminiscent tunes with the music groups.
    • Show starts at 8 p.m.

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  • Oct. 16
    • The Wallflowers
      • Come hear one of the ultimate American-rock group at the State Fair. Known for being a roots rock group, The Wallflowers are famous for their early-2000s musical techniques.
    • Show starts at 7 p.m.

 

 

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  • Oct. 17
    • Jettway Performance with Zac Dunlap Band
      • Support local independent artist Zac Dunlap at the state fair. The Arkansas Entertainer of the Year and CEO of Jettway Performance is a four-time Arkansas Country Music Award-winner and a performing artist like no other.
    • Show starts at 6 p.m.

 

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  • Oct. 22
    • Megan Moroney
      • If you like women’s country music, you’ll love this performance. Moroney is a Nashville, TN performing artist who writes her own music. Known for hits such as “Hair Salon” and “Keep the Flowers,” Moroney has been making a name for herself within the world of country music.
    • Show starts at 7 p.m.

 

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    • Blanco Brown
      • For the final show of this year’s lineup, American rapper, singer, songwriter and producer, Blanco Brown, will be closing. “Nobody’s More Country,” than the artist who is known for singles like “CountryTime” and “The Git Up.”
    • Show starts at 8 p.m.

 

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All shows are free with a gate admission ticket, which allows for standing room only. Guests can also purchase tickets for shows only in advance for $8 or the day-of for $12. To purchase tickets in advance, click here. There will be concert limited seating areas and tickets for seats are $20 with convenience and handling fees in addition. There is a four ticket limit per order.

 

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