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News : Tracy Lawrence And Sawyer Brown To Headline Putnam County Fair
Posted by Randy on 2014/8/18 9:41:10 (265 reads) News by the same author

Country music artists Tracy Lawrence and Sawyer Brown are among the entertainers at the Putnam County Fair at Unionville early next month.
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Tracy Lawrence performs the night of Thursday, September 4th. The Sawyer Brown concert is the night of Saturday, September 6th. Both shows start at 7:30.

Among other features of the Putnam County Fair are a Bull Buckout the night of Tuesday, September 2nd at 7 o'clock.

A Demolition Derby is the night of Wednesday, September 3rd at 7:30. Also that night, the American Fool rock and roll band performs at 6 o'clock.

A tractor pull is the night of Friday, September 5th at 6 o'clock. It's called the Lucas Oil Pro Pulling League Tractor Pull. Also that night, the True Men acapella group performs at 7 o'clock.

Livestock shows, and other entertainment and activities also take place during the
Putnam County Fair September 2nd through 6th.

Season tickets for the Putnam County Fair are $30 if purchased by August 25th. After August 25th, the season tickets are $35.

Daily admission on Tuesday and Wednesday September 2nd and 3rd is $15. Thursday, Friday, and Saturday daily admission is $20. Youths ages 12 and younger get in free.

Season and daily admission tickets can be purchased online at http://www.putnamcountyfairunionvillemo.com/ Season tickets also are available at locations at Unionville, Milan, and Centerville, Iowa. Locations at Unionville are the extension office and the license bureau, banks, and grocery stores. They're also available at the Lake Thunderhead office.

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