New concerts added to Washington State Fair

Washington State Fair concerts
Washington State Fair
PUYALLUP, Wash. – The Washington State Fair has added five more concerts to its 2021 Columbia Bank Concert Series.

Joining the ticket this summer are Roger Daltrey, Founding member/singer of The Who; Bishop Briggs and Noah Cyrus, pop acts boasting 1.5 billion cumulative streams; Gabriel “Fluffy” Iglesias, one of America’s most successful stand-up comedians; Sublime with Rome, reggae rock crowd pleasers armed with a new album; and Lee Brice, a country music star with eight #1 singles.

The new additions will join previously announced acts including Carrie Underwood, Macklemore, Ice Cube, and Old Dominion in the 2021 lineup:

Tickets will be available for purchase early this summer, according to the fair.

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The Washington State Fair is the largest fair in the Pacific Northwest.

In addition to the concerts, the fair boasts the PRCA Rodeo, rides, exhibits, food, flowers and animals.

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Welcoming more than a million guests, it is “the single largest attended event in the state,” organizers say.

The 20-day event kicks off the Friday of Labor Day weekend, running Sept. 3-26, 2021 (closed Tuesdays and Sept. 8).

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