The Vanderburgh County Fair has announced exactly who will be playing at the fair in 2022.

The Vanderburgh County fair has brought in some of the biggest names in country music to perform at the fair. Luke Bryan, Blake Shelton, Dierks Bently, Morgan Wallen, and Granger Smith are all artists that have graced the stage at the fair in years past. Who will be performing at the 101st Vanderburgh County Fair? Two men who are no strangers to the Evansville area will be making their way back to town for the concert in 2022.

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2022 Vanderburgh County Fair Concert

Mark your calendars for July 27th, 2022. The Vanderburgh County Fair will be bringing in Michael Ray and Sean Stemaly for the 2022 concert.

Sean Stemaly of course is a Tri-State native who is making some major strides in Nashville. You've seen him live at places like Marina Pointe and Bud's. Back in June of 2021, Sean helped reopen the Ford Center after the pandemic when he opened up for Justin Moore. That concert was Sean’s first big stadium performance. Now he will be returning home to perform on another stage that I am sure that he always dreamed of playing.

Michael Ray has been releasing hit after hit since his debut single, "Kiss You In The Morning". Since then, he has released such songs as "Real Men Love Jesus, "Think A Little Less," "One That Got Away," "Get To You," and most recently "Whiskey and Rain." Much like Sean, Michael has performed a few times at Marina Pointe and always puts on one hell of a show.

This is a show that you will not want to miss!

The 101st Vanderburgh County Fair runs from July 25, 2022 through July 30, 2022. As always, you can expect a week full of entertainment, delicious food, games, and rides. It's fun for the entire family. Make sure you follow the Vanderburgh County Fair on social media for all of the latest updates on what you can expect at the 2022 fair!

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