CALDWELL -- This summer's Canyon County Fair officially announces an all star concert lineup and it features some of today's biggest country stars. The concerts are free with fair admission or you purchase reserved seats for $25 in advance or $30 at the gate.
On Friday, July 25th at 8 p.m. catch David Nail with special guests the Swon Brothers. Nail has made his name in the music industry singing about the low points in his life. Most notably his hits, Let it Rain, a song about cheating and Turning Home, about failed dreams.
The Swon Brothers hit the national stage as finalists on NBC's The Voice. They're known to charm fans with their sibling harmonies and fun-loving personalities. The brothers took their first aim at musical fame when they were just 9 and 11 years old, asking their parents to stop in Nashville so they could audition at a record label while on a family vacation. Currently, the Swon Brothers are working on their major-label debut album, expected later this year.
On Saturday, July 26th at 8 p.m. Josh Turner with special guests American Young will take to the stage at the Canyon County Fair. Turner has received several award nominations since his debut album Long Black Train and has sold more than five million albums.
This year the fair had to reduce its number of concerts from four down to two because the concerts will be held in the rodeo arena. The Simplot Stadium, where concerts were held in previous years has been fitted with turf this year for the College of Idaho's football team.