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Thursday's Entertainment

Date: Thursday, August 22nd, 2019
Location: Grandstand

Show Time: Brent & Kyle will be opening for The Kentucky Headhunters at 7:30 PM on Thursday, August 22nd, 2019.
Grandstand gates will open at 6:00 PM.
Grandstand Ticket Prices:
Adults (ages 13+): FREE with gate admission
Children (ages 12 and under): FREE with gate admission

Seating will be first come, first serve.
Track-side: Do you like to dance the night away? Track-side is free to do just that! Track-side is a specified section in front of the grandstand area, that will be standing room only. (See the map at the bottom of this page).
VIP Ticket Prices:
Adults (ages 13+): $10.00 per person
Children (ages 12 and under): $10.00 per person
VIP is a specified section in front of the stage. A limited amount of reserve-able chairs will be provided. (See the map at the bottom of this page).

Tickets can be purchased online by clicking the "Ticket" button above, or in the Fair office during business hours. Tickets can also be purchased at the Grandstand Ticket booth before the show.
Tickets are limited, and can sell out quickly.
Refunds and exchanges will not be accepted. Lost, stolen, or damaged tickets cannot be re-printed or refunded. All sales are final.

Brent Meece, born and raised in Nashville, Tennessee is a self taught singer/songwriter/guitar player. He can surely keep a crowd engaged and entertained. At the ripe age of 19 he asked his father to borrow a guitar, wanted to give it a try. Hasn't put it down since and just keeps getting more and more seasoned, keeping listeners in awe and wanting more.

Kyle Leonhardt is from Stratford, Wisconsin. At the young age of 8, he started playing guitar in church. In 2008, with a dream to be a part of the magic in the Nashville music industry, he made his move. With persistence to follow his dream, he slept on a friends couch until he found a job. As a guitar player and singer, he got his feet grounded in the industry, he and Brent met and have since been an undeniable duo, written several catchy amazing hits together, and continue to perform and rock it out together. Brent and Kyle have had the opportunity to share the stage with some amazing artists and heroes such as Joe Diffie, Daryle Singletary, Darryl Worley, Tracy Byrd, Confederate Railroad and Trent Tomlinson.

You can catch Brent and Kyle performing around Nashville and out of town at several different venues..Keep up with what they are up to by following their Facebook page listed below.

The HeadHunters started rehearsing in March of 1986 in Greg's basement, then moved to the Practice House when the weather warmed up.

"We were determined to create a whole new sound just like Itchy Brother had in the 70s. I knew there was a true passion from the first rehearsal and the fact that the other three were relatives, and had spent their whole lives playing together, made it like a fast-drying glue. For me, it was magic from day one," said Doug Phelps.

"It started to gel from the first rehearsal. When you can't put a label on it, even when you create it, you know you've got something special," says Richard.

"Ricky joined the band, and the very next month, we had a great opportunity presented to us to record in Acuff/Rose''s Hickory Records Studio. They were literally dismantling the studio around us, but we still managed to record a demo of Walk Softly, Dumas Walker and Oh Lonesome Me, the latter being in recognition of all the help Wesley Rose had been to Richard over the years. After that, we started playing more and more gigs locally, but it was really our live radio broadcast, The Chitlin' Show, on WLOC in Munfordville, KY, and the Practice House that brought it all together," remembers Greg.

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