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The York Fair is a ten-day fair held in September in York, Pennsylvania. The fair is to move to July/August beginning in 2020 and be renamed the York State Fair, with performers REO Speedwagon and Styx announced in December 2019. It is one of the oldest fairs in the country, tracing its roots to 1765. Fair organizers reported a record attendance in 2012 of over 640,000. Over the last six decades, the fair has drawn a broad set of notable musicians and comedians, listed here by year of performance.

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  • The York Fair is a ten-day fair held in September in York, Pennsylvania. The fair is to move to July/August beginning in 2020 and be renamed the York State Fair, with performers REO Speedwagon and Styx announced in December 2019. It is one of the oldest fairs in the country, tracing its roots to 1765. Fair organizers reported a record attendance in 2012 of over 640,000. Over the last six decades, the fair has drawn a broad set of notable musicians and comedians, listed here by year of performance.
  • The York State Fair is a ten-day fair held in July/August in York, Pennsylvania. Formerly known as the York Fair and held in September, it was renamed and rescheduled for 2020, though canceled that year due to the COVID-19 pandemic. It is one of the oldest fairs in the country, tracing its roots to 1765. Fair organizers reported a record attendance in 2012 of over 640,000. Over the last six decades, the fair has drawn a broad set of notable musicians and comedians, listed here by year of performance.
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  • The York Fair is a ten-day fair held in September in York, Pennsylvania. The fair is to move to July/August beginning in 2020 and be renamed the York State Fair, with performers REO Speedwagon and Styx announced in December 2019. It is one of the oldest fairs in the country, tracing its roots to 1765. Fair organizers reported a record attendance in 2012 of over 640,000. Over the last six decades, the fair has drawn a broad set of notable musicians and comedians, listed here by year of performance. Previous decades1960s performers * 1960 * Liberace * Pat Boone * 1961 * Dion * Johnny and the Hurricanes * Little Anthony and the Imperials * The Regents * 1962 * Jimmy Durante * Ricky Nelson * 1963 * Anita Bryant and "Bullwinkle" * Guy Lombardo and Dennis Day * Myron Floren and Jo Ann Castle * Frank Fontaine * 1964 * Connie Francis * Harry James * 1965 * Eydie Gormé * The Animals * The Kingston Trio * 1966 * Brenda Lee * Gary Lewis & the Playboys * 1967 * Johnny Tillotson * The Critters * 1968 * Bobby Vinton * James Brown and his Fabulous Flames * 1969 * The Cowsills * Jimmy Dean1970s performers * 1970 * Hank Williams, Jr. * The Banana Splits * The Vogues * 1971 * Dolly Parton * Lynn Anderson * Roy Rogers and Dale Evans * 1972 * Del Reeves * Sonny and Cher * Tex Ritter * 1973 * Bob Hope * Boots Randolph and Bobby Goldsboro * 1974 * Bobby Vinton * Tony Orlando and Dawn * 1975 * Sha Na Na * Lynn Anderson * Duke Ellington Orchestra * Glenn Miller Orchestra * 1976 * Paul Revere and the Raiders * Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons * Red Skelton and Lynn Anderson * Mac Davis * Tanya Tucker * Kip Addotta * 1977 * Bobby Vinton * Mel Tillis and Freddy Fender * Marilyn McCoo and Billy Davis, Jr. * The Sylvers and Starbuck * 1978 * The Statler Brothers * B. J. Thomas * Pat and Debby Boone * 1979 * Chubby Checker * The Oak Ridge Boys and Stella Parton * Leif Garrett * Orleans * Peaches and Herb * Sister Sledge * The Shirelles * The Vogues1980s performers * 1980 * Bill Cosby * The Charlie Daniels Band * 1981 * Air Supply * Johnny Cash * The Statler Brothers * Willie Nelson * John Schneider and Brenda Lee * Bluegrass Festival with The Dillards, John Hartford, and local bands * International Circus * 1982 * Willie Nelson * Rick Springfield * 1983 * Kenny Rogers * Eddie Rabbitt and Louise Mandrell * Cheap Trick * Stevie Ray Vaughan * The Greg Kihn Band * 1984 * The Osmonds * The Go-Gos * 1985 * Engelbert Humperdinck * The Judds * The Golden Boys of Bandstand featuring Fabian, Frankie Avalon, and Bobby Rydell * 1986 * Alabama * Willie Nelson * The Statler Brothers * 1987 * Tom Jones * Chicago * Kool and the Gang * Lee Greenwood and George Jones * 1988 * Gloria Estefan and The Miami Sound Machine * Otis Day and the Knights * Spencer Davis * Steppenwolf * Tiffany * The Tokens * 1989 * Tiny Tim * 38 Special * New Kids On The Block1990s performers * 1990 * Reba McEntire * Sweethearts of the Rodeo * Battle of the Bands: Sahara, The Morris Brothers Band, Savage Bliss, Johnny's Secret, Wired, B.C. Roberts, Hyde Your Daughters, and Public Affection * 1991 * The Statler Brothers * Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons * Kix * Sandi Patti * Alabama * Garth Brooks with Trisha Yearwood * 1992 * Clint Black * The Turtles * The Mamas and the Papas * The Grass Roots * 1993 * Garth Brooks with Stephanie Davis * Billy Ray Cyrus * Alan Jackson with Allen Collin * Petra with Cindy Morgan * 1994 * Brooks and Dunn with Martina McBride * Alan Jackson with Faith Hill * Kix * 1995 * Boyz II Men * Alabama * 1996 * Julio Iglesias * Michael Bolton * The Coors * Alan Jackson with Wade Hayes * Vince Gill * 1997 * Alan Jackson and Alabama * Musicfest with the Goo Goo Dolls * INXS * Vince Gill * Kenny Chesney * Tanya Tucker with John Berry * LeAnn Rimes * Bryan White * 4Him and Point of Grace * 1998 * Backstreet Boys * Lynyrd Skynyrd * The Badlees * 1999 * Britney Spears with 98 Degrees * Def Leppard * Brad Paisley * Sawyer Brown2000s performers * 2000 * Travis Tritt * Sammy Kershaw * REO Speedwagon * Doobie Brothers * 2001 * Brooks & Dunn * Kenny Chesney and Lee Ann Womack * Journey * O-Town * Ted Nugent * Alabama * Night Ranger * 3 Doors Down with Nickelback * 2002 * Foreigner * Jeff Foxworthy * Aaron Carter * Rascal Flatts * Toby Keith * 2003 * Poison * Wynonna Judd * The Platters and The Coasters * The Drifters * 2004 * Bowling For Soup * Lonestar with Buddy Jewell * Clay Aiken * Live * Lynyrd Skynyrd * Kid Rock * Negative Space * Parade of high school bands * 2005 * The Allman Brothers Band * Gretchen Wilson * Tim McGraw * 2006 * Carrie Underwood * Brad Paisley * Larry the Cable Guy * Staind * Styx * 2007 * Daughtry * Bill Engvall * Carrie Underwood * Josh Gracin/Trace Adkins * Lynyrd Skynyrd * Hinder * Randy Owen (of Alabama) * Trace Adkins * Willie Nelson * 2008 * ZZ Top * Larry the Cable Guy * Daughtry * Breaking Benjamin and Seether * Brooks & Dunn (cancelled) * Danity Kane (cancelled) * Blake Shelton * Miranda Lambert * Gavin DeGraw * 2009 * Trace Adkins * Kelly Clarkson * David Cook * Alice Cooper * Jeff Dunham * Trapt * Halestorm * Pop Evil2010s performers * 2010 * Lady Antebellum and Love and Theft * Selena Gomez and Allstar Weekend * Shinedown and Rev Theory and Sore Eyes * Seether and Hinder and Black Stone Cherry * TNA Wrestling * Jason Aldean and Uncle Kracker * Terry Fator * 2011 * Big Time Rush * Joan Jett & The Blackhearts * Toby Keith with Eric Church * TNA Wrestling * 3 Doors Down * Greyson Chance and Cody Simpson * 2012 * Grandstand: * R5, Shane Cover * Luke Bryan with Easton Corbin * Blake Shelton with Sunny Sweeney * REO Speedwagon * Jeff Dunham * Allstar Weekend with New Hollow * Great Country Radio Stage (sponsored by WGTY):JT Hodges, Andy Gibson, Randy Houser, Casey James, Thomas Rhett, Kristen Kelly, Dustin Lynch, Greg Bates, The Farm, Lauren Alaina, Due West, Katie Armiger * 2013 * Halestorm * Tom Keifer * Florida Georgia Line * Colt Ford * The Marshall Tucker Band * The Outlaws * Lauren Alaina * Alan Jackson * Austin Mahone * Coco Jones * 2014 * Grandstand: * Jeff Dunham * Hunter Hayes * Jackyl with Molly Hatchet * Lady Antebellum with Joe Nichols * McClain * Great Country Radio Stage:Dakota Bradley and Sam Hunt, Brothers Osborne and Josh Thompson, Chase Rice, Lucy Hale, John King, Maggie Rose, Canaan Smith, Jamie Lynn Spears, The Swon Brothers, Austin Webb and Jana Kramer * 2015 * Grandstand: * Alabama * Brantley Gilbert with A Thousand Horses * Andy Grammer and American Authors * John Kay & Steppenwolf with Foghat * Cole Swindell * Great Country Radio Stage:Kelsea Ballerini, Brothers Osborne, Chase Bryant, Cam, Chris Janson, LoCash, Mo Pitney, Canaan Smith, Drake White * 2016 * Grandstand: * Alabama * Jeff Dunham * Tyler Farr * Chase Rice with Parmalee * Salt-N-Pepa, Vanilla Ice, Coolio, Tone Lōc, Young MC and Color Me Badd * Radio Stage:Runaway June and Lauren Alaina, Trent Harmon, Jordan Rager, Michael Ray, Craig Campbell, Brooke Eden, Jerrod Niemann, High Valley, Brett Young, Dylan Scott * 2017 * Grandstand: * Frankie Ballard, Michael Ray, and Danielle Bradbery * Jeff Foxworthy and Larry the Cable Guy * Lynyrd Skynyrd * Thomas Rhett * Radio Stage:William Michael Morgan, Adam Craig, High Valley, Luke Combs, Midland, Seth Ennis, Jordan Davis, Canaan Smith * 2018 * Grandstand: * 5 Seconds of Summer, with The Aces * Alice Cooper * American Idol Live! 2018, with Forever in Your Mind * Gabriel "Fluffy" Iglesias * MercyMe * Old Dominion, with Walker Hayes * Sesame Street Live * Radio Stage:Trent Harmon, Jordan Davis, LANCO, Lindsay Ell, William Michael Morgan (replaced Morgan Evans), Jimmie Allen, Dylan Schneider, Joe Nichols, Mitchell Tenpenny * 2019 * Grandstand: * Bethel Music * Darci Lynne * Brantley Gilbert * Kent McCord * Brad Paisley * Tesla, Jackyl, and KIX * Travis Tritt and the Charlie Daniels Band * Radio Stage: * Jimmie Allen, Drew Baldridge, Gabby Barrett, Tyler Farr, Hardy, Walker Hayes, High Valley, Ryan Hurd, Seaforth, Matt Stell
  • The York State Fair is a ten-day fair held in July/August in York, Pennsylvania. Formerly known as the York Fair and held in September, it was renamed and rescheduled for 2020, though canceled that year due to the COVID-19 pandemic. It is one of the oldest fairs in the country, tracing its roots to 1765. Fair organizers reported a record attendance in 2012 of over 640,000. Over the last six decades, the fair has drawn a broad set of notable musicians and comedians, listed here by year of performance. Previous decades1960s performers * 1960 * Liberace * Pat Boone * 1961 * Dion * Johnny and the Hurricanes * Little Anthony and the Imperials * The Regents * 1962 * Jimmy Durante * Ricky Nelson * 1963 * Anita Bryant and "Bullwinkle" * Guy Lombardo and Dennis Day * Myron Floren and Jo Ann Castle * Frank Fontaine * 1964 * Connie Francis * Harry James * 1965 * Eydie Gormé * The Animals * The Kingston Trio * 1966 * Brenda Lee * Gary Lewis & the Playboys * 1967 * Johnny Tillotson * The Critters * 1968 * Bobby Vinton * James Brown and his Fabulous Flames * 1969 * The Cowsills * Jimmy Dean1970s performers * 1970 * Hank Williams, Jr. * The Banana Splits * The Vogues * 1971 * Dolly Parton * Lynn Anderson * Roy Rogers and Dale Evans * 1972 * Del Reeves * Sonny and Cher * Tex Ritter * 1973 * Bob Hope * Boots Randolph and Bobby Goldsboro * 1974 * Bobby Vinton * Tony Orlando and Dawn * 1975 * Sha Na Na * Lynn Anderson * Duke Ellington Orchestra * Glenn Miller Orchestra * 1976 * Paul Revere and the Raiders * Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons * Red Skelton and Lynn Anderson * Mac Davis * Tanya Tucker * Kip Addotta * 1977 * Bobby Vinton * Mel Tillis and Freddy Fender * Marilyn McCoo and Billy Davis, Jr. * The Sylvers and Starbuck * 1978 * The Statler Brothers * B. J. Thomas * Pat and Debby Boone * 1979 * Chubby Checker * The Oak Ridge Boys and Stella Parton * Leif Garrett * Orleans * Peaches and Herb * Sister Sledge * The Shirelles * The Vogues1980s performers * 1980 * Bill Cosby * The Charlie Daniels Band * 1981 * Air Supply * Johnny Cash * The Statler Brothers * Willie Nelson * John Schneider and Brenda Lee * Bluegrass Festival with The Dillards, John Hartford, and local bands * International Circus * 1982 * Willie Nelson * Rick Springfield * 1983 * Kenny Rogers * Eddie Rabbitt and Louise Mandrell * Cheap Trick * Stevie Ray Vaughan * The Greg Kihn Band * 1984 * The Osmonds * The Go-Gos * 1985 * Engelbert Humperdinck * The Judds * The Golden Boys of Bandstand featuring Fabian, Frankie Avalon, and Bobby Rydell * 1986 * Alabama * Willie Nelson * The Statler Brothers * 1987 * Tom Jones * Chicago * Kool and the Gang * Lee Greenwood and George Jones * 1988 * Gloria Estefan and The Miami Sound Machine * Otis Day and the Knights * Spencer Davis * Steppenwolf * Tiffany * The Tokens * 1989 * Tiny Tim * 38 Special * New Kids On The Block1990s performers * 1990 * Reba McEntire * Sweethearts of the Rodeo * Battle of the Bands: Sahara, The Morris Brothers Band, Savage Bliss, Johnny's Secret, Wired, B.C. Roberts, Hyde Your Daughters, and Public Affection * 1991 * The Statler Brothers * Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons * Kix * Sandi Patti * Alabama * Garth Brooks with Trisha Yearwood * 1992 * Clint Black * The Turtles * The Mamas and the Papas * The Grass Roots * 1993 * Garth Brooks with Stephanie Davis * Billy Ray Cyrus * Alan Jackson with Allen Collin * Petra with Cindy Morgan * 1994 * Brooks and Dunn with Martina McBride * Alan Jackson with Faith Hill * Kix * 1995 * Boyz II Men * Alabama * 1996 * Julio Iglesias * Michael Bolton * The Coors * Alan Jackson with Wade Hayes * Vince Gill * 1997 * Alan Jackson and Alabama * Musicfest with the Goo Goo Dolls * INXS * Vince Gill * Kenny Chesney * Tanya Tucker with John Berry * LeAnn Rimes * Bryan White * 4Him and Point of Grace * 1998 * Backstreet Boys * Lynyrd Skynyrd * The Badlees * 1999 * Britney Spears with 98 Degrees * Def Leppard * Brad Paisley * Sawyer Brown2000s performers * 2000 * Travis Tritt * Sammy Kershaw * REO Speedwagon * Doobie Brothers * 2001 * Brooks & Dunn * Kenny Chesney and Lee Ann Womack * Journey * O-Town * Ted Nugent * Alabama * Night Ranger * 3 Doors Down with Nickelback * 2002 * Foreigner * Jeff Foxworthy * Aaron Carter * Rascal Flatts * Toby Keith * 2003 * Poison * Wynonna Judd * The Platters and The Coasters * The Drifters * 2004 * Bowling For Soup * Lonestar with Buddy Jewell * Clay Aiken * Live * Lynyrd Skynyrd * Kid Rock * Negative Space * Parade of high school bands * 2005 * The Allman Brothers Band * Gretchen Wilson * Tim McGraw * 2006 * Carrie Underwood * Brad Paisley * Larry the Cable Guy * Staind * Styx * 2007 * Daughtry * Bill Engvall * Carrie Underwood * Josh Gracin/Trace Adkins * Lynyrd Skynyrd * Hinder * Randy Owen (of Alabama) * Trace Adkins * Willie Nelson * 2008 * ZZ Top * Larry the Cable Guy * Daughtry * Breaking Benjamin and Seether * Brooks & Dunn (cancelled) * Danity Kane (cancelled) * Blake Shelton * Miranda Lambert * Gavin DeGraw * 2009 * Trace Adkins * Kelly Clarkson * David Cook * Alice Cooper * Jeff Dunham * Trapt * Halestorm * Pop Evil2010s performers * 2010 * Lady Antebellum and Love and Theft * Selena Gomez and Allstar Weekend * Shinedown and Rev Theory and Sore Eyes * Seether and Hinder and Black Stone Cherry * TNA Wrestling * Jason Aldean and Uncle Kracker * Terry Fator * 2011 * Big Time Rush * Joan Jett & The Blackhearts * Toby Keith with Eric Church * TNA Wrestling * 3 Doors Down * Greyson Chance and Cody Simpson * 2012 * Grandstand: * R5, Shane Cover * Luke Bryan with Easton Corbin * Blake Shelton with Sunny Sweeney * REO Speedwagon * Jeff Dunham * Allstar Weekend with New Hollow * Great Country Radio Stage (sponsored by WGTY):JT Hodges, Andy Gibson, Randy Houser, Casey James, Thomas Rhett, Kristen Kelly, Dustin Lynch, Greg Bates, The Farm, Lauren Alaina, Due West, Katie Armiger * 2013 * Halestorm * Tom Keifer * Florida Georgia Line * Colt Ford * The Marshall Tucker Band * The Outlaws * Lauren Alaina * Alan Jackson * Austin Mahone * Coco Jones * 2014 * Grandstand: * Jeff Dunham * Hunter Hayes * Jackyl with Molly Hatchet * Lady Antebellum with Joe Nichols * McClain * Great Country Radio Stage:Dakota Bradley and Sam Hunt, Brothers Osborne and Josh Thompson, Chase Rice, Lucy Hale, John King, Maggie Rose, Canaan Smith, Jamie Lynn Spears, The Swon Brothers, Austin Webb and Jana Kramer * 2015 * Grandstand: * Alabama * Brantley Gilbert with A Thousand Horses * Andy Grammer and American Authors * John Kay & Steppenwolf with Foghat * Cole Swindell * Great Country Radio Stage:Kelsea Ballerini, Brothers Osborne, Chase Bryant, Cam, Chris Janson, LoCash, Mo Pitney, Canaan Smith, Drake White * 2016 * Grandstand: * Alabama * Jeff Dunham * Tyler Farr * Chase Rice with Parmalee * Salt-N-Pepa, Vanilla Ice, Coolio, Tone Lōc, Young MC and Color Me Badd * Radio Stage:Runaway June and Lauren Alaina, Trent Harmon, Jordan Rager, Michael Ray, Craig Campbell, Brooke Eden, Jerrod Niemann, High Valley, Brett Young, Dylan Scott * 2017 * Grandstand: * Frankie Ballard, Michael Ray, and Danielle Bradbery * Jeff Foxworthy and Larry the Cable Guy * Lynyrd Skynyrd * Thomas Rhett * Radio Stage:William Michael Morgan, Adam Craig, High Valley, Luke Combs, Midland, Seth Ennis, Jordan Davis, Canaan Smith * 2018 * Grandstand: * 5 Seconds of Summer, with The Aces * Alice Cooper * American Idol Live! 2018, with Forever in Your Mind * Gabriel "Fluffy" Iglesias * MercyMe * Old Dominion, with Walker Hayes * Sesame Street Live * Radio Stage:Trent Harmon, Jordan Davis, LANCO, Lindsay Ell, William Michael Morgan (replaced Morgan Evans), Jimmie Allen, Dylan Schneider, Joe Nichols, Mitchell Tenpenny * 2019 * Grandstand: * Bethel Music * Darci Lynne * Brantley Gilbert * Kent McCord * Brad Paisley * Tesla, Jackyl, and KIX * Travis Tritt and the Charlie Daniels Band * Radio Stage: * Jimmie Allen, Drew Baldridge, Gabby Barrett, Tyler Farr, Hardy, Walker Hayes, High Valley, Ryan Hurd, Seaforth, Matt Stell2020s performers * 2020canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic
  • The York State Fair is a ten-day fair held in July/August in York, Pennsylvania. Formerly known as the York Fair and held in September, it was renamed and rescheduled for 2020, though canceled that year due to the COVID-19 pandemic. It is one of the oldest fairs in the country, tracing its roots to 1765. Fair organizers reported a record attendance in 2012 of over 640,000. Over the last six decades, the fair has drawn a broad set of notable musicians and comedians, listed here by year of performance. Previous decades1960s performers * 1960 * Liberace * Pat Boone * 1961 * Dion * Johnny and the Hurricanes * Little Anthony and the Imperials * The Regents * 1962 * Jimmy Durante * Ricky Nelson * 1963 * Anita Bryant and "Bullwinkle" * Guy Lombardo and Dennis Day * Myron Floren and Jo Ann Castle * Frank Fontaine * 1964 * Connie Francis * Harry James * 1965 * Eydie Gormé * The Animals * The Kingston Trio * 1966 * Brenda Lee * Gary Lewis & the Playboys * 1967 * Johnny Tillotson * The Critters * 1968 * Bobby Vinton * James Brown and his * 1969 * The Cowsills * Jimmy Dean1970s performers * 1970 * Hank Williams, Jr. * The Banana Splits * The Vogues * 1971 * Dolly Parton * Lynn Anderson * Roy Rogers and Dale Evans * 1972 * Del Reeves * Sonny and Cher * Tex Ritter * 1973 * Bob Hope * Boots Randolph and Bobby Goldsboro * 1974 * Bobby Vinton * Tony Orlando and Dawn * 1975 * Sha Na Na * Lynn Anderson * Duke Ellington Orchestra * Glenn Miller Orchestra * 1976 * Paul Revere and the Raiders * Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons * Red Skelton and Lynn Anderson * Mac Davis * Tanya Tucker * Kip Addotta * 1977 * Bobby Vinton * Mel Tillis and Freddy Fender * Marilyn McCoo and Billy Davis, Jr. * The Sylvers and Starbuck * 1978 * The Statler Brothers * B. J. Thomas * Pat and Debby Boone * 1979 * Chubby Checker * The Oak Ridge Boys and Stella Parton * Leif Garrett * Orleans * Peaches and Herb * Sister Sledge * The Shirelles * The Vogues1980s performers * 1980 * Bill Cosby * The Charlie Daniels Band * 1981 * Air Supply * Johnny Cash * The Statler Brothers * Willie Nelson * John Schneider and Brenda Lee * Bluegrass Festival with The Dillards, John Hartford, and local bands * International Circus * 1982 * Willie Nelson * Rick Springfield * 1983 * Kenny Rogers * Eddie Rabbitt and Louise Mandrell * Cheap Trick * Stevie Ray Vaughan * The Greg Kihn Band * 1984 * The Osmonds * The Go-Gos * 1985 * Engelbert Humperdinck * The Judds * The Golden Boys of Bandstand featuring Fabian, Frankie Avalon, and Bobby Rydell * 1986 * Alabama * Willie Nelson * The Statler Brothers * 1987 * Tom Jones * Chicago * Kool and the Gang * Lee Greenwood and George Jones * 1988 * Gloria Estefan and The Miami Sound Machine * Otis Day and the Knights * Spencer Davis * Steppenwolf * Tiffany * The Tokens * 1989 * Tiny Tim * 38 Special * New Kids On The Block1990s performers * 1990 * Reba McEntire * Sweethearts of the Rodeo * Battle of the Bands: Sahara, The Morris Brothers Band, Savage Bliss, Johnny's Secret, Wired, B.C. Roberts, Hyde Your Daughters, and Public Affection * 1991 * The Statler Brothers * Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons * Kix * Sandi Patti * Alabama * Garth Brooks with Trisha Yearwood * 1992 * Clint Black * The Turtles * The Mamas and the Papas * The Grass Roots * 1993 * Garth Brooks with Stephanie Davis * Billy Ray Cyrus * Alan Jackson with Allen Collin * Petra with Cindy Morgan * 1994 * Brooks and Dunn with Martina McBride * Alan Jackson with Faith Hill * Kix * 1995 * Boyz II Men * Alabama * 1996 * Julio Iglesias * Michael Bolton * The Coors * Alan Jackson with Wade Hayes * Vince Gill * 1997 * Alan Jackson and Alabama * Musicfest with the Goo Goo Dolls * INXS * Vince Gill * Kenny Chesney * Tanya Tucker with John Berry * LeAnn Rimes * Bryan White * 4Him and Point of Grace * 1998 * Backstreet Boys * Lynyrd Skynyrd * The Badlees * 1999 * Britney Spears with 98 Degrees * Def Leppard * Brad Paisley * Sawyer Brown2000s performers * 2000 * Travis Tritt * Sammy Kershaw * REO Speedwagon * Doobie Brothers * 2001 * Brooks & Dunn * Kenny Chesney and Lee Ann Womack * Journey * O-Town * Ted Nugent * Alabama * Night Ranger * 3 Doors Down with Nickelback * 2002 * Foreigner * Jeff Foxworthy * Aaron Carter * Rascal Flatts * Toby Keith * 2003 * Poison * Wynonna Judd * The Platters and The Coasters * The Drifters * 2004 * Bowling For Soup * Lonestar with Buddy Jewell * Clay Aiken * Live * Lynyrd Skynyrd * Kid Rock * Negative Space * Parade of high school bands * 2005 * The Allman Brothers Band * Gretchen Wilson * Tim McGraw * 2006 * Carrie Underwood * Brad Paisley * Larry the Cable Guy * Staind * Styx * 2007 * Daughtry * Bill Engvall * Carrie Underwood * Josh Gracin/Trace Adkins * Lynyrd Skynyrd * Hinder * Randy Owen (of Alabama) * Trace Adkins * Willie Nelson * 2008 * ZZ Top * Larry the Cable Guy * Daughtry * Breaking Benjamin and Seether * Brooks & Dunn (cancelled) * Danity Kane (cancelled) * Blake Shelton * Miranda Lambert * Gavin DeGraw * 2009 * Trace Adkins * Kelly Clarkson * David Cook * Alice Cooper * Jeff Dunham * Trapt * Halestorm * Pop Evil2010s performers * 2010 * Lady Antebellum and Love and Theft * Selena Gomez and Allstar Weekend * Shinedown and Rev Theory and Sore Eyes * Seether and Hinder and Black Stone Cherry * TNA Wrestling * Jason Aldean and Uncle Kracker * Terry Fator * 2011 * Big Time Rush * Joan Jett & The Blackhearts * Toby Keith with Eric Church * TNA Wrestling * 3 Doors Down * Greyson Chance and Cody Simpson * 2012 * Grandstand: * R5, Shane Cover * Luke Bryan with Easton Corbin * Blake Shelton with Sunny Sweeney * REO Speedwagon * Jeff Dunham * Allstar Weekend with New Hollow * Great Country Radio Stage (sponsored by WGTY):JT Hodges, Andy Gibson, Randy Houser, Casey James, Thomas Rhett, Kristen Kelly, Dustin Lynch, Greg Bates, The Farm, Lauren Alaina, Due West, Katie Armiger * 2013 * Halestorm * Tom Keifer * Florida Georgia Line * Colt Ford * The Marshall Tucker Band * The Outlaws * Lauren Alaina * Alan Jackson * Austin Mahone * Coco Jones * 2014 * Grandstand: * Jeff Dunham * Hunter Hayes * Jackyl with Molly Hatchet * Lady Antebellum with Joe Nichols * McClain * Great Country Radio Stage:Dakota Bradley and Sam Hunt, Brothers Osborne and Josh Thompson, Chase Rice, Lucy Hale, John King, Maggie Rose, Canaan Smith, Jamie Lynn Spears, The Swon Brothers, Austin Webb and Jana Kramer * 2015 * Grandstand: * Alabama * Brantley Gilbert with A Thousand Horses * Andy Grammer and American Authors * John Kay & Steppenwolf with Foghat * Cole Swindell * Great Country Radio Stage:Kelsea Ballerini, Brothers Osborne, Chase Bryant, Cam, Chris Janson, LoCash, Mo Pitney, Canaan Smith, Drake White * 2016 * Grandstand: * Alabama * Jeff Dunham * Tyler Farr * Chase Rice with Parmalee * Salt-N-Pepa, Vanilla Ice, Coolio, Tone Lōc, Young MC and Color Me Badd * Radio Stage:Runaway June and Lauren Alaina, Trent Harmon, Jordan Rager, Michael Ray, Craig Campbell, Brooke Eden, Jerrod Niemann, High Valley, Brett Young, Dylan Scott * 2017 * Grandstand: * Frankie Ballard, Michael Ray, and Danielle Bradbery * Jeff Foxworthy and Larry the Cable Guy * Lynyrd Skynyrd * Thomas Rhett * Radio Stage:William Michael Morgan, Adam Craig, High Valley, Luke Combs, Midland, Seth Ennis, Jordan Davis, Canaan Smith * 2018 * Grandstand: * 5 Seconds of Summer, with The Aces * Alice Cooper * American Idol Live! 2018, with Forever in Your Mind * Gabriel "Fluffy" Iglesias * MercyMe * Old Dominion, with Walker Hayes * Sesame Street Live * Radio Stage:Trent Harmon, Jordan Davis, LANCO, Lindsay Ell, William Michael Morgan (replaced Morgan Evans), Jimmie Allen, Dylan Schneider, Joe Nichols, Mitchell Tenpenny * 2019 * Grandstand: * Bethel Music * Darci Lynne * Brantley Gilbert * Kent McCord * Brad Paisley * Tesla, Jackyl, and KIX * Travis Tritt and the Charlie Daniels Band * Radio Stage: * Jimmie Allen, Drew Baldridge, Gabby Barrett, Tyler Farr, Hardy, Walker Hayes, High Valley, Ryan Hurd, Seaforth, Matt Stell2020s performers * 2020canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic
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