South Florida Fair 2012: New Found Glory, Aaron Lewis, and More

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The South Florida Fair celebrates its 100th anniversary this coming January, and aside from doughnut burgers (a real thing), cheese-covered candy bars (a thing we want to be real), and other fried goodness to clog your arteries, there is live music to clog your ear canals. Seven bands in a variety of genres you have likely come across at some point perform on the Pepsi Stage at the Palm Beach County Fairgrounds in West Palm Beach on January 13 to 26. 

South Florida Fair 2012 Concert Series

Friday, January 13
John Anderson

Tuesday, January 17
Aaron Lewis

Wednesday, January 18
New Found Glory

Thursday, January 19
John Michael Montgomery

Tuesday, January 24
Colt Ford

Wednesday, January 25
Eli Young Band

Thursday, January 26
Grand Funk Railroad

South Florida Fair Concert Series 2012. All shows start at 7:30 p.m. January 13 to 26 at Palm Beach County Fairgrounds, 9067 Southern Blvd, West Palm Beach. Reserved tickets cost $10; general seating is free with fair admission. Click here for more information and here to purchase tickets.

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