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Americas Country Darlins

America's Country Darlins

These lovely ladies bring energetic traditional country, old rock ‘n roll, bluegrass & gospel music in a folk/alternative style. The sisters-and-daughter act of Renee Riddle, Bayo Chewning and Kristin Jenkins provides strolling entertainment with their wagon of instruments, and they always encourage patrons to sing along. Fair guests are sure to be delighted as the trio entertains them in down home country style.

Roving the grounds daily

Priscilla

Priscilla the Dinosaur

She's 5 years old (that's 13 in dinosaur years). She's trained especially for fair guests and loves to have her picture taken. She walks, she roars, and she loves to meet new friends. 

bandaloni

Bandaloni

It’s a guitar – no a harmonica. Wait, it’s a drum or perhaps a tambourine. Bandaloni, the One Man Band from Canada, has been performing professionally since 1999 and entertaining fair patrons for years. The performer’s background in art (with a degree in sculpture), sales (audio gear) and music has provided the perfect storm of sorts to integrate those skills into a successful One Man Band.

Roving the grounds daily

Supafun Band

Supafun Band

SupaFun is a three-piece roving party band that brings the fun, and then some. Smiles Davis (trumpet, vocals & honky horn), Slim Biggums (yakety sax & tambourine), and Buddy Legend (sousaphone & slide whistle) present a variety of styles and a song for every season..

Roving the grounds daily

Carrie McQueen

Carrie McQueen 

Carrie McQueen, the hilarious giant stiltwalker has entertained audiences around the world with her fantastical comedy characters. From South Africa to South Carolina she's thrilled audiences with a skillful blend of stiltwalking, comedy, juggling, and pure exhilarating fun.

Carrie's next big adventure will bring her to the South Carolina State Fair to entertain audiences with her crazy antics. She'll be juggling, playing with the crowds, performing comedy bits, and showing everyone a HUGE good time!

So keep your head UP at the fair this year…you just never know what you might see!