Scene at the fair

Music at the fair

On the last day of the fair, everyone can let their hair down, spend their last tickets, work in one last helping of batter-fried goodness and scream out the chorus at the beer garden. 

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En Vogue, with Cindy Herron, Terry Ellis, and Rhona Bennett, got the crowd at the Leinie's Bandshell moving.
From left, Roxy Robinson, Lisa Wright and Shawnice Reid danced to En Vogue.
Niall Horan stood ready for his headlining grandstand set.
Lord Huron opened at the sold-out grandstand Saturday night for Trampled by Turtles.
The Grandstand crowd waved their phones during an acoustic song by Niall Horan early in his headlining Grandstand set Thursday night.
At Coasters Beer Garden, Mark Woerpel of Them Pesky Kids covered songs by the likes of Cheap Trick and AC/DC.
Even early in Niall Horan's grandstand show, there was plenty of screaming from the crowd.
Dave Carroll on the banjo with Trampled by Turtles at the sold-out grandstand.
Them Pesky Kids played Coasters Beer Garden and got the crowd singing and rocking.
Fans lit up the grandstand for the Beach Boys.
The Righteous Brothers opened the Beach Boys' grandstand show.
L.A. indie rocker Lord Huron warmed up the crowd at the grandstand.
Dave Simonett, lead singer and guitar, led a fast-paced show with Trampled by Turtles.
Lindsay Ell opened for Sugarland at the grandstand.
Ashley Severin of Woodbury was on her feet to sing along with Sugarland.
John Stamos joined the Beach Boys at the grandstand.
Iowa-based powerhouse singer/songwriter Lissie opened for Trampled by Turtles.
Maren Morris performing early in her Grandstand Set Thursday night, when she opened up for Niall Horan.
The B52's played before Culture Club.
Thompson Bailey of Thompson Twins opened the evening.
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