We have our first headliner announced for the Missouri State Fair, and this country music star is bringing some star power with him! Here are the details...

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According to the Missouri State Fair's website, Tyler Hubbard of Florida Georgia Line fame will be headlining the Missouri State Fair on Thursday, August 10th. But he isn't coming alone, sadly no this isn't a Florida Georgia Line reunion concert...Tyler Hubbard is bringing the country music group Parmalee to open up for him!

On the Missouri State Fair website, they say...

"Tyler Hubbard’s face and name are familiar – and his voice is a staple on country music radio. With 19 No. 1 singles, countless awards, and sold-out tours, Tyler Hubbard has already had a remarkable career as a performer and songwriter as one half of multi-platinum duo Florida Georgia Line, and now Hubbard is ready to release his first solo album. Hubbard’s debut solo single, “5 Foot 9,” has almost 90M global streams. The song quickly moved inside the Top 50 on the streaming chart in its first four weeks of release and is solidly inside the Top 15 at radio."

Tickets are on sale to the public on Tuesday, June 27th at 9 am. Tickets are $45 for grandstand seating and $50 to get onto the track, but the Missouri State Fair wants to make sure you know that your ticket price does not include the price of admission to the fair, you still have to pay to get yourself into the fair. For more information on the Missouri State Fair in Sedalia, Missouri click here!

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