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More Free CCF Entertainment

More Free CCF Entertainment

Spencer, IA (KICD)– More free entertainment has been announced for the Clay County Fair.

The brand-new Poet Discovery Stage will feature the returning Awesome Ag Magic Show and the new World of Robots show daily.

The Dish Plaza Stage brings a variety of music and dancing to the Fair. Salsabrosa’s will chared their afro-Cuban dance moves and explosive voices this first weekend of the fair . Glenn Henriksen returns on the piano with unique style and talent the next two days. The band Galaxy takes the stage to perform ’50s and ’60s rock hits on September 10th. Mr. Magic will perform the following day. Musician Phil Baker will engage young ones with entertaining activities while educating them to make the world a better place the final three days of the fair.

The KICD Courtyard Stage will feature returning acrobat favorites The Red Trouser Show as well as your favorite local entertainers daily.

Entertainment will also be found throughout the fairgrounds daily. Catch Welde’s Big Bear Show and witness the bears showcasing their unusual trained skills while becoming educated on the amazing species. The Farm Credit Services of America Terrace will host Professor B.T. Farquar and Polecat Annie performing magic, plate juggling, and so much more. Rock-it the Robot and Farmer Bob return to stroll the grounds.

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