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Missouri State Fair 2007 Events Listings

SEDALIA, MO-- Missouri State Fair fans can start making plans for 2007 as details are now being released for Pepsi Grandstand concerts, camping reservations and several other special events.

According to Missouri State Fair Director Marion Lucas, several big titles have come on board to offer fairgoers a great variety of music concerts.  "Dierks Bentley will perform Sunday, August 12, and Big & Rich will share their talent on Thursday, August 16,"  Lucas said.   "Seven more shows will be announced soon."

In addition to concert information, those considering participating in one of the many competitions at the fair will be able to access entry information on-line starting May 1.  Specifics on almost all events including dates, times, rules, and forms can be found in the Premium Guide, a comprehensive tool for fair participants.  The guide will be on the web at www.mostatefair.com, and access to entry forms will be available starting May 3.

Camping reservations during the 11-day-long fair is another piece of the fair experience enthusiasts need to confirm early.  Lucas said that public campgrounds open Saturday, August 4.

"Camping reservations will be accepted with a completed entry form beginning May 3," according to Lucas.  "Forms for camping can also be obtained at our website," he added.

More information on the 2007 Missouri State Fair, "It's Show Time", can be found at the fair's website, or by calling the fair office at 660-827-8150.  Those wanting breaking news first can sign up to be a Fair Fan at www.mostatefair.com; this is a free service that alerts subscribers to early announcements such as the concert line-up.
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