There’s a cold cherry limeade calling my name.

Great news for country music fans in the Pine Tree State, as the Bangor State Fair has just announced that Jameson Rodgers will be performing at this year's fair on Friday, August 4 at 7:30 p.m. The concert will be included with fair admission, but there will be a VIP upgrade package available.

The Mississippi-born singer-songwriter has been gaining popularity over the past few years with hits like "Some Girls" and "Cold Beer Calling My Name" (featuring Luke Combs). Rodgers has also written songs for other big country acts like Florida Georgia Line, Chris Lane, and Jason Aldean.

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Tickets will go on sale to the general public on Friday, April 14 at 10 a.m.

The Bangor State Fair, one of the country's oldest fairs, has been running since September of 1849 when the Bangor Horticultural Society organized its first exhibition. Over time, it has grown to include activities like carnival rides, musical performances, demolition derby, and of course, lots of delicious fair food.

The fair runs from August 3rd - August 6th this year and takes place at Bass Park.

So, mark your calendars, and don't miss your chance to see Jameson Rodgers live at the Bangor State Fair! It's sure to be a great time for country music folks and fair-goers alike.

To get you ready for the show, check out the music videos for "Some Girls" and "Cold Beer Calling My Name"


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