Nebraska State Fair announces that Flo Rida will perform at the event

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Flo Rida to headline Nebraska State Fair concert series

The Nebraska State Fair announced Friday that Flo Rida will headline the concert series for the event. The rapper will perform on Saturday, September 3 on the Bristol Windows Stage at Anderson Field. “We are delighted that Flo Rida was available and pleasant to join us at almost the last minute for this year’s State Fair,” said Bill Ogg, Executive Director of State Fair. Flo Rida replaces Lady A , after the group announced on August 4 that it was canceling its 2022 tour. Tickets for the concert series are available here. The State Fair said that all tickets for the Lady A concert will be refunded. other performances in the concert series include Jeff Dunham, Brantley Gilbert, Los Tucanes de Tijuana and the “Happy Together” tour.The State Fair is scheduled for August 26-September 5 on Grand Island.

The Nebraska State Fair announced Friday that Flo Rida will headline the event’s concert series.

The rapper will perform on Saturday, September 3 on the Bristol Windows Stage at Anderson Field.

“We are thrilled that Flo Rida was available and agreed to join us at almost the last minute for this year’s State Fair,” said Bill Ogg, Executive Director of State Fair.

Flo Rida is replacing Lady A, after the band announced on August 4 that they were canceling their 2022 tour.

Tickets for the concert series are available here. The State Fair said all tickets for Lady A’s concert will be refunded.

Other performances in the concert series include Jeff Dunham, Brantley Gilbert, Los Tucanes de Tijuana and the “Happy Together” tour.

The state fair is scheduled for August 26 through September 5 on Grand Island.

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