Bluegrass-themed fair on its way to Casa Grande

January 7, 2014 by  

An annual fair and music jamboree is set to make its return to Casa Grande.

The Agri-Country Bluegrass Festival will be arriving at the Pinal County Fairgrounds in only a few weeks’ time. Printing companies are likely seeing more business as the organizers, vendors, and performers involved in this event order promotional posters, banners, and flyers.

The festivities will run for three consecutive days and feature concerts from a number of popular bluegrass artists. Run Boy Run, James Reams and the Barnstormers, Superstition Ridge, and CanAm Connection will be just a few of the bands taking the stage this year. The music will continue nonstop throughout the duration of the festival.

Attendees will be able to purchase goods like jewelry, arts and crafts, and hats from a long list of local vendors. They will also have a chance to buys a variety of foods and beverages, since the menu will include corn dogs, fried bread, kettle corn, and old-fashioned sodas.

Visitors of all ages will enjoy watching pig races, which will take place throughout the course of the event. Those interested in quilting will be able to learn more about the art from the owner of Julie’s Sewing Corner, a fabric shop located in Miami, Arizona.

The Agri-Country Bluegrass Festival will begin on Friday, January 24 and continue through Sunday, January 26. There will be a car show and special activities for children on Saturday, January 25. Opening and closing times will vary each day.

The fairgrounds are located at 512 South Eleven Mile Corner Road. Those seeking more information may call 520-723-7881.