Fire Trucks, Bands, Twirlers and more! Parade begins at 6pm in downtown Clearfield and marches into the fairgrounds. Grandstand and Bleacher seating are free with gate admission. Firework's follow the parade.
Kid's Day at the Clearfield County Fair!
Free Admission for all ages from 9am to 11am! A ride band can be purchased for $6.00.
Free Show at 10am on the Main Stage! A Meet and Greet will follow at the David H. Litz Grove Stage!
A Kid's Pedal Tractor Pull Contest and a Whipped Cream Pie Eating Contest will be held at the David H. Litz Grove Stage!
The Mint Condition kid's Fitness Zone Obstacle Course will be set up in the grove from 11am to 1pm!
Ride Height Requirements Apply for all Rides. Normal gate admission of $8 (ages 4 and over) applies after 11am. Whipped Cream contains sugar; contest is for ages 5 to 12. Kids Pedal Tractor Pull is for ages 8 and under.
Ryan Pelton is an international, award winning, Elvis tribute artist, actor, and singer/songwriter. He often refers to himself as the “Forest Gump” of the ETA world, and claims to have been blessed with an extraordinary amount of dumb luck. In September of 1998, Ryan Pelton was dared by his mother to enter a local Elvis contest in Columbus, OH. At the time, Ryan was building websites for a living. Ryan didn’t grow up in an “Elvis” household. He knew little about the King of rock-n-roll, except for the fact that adults in public often said he looked like a “young Elvis” growing up. Despite only having one week to prepare, Ryan entered the contest and against all odds, he won. “I remember having to write the lyrics on my hand because I wasn’t familiar with any of the songs. And keep in mind, I had never sang before in my life before that first contest.” Over the next decade, Pelton honed his craft becoming an international, award-winning Elvis Tribute Artist.
Throughout his career, Pelton has been involved in a number or unique opportunities that have led him to call himself the “Forest Gump” of the ETA world. Ryan performed with the world’s largest impersonator production show, Legends in Concert, for nearly a decade, including a six year stint in Myrtle Beach, SC. Early in his career, Ryan appeared in an all-Elvis version of The Weakest Link, where he walked away the winner of the second largest total ever won on the show in the United States. He has appeared in an international commercial for Volvo, was the featured ETA in a special collector’s “Elvis Edition” of TV Guide, and was the body double for Elvis as he performed a duet of “If I Can Dream” on American Idol with Celine Dion. During this time he also made his first movie appearance as he played the role of Elvis in the Dakota Fanning move, Hounddog.
Standing Room Only (Track & Bleacher area): $5.00
Grandstand (Reserved Seating): $5.00
Creedence Clearwater Revival founding members and Rock and Roll Hall of Famers, Stu Cook and Doug “Cosmo” Clifford have been on quite a ride. 45 years ago, Creedence Clearwater Revival headlined the Saturday night slot at the legendary Woodstock Music Festival. Also that year, 3 Creedence Clearwater Revival albums simultaneously perched in the top 10 of the rock music charts and the group had 4 top 3 singles.
The accolades keep coming. Earlier in 2014, The Recording Academy® recognized Stu and Cosmo’s work in Creedence Clearwater Revival by inducting the album Cosmo’s Factory recordings into the GRAMMY® Hall Of Fame and Creedence Clearwater Revival ’s 1969 recording “Fortunate Son” was added to the Library of Congress’ National Recording Registry.
Following their induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, Cosmo and Stu launched their Creedence Clearwater Revisited project in 1995, to once again perform live in concert the hit songs—touchstones of a generation. Since then, the legendary rhythm section has been thrilled by the outpouring of affection for their new band. World tours and the platinum certified album Recollection followed.
THE MARSHALL TUCKER BAND STILL SEARCHIN' FOR A RAINBOW…
In the early fall of 1973 The Marshall Tucker Band was still a young and hungry group out to prove themselves every time they hit the stage. Their debut album had already spawned numerous hits. The band’s recent release of their Live! From Englishtown album is a time capsule from that period. “We were a bunch of young guys who didn’t know any boundaries” says founding member and longtime lead singer Doug Gray. As it turned out, the collective talents of The Marshall Tucker Band took them very far indeed.
Today the band records on its own RAMBLIN’ RECORDS Label (distributed by Sony / RED) and continues to release new and previously unreleased material. For their most recent release, the band dug into the vault and emerged with the original live recordings from its biggest show to date. The new Live! From Englishtown album was originally performed in 1977 and reportedly drew more than 150,000 fans. Still led today by founding member and lead singer Doug Gray, they represent a time and place in music that will never be duplicated. Gray is quick to credit the band's current dynamic members with carrying on the timeless essence of The Marshall Tucker Band sound.
Standing Room Only (Track and Bleacher Area) $27.00
Grandstand (Reserved Seating) $23.00
TRACTOR and 4x4 TRUCK and SEMI TRUCK PULLS
Tickets: General Admission Grandstand or Bleacher Seating: $15.00
Full Pull Productions Presents: The Truck and Tractor Pull at the 2016 Clearfield County Fair. Sanctioned by USA-EAST Sled Pulling, Inc.
FIVE TOTAL PULLING CLASSES ARE SCHEDULED FOR THIS EVENT
Two classes will be ‘open to the world’ (no memberships required) and will offer 2016 points in the USA-EAST POINT RACE:
8000 lb. SUPER STREET 2.6 DIESEL 4x4 TRUCKS
The top running 2.6 Diesel Trucks in the eastern United States
PURSE: 550 – 450 – 325 – 225 – 150 – 125 – 100 – 85 – 75 – 65/
8700 lb. LIMITED PRO STOCK TRACTORS (run with Super Farms)
9500 lb. SUPER FARM TRACTORS (run with Limited Pro Stocks)
John Deere – International – Case – Massey – New Holland
Purse is supplemented (raised) by PGP – Pennsylvania Grain Processing
PURSE: 850 – 650 – 550 – 400 – 250 – 150 – 125 – 110 – 100
90 – 80 – 70 – 65 – 60 – 55 – 50 /
One classes will be for street licensed SEMI trucks – PA Posse trucks are not allowed in this class – hitches will be provided by USA-EAST. This class is ‘open to the world’, but the truck must be a street licensed SEMI truck.
22000 lb. OPEN STREET LICENSED SEMI TRUCKS
PURSE: 250 – 175 – 125 – 100 – 85 – 75 – 65 – 55 – 50 /
Two classes will be for street licensed 4x4 trucks from CLEARFIELD COUNTY ONLY. USA-EAST rules will apply in these classes. Both the registration for the truck and te driver’s license of the driver must show a Clearfield County Address:
8500 lb. WORK STOCK DIESEL 4x4 TRUCKS
6300 lb. OPEN STREET LICENSED GASOLINE 4x4 TRUCKS
PURSE: 125 – 100 – 85 – 75 – 65/
Entry opens at 4:30pm behind the stage on the Fairgrounds. Entry closes promptly when the National Anthem is played to start the pull.
Jake Owen became a star so quickly that he didn’t have time to memorize any Country Music Rule Book – which made it that much easier to toss it out the window.
Guided by sheer musical instinct, a drive for self-improvement and a willingness to experiment, the singer-songwriter has crafted Barefoot Blue Jean Night as one of the most innovative and refreshing country collections of the year. The CD’s title tune is already exploding as the biggest hit of Owen’s career to date.
“I never wanted to be the guy that did everything the way you’re supposed to do it,” says the candid and outgoing music maker. “And that led me to make this record, which I think really represents who I am more than anything I've ever recorded. If nothing else happens after this, I can honestly say that I did the absolute best that I can do. I’ve never felt this good about music, or anything in my career, as I do right now.”
His buoyant optimism is justified. Barefoot Blue Jean Night brims with vocal self-confidence and a superbly chosen stack of songs. The pumping energy in such country rockers as “Anywhere with You,” “Apple Pie Moonshine,” “The One That Got Away” and “Nobody Feelin’ No Pain” contrasts dramatically with the feverish thumper “Wide Awake” or the crunchy, edgy and atmospheric “Alone with You.”
Growing up in Kernersville, North Carolina, Chris Lane listened to all of the requisite country music staples: Alan Jackson, George Strait, KennyChesney and Garth Brooks. But as a child of the Nineties, he was also shaped by the smooth pop and R&B sounds of artists like Justin Timberlake, Usher and the Backstreet Boys. Now, as he prepares to release his anticipated debut EP for Big Loud Records, Lane has drawn upon those influences to create music for the modern country fan. His new single "Fix" showcases that impressively natural singing style. Written by Sarah Buxton, Jesse Frasure and Abe Stoklasa, the song is a vibrant jam, about finding that one person who gives you exactly what you need. Lane delivers it with a southern voice and a sophisticated touch, announcing the arrival of a new brand of country star — one with a keen ear for what fans are listening to today.
Standing Room Only (Track and Bleacher area): $40.00
Grandstand (Reserved Seating): $36.00
This show was such a hit, we brought it back! A freestyle motocross stunt show is by far one of the craziest things you will witness with your own eyes. Dialed Action Sports Team has professional FMX riders who have competed in the Mountain Dew Tour, X-Games, Nitro Circus and various other major events.
Bleacher (General Admission): $5.00
Grandstand (General Admission): $5.00
Planes, trains and automobiles. Lady Antebellum has spent plenty of time in all three. Driven by the need to continually evolve, the country trio always seems to be in transit, pushing toward a newer, bolder sound one minute and hitting the road for a worldwide tour the next. Sometimes, those two things happen at once.
With 747, Lady Antebellum's fifth album, the band captures the speed and spirit of its critically- acclaimed live show in 11 new songs. Bandmates Charles Kelley, Hillary Scott and Dave Haywood may have formed the group in Nashville, with all three singers harmonizing for the first time around Haywood's piano, but they earned their stripes on the road. That's where Lady Antebellum truly came alive, mixing the rootsy stomp of forward-thinking Country music with the swooning, sweeping sound of three voices that were born to mesh.
The Hobbs Sisters bring a killer combination of big voices, twin sister harmonies and high energy performance to the stage. Whether headlining shows in the Pittsburgh tri-state area or opening for national acts such as Brett Eldredge, The Swon Brothers and more, they are making a name for themselves as both singers and entertainers. From their harmony-driven original songs to their unique interpretations of popular country covers, The Hobbs Sisters have created a sound that is all their own.
Growing up in Peters Township, Pennsylvania in Washington County, The Hobbs Sisters, Hannah and Lauren, were always singing.They credit both their grandfather, Pappaw John, and the church choir for getting them into music. It was their grandfather who first exposed them to country music and playing the guitar.
Standing Room Only (Track & Bleacher area): $65.00
Grandstand (Reserved Seating): $60.00