Friday, August 1 8-10 PM
Sponsored by Oswego Travel
For the past six years, Friday night on the Family Stage at the Fair has meant one thing—Karaoke. This year is no different as April Morganegg, owner of Oswego Travel and co-coordinator of the karaoke competition is ready to find this year’s Karaoke champion in the 7th Annual Karaoke Contest are chosen through three preliminary rounds held at various venues throughout the area in the weeks prior to the fair.
Immediately following the karaoke finals
Saturday, August 2nd 1/2 hour shows at 12 pM, 2 PM and 4 PM
A regular at the fair, Rob always amazes audience members of all ages with his slight of hand magic and his keen sense of humor. A nationally acclaimed magician, Rob weaves his magic skills into a spellbinding show packed with astounding illusions, audience participation, and a whole lot of laughter.
Saturday, August 2nd from 6:30-8:30 PM
Unlike most cover bands that specialize in a narrow play chart of music from one specific decade, part of Red Woody’s philosophy is that “there are great songs from every decade. Why not play them?” Diversity means that an audience can expect to hear songs from Skynard, Poison, The Stones, Tom Petty, Bon Jovi, Neon Trees, Lady Gaga…to name just a few…all in one set!
The other part of Red Woody’s philosophy is that every show should be a party. This hard working, high energy group of guys will do everything they can to make sure their audience is having a great time.
Saturday, August 2nd from 9:00 – 11:30 PM
Comprised of musicians from northern Illinois, BCR brings a taste of Nashville to the Midwest in an energetic and exciting way. Concert goers can expect to hear many of their contemporary country favorites such as Lady Antebellum, Miranda Lambert, and the Zac Brown Band as well as classics like Johnny Cash and Lynyrd Skynyrd. In addition, BCR has put their efforts to a playlist of original music sure to please listeners as well. Don’t miss out on a night of great country music!
Junior Talent Contest
Sunday, August 3rd at 2 PM
The Junior Talent Show returns to the Kendall County Fair, and we are looking for the young talent of Kendall County. Kids 14 and under are invited to compete for the chance to represent Kendall County at the Illinois Association of Agricultural Fairs in Springfield in January. The type of talent is open to any stage act…from vocalists, to dancers, to musicians, to gymnasts, to magicians….the list is almost endless.