Big Free Concerts: Sister Hazel, Love and Theft, Welshly Arms
For the first time, the Ohio State Fair is adding big-name artists to the roster of talented musicians performing at its free Main Street Stage. Traditionally featuring Ohio-born musicians and up-and-coming performers from around the country, the Fair has added nationally-recognized groups including Sister Hazel, Love and Theft and Welshly Arms to its line-up of free entertainment for 2018.
Tickets will not be required to attend the three “big free concerts,” which are included with Fair admission.
- Sister Hazel (performing July 28 at 8:30 pm) most successful single, “All for You,” hit No. 11 on the Billboard Hot 100. The group has continued to produce their alternative blend of country, southern rock and pop for more than 20 years.
- As duo Love and Theft (August 2, 8:30 pm), Stephen Barker Liles and Eric Gunderson launched their career with the No. 1 country smash hit “Angel Eyes” and Top 10 hit “Runaway.”
- Cleveland’s Welshly Arms (August 1, 8 pm) recently released their 2018 full-length debut No Place is Home. Between stops at some of the country’s greatest music festivals including Summerfest, Firefly and Lollapalooza, Welshly Arms will perform in their home state at the Ohio State Fair.