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Kane Brown’s Concert at Medina Fair is Highly Anticipated


When it was announced that Kane Brown was coming to the Medina County Fair back in May, his fans made the show a viral sensation. When tickets went on sale fans spent countless hours online and on the phone trying to get them due to snafus with the ticketing system, but it still sold out in days.

The excitement for the show hasn’t slowed down since then and even though there isn’t a ticket available through the Medina County Fair, Brown’s fans have been paying 2-3 times face value ($30) through online ticket brokers. The event page for the event has drawn nearly one million views and even though there are only 8,700 seats at the fair, those stating that they are going or interested on the page has topped 18,000 people.

Brown, began his career by posting covers of popular songs on YouTube and then recording an independent six-song EP in Nashville in 2014. That EP spawned Brown’s first country hit, “Don’t Go City On Me,” and since then he’s scored major airplay on country radio with singles including “Used to Love You Sober,” “Heaven,” “Lose It” and “What Ifs,” a duet with Lauren Alaina.

He was also recently included on a list by Time magazine that celebrates individuals who are changing the status quo of the American South. Brown was chosen for how he has “has bucked norms at every step of his journey…as a “biracial singer in a genre dominated by white stars,” as Time described him.

Kane Brown will be performing at the Medina County Fair on Thursday, August 2 with special guests SmithField. Showtime is 8pm. The show is Sold Out.

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