The Missouri State Fair has announced its opening night fair act, and it's a voice Country music fans are very familiar with.

One-half of Florida Georgia Line, Tyler Hubbard, will headline the grandstand Thursday, August 10 at 7:30 PM on opening night. Hubbard's already had a remarkable career with 19 number-one singles, countless awards, and sold-out tours. After reaching great heights as a performer and writer as one half of the duo Florida Georgia Line, Hubbard is getting ready to release his first solo album, and fans may have heard his debut solo single "5 Foot 9".

Opening for Hubbard in the grandstand that night is ACM New Vocal Duo/Group of the year Parmalee. This band of brothers has the unique distinction of being only one of four groups since 2001 to earn three consecutive top 10 singles from their debut album. The North Carolina natives followed that up with their number 1 single with Blanco Brown, "Just the Way", and then their single "Take My Name" became a huge hit on country radio stations.

Tickets to see Tyler Hubbard with Parmalee will go on sale, along with tickets for all Missouri State Fair Grandstand shows, at 9:00 AM CDT on Tuesday, June 27, through Etix. All concert tickets are reserved. Track tickets for this show will cost $50, while grandstand seats are priced at $45.

Ticket prices do not include a convenience fee added to all tickets, nor do they include fair admission tickets. The Missouri State Fair Box Office will be open and selling tickets, while supplies last, starting at Noon on Tuesday, June 27. Fair box office hours will remain Noon - 6 PM CDT Monday - Friday through August 4, before extending their hours in the immediate ramp-up to the fair and during the fair.

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