Brad Paisley headlines 2004 Berrien Youth Fair lineup

By Staff
BERRIEN SPRINGS -- Country music's Brad Paisley will lead the entertainment lineup at this year's Berrien County Youth Fair, set for Aug. 16 through 21.
The county youth fair board today released its plans for this year's event, known as one of the largest youth fairs in the Midwest.
In addition to Paisley, who will perform Friday night of fair week in the grandstand, the youth fair will host on Saturday a Demolition Derby by Unique Motor Sports.
Paisley is most well known for his country music hit, "I'm Gonna Miss Her," also known as "The Fishin' Song."
Tickets for all events go on sale on Saturday, Feb. 28, from 9 a.m. to noon.
The grandstand entertainment schedule for the 2004 Youth Fair includes:
SPECIAL PRICING FOR TRACTOR PULLS: Both nights of pulls for $15 (Save $1)
Tickets are free.
ALSO ON WEDNESDAY: High School children and younger are admitted for FREE to the Fair. Rides are discounted until 5 p.m.
Tickets may be purchased:
1) at the Fair Office in Berrien Springs
2) by calling the Fair Office (269) 473-1500 OR (269) 473-4251
3) purchase online at www.bcyf.org
(phone &internet orders must use a visa or mastercard for payment and a $1.00 handling fee per ticket will be charged) SPECIAL SALE ON ONE-DAY ADMISSION TICKETS Until Aug. 1: One-day admission tickets will be on sale for $3 each with the purchase of a grandstand ticket (that is $2 off the regular price) Fair Office hours are Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. The fari office is located at 9122 OLD US 31, P.O. Box 7, Berrien Springs, MI 49103. Call (269) 473-4251 or (269) 473-1500.

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