Grand Forks District and Fall Fair and BCCMA team for Country Music Festival at fall fair

AJ Woodworth, Mike Sanyshyn and Grand Forks' Amanda Thate are amongst the acts at a Country Music Festival at the fall fair Aug. 24.

AJ Woodworth will be amongst the country music artists at the Grand Forks and District Fall Fair.

The Grand Forks and District Fall Fair in conjunction with the BC Country Music Association (BCCMA) wish to announce that on Saturday, Aug. 24 is Country Music Festival evening at the Grand Forks fall fair.

Grand Forks will have the unique opportunity of hosting 2012 BCCMA Female Artist of the Year, AJ Woodworth.

Also travelling to the fair is the 2012 Canadian Country Music Fiddler of the Year, Mike Sanyshyn.

There will be a full lineup Saturday evening, starting at 6 p.m. with Grand Forks’ own Undercover,  followed by BCCMA emerging artist Amanda Thate.

Sanyshyn will then take the stage with recording artist Tianna Lefebrve and rising star Brad Darrid.

Multiple-award winning AJ Woodworth will headline the evening.

Added to this year’s Grand Forks fall fair will be Classic Rock Night on Friday, Aug. 23, which will be headlined by the ‘70s hit rock band Stonebolt.

Opening for Stonebolt will be home grown Carson Highway.

– Submitted by Grand Forks and District Fall Fair Society

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