Breakout Star Bryce Vine to Bring Pop, Hip-Hop, Electronic, Dance Blend to The Great New York State Fair

Breakout Star Bryce Vine to Bring Pop, Hip-Hop, Electronic, Dance Blend to The Great New York State Fair

Bryce Vine will bring his genre-blending, East-Meets-West-Coast sound to Chevy Court on Sunday, August 28 at 6 p.m.. This is Vine’s first appearance at the Great New York State Fair.

The 34-year-old breakout star is known for his laid-back, hip-hop vibe. The success of the double-platinum “Drew Barrymore” from his debut album “Carnival” sent Vine on a sold-out headline tour in 2019 – and he hasn’t slowed down since. Vine gained more momentum with the platinum “La La Land” featuring YG and “I’m Not Alright” with Loud Luxury. His signature sound fuses punk spirit – which alternative music fans may associate with Blink 182 – with homages to hip hop artists including Tupac and Outkast.

“We’ve seen Bryce Vince perform on talk shows and late-night comedy shows, and now we get to see him perform right here at the Great New York State Fair,” said interim Fair Director Sean Hennessey. “We’re so excited to welcome one of the hottest acts in the country.”

All concerts in the Chevrolet Music Series are free with Fair admission. Tickets – just $3 – are on sale now at the State Fair’s website. All concerts at the Fair are sponsored by Chevrolet.

To date, Chevrolet Music Festival concerts announced include:

  • Steven Page, 1 p.m. August 24, Chevy Court stage
  • PLUSH, 2 p.m., August 24, Chevy Park stage
  • Jimmie Allen, 6 p.m. August 24, Chevy Court stage
  • Chevelle, 8 p.m. August 24, Chevy Park stage
  • Great White, 6 p.m. August 25, Chevy Court stage
  • The Art of Rap featuring Ice-T, 8 p.m. August 25, Chevy Park stage
  • Jeff Rosenstock, 1 p.m. August 26, Chevy Court stage
  • Niko Moon, 6 p.m. August 26, Chevy Court stage
  • TLC, 8 p.m. August 26, Chevy Park stage
  • Tesla, 6 p.m. August 27, Chevy Court stage
  • Foreigner, 8 p.m. August 28, Chevy Park stage
  • Chubby Checker, 1 p.m. August 29, Chevy Court stage
  • Max Weinberg, 6 p.m., August 29, Chevy Court stage
  • Boyz II Men, 8 p.m. August 29, Chevy Park stage
  • Herman’s Hermits Starring Peter Noone, 1 p.m. August 30, Chevy Court stage
  • Big & Rich with Cowboy Troy, 6 p.m. August 30, Chevy Court stage
  • Boy George & Culture Club, 8 p.m. August 30, Chevy Park stage
  • 38 Special, 6 p.m., September 1, Chevy Court stage
  • Nelly, 8 p.m. August 31, Chevy Park stage
  • Alex Miller, 1 p.m., September 1, Chevy Court stage
  • Riley Green, 8 p.m. September 1, Chevy Park stage
  • Tai Verdes, 1 p.m. September 2, Chevy Court stage
  • Lizzy McAlpine, 2 p.m., September 2, Chevy Park stage
  • Gin Blossoms, 6 p.m. September 2, Chevy Court stage
  • 24KGoldn, 8 p.m. September 2, Chevy Park stage
  • COIN, 2 p.m. September 3, Chevy Park stage
  • Dropkick Murphys, 8 p.m. September 3, Chevy Park stage
  • Midnight Star (Headlining Annual FunkFest), 8:30 p.m. Chevy Court stage
  • City Girls, 8 p.m. September 4, Chevy Park stage
  • Resurrection – A Journey Tribute Band, 1 p.m., Chevy Park stage
  • Night Ranger, 4 p.m. September 5, Chevy Court stage
  • Dire Straits Legacy, 6 p.m. September 5, Chevy Park stage

 

Founded in 1841, the Great New York State Fair showcases the best of New York agriculture, provides top-quality entertainment and is a key piece of the state’s CNY Rising strategy of growing the Central New York economy through tourism. The 2022 Fair begins Wednesday, August 24, and continues through Monday, September 5.  

The New York State Fairgrounds is a 375-acre exhibit and entertainment complex that operates all year. Audiences are encouraged to learn more about the Great New York State Fair online, and follow the fun on FacebookTwitter, and Instagram. Guests are invited to see photos from the Fair on Flickr and ideas are always welcome. New Yorkers are encouraged to send suggestions via email to statefairideas@agriculture.ny.gov 

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