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Aug 19th Berrien County Youth Fair ~ Berrien Springs~ MI


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Fair officials are also excited to bring back ACM and CMT Award-winning country music artist Scotty McCreery on Thursday, August 19. 

  McCreery previously performed at the Berrien County Youth Fair in 2014.  The show will be welcomed by 97.5 Y Country, and presented by Honor Credit Union.


McCreery is currently rising up the charts with his hit song “You Time” from a new album due to be released later this year.  His most recent album, the Gold-certified Seasons Change, featured the North Carolina-born artist’s three No. 1 hits: “Five More Minutes,” “This is It,” and “In Between.”  After winning “American Idol” in 2011, he made history by becoming the first country artist, as well as the youngest male artist to have an album debut at No. 1 on the all-genre Billboard Top 200.  McCreery has sold more than three million albums and is also known for hit songs including “See You Tonight,” “Feelin’ It,” and “Water Tower Town.” The artist once voted both Country Music’s Hottest Bachelor and Country Music’s Sexiest Man by the readers of NASH Country Weekly Magazine has now been married three years to his high school sweetheart.  Adding to his extensive career, McCreery  also found time to write the book Go Big or Go Home; The Journey Toward the Dream, which was released in hardback in 2016 and paperback in 2021.  Along with his die-hard fan base known as “The McCreerians,” the Berrien County Youth Fair is excited to bring this star back to the Fair to help us celebrate the 75th Anniversary.




Tickets $48. $38 .$12



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AWESOME as always! Man can't tell you how awesome it was to see him again and to see him smile while he was up there! He's truly grateful to be doing what he loves! Scotty McCreery thank you for an awesome concert!




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The sound on a few of the videos was actually top quality....great to watch/listen to them.  (On some of the others the sound was OK but not sharp enough.)  However, I am grateful to the people who did take the time to take those photos and record those videos....and post them.


And thanks, Sandy, for finding these and brining them here.

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