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Friday, September 23 Vespers Service 7:00pm
Saturday, September 24
Weis Markets Day
Midlife Cowboys 1:00pm
Sapphire 3:00pm
Midlife Cowboys 5:00pm
Stanky and the Coal Miners 7:00pm
Sapphire 9:00pm
Sunday, September 25
Giant Foods Day
Tommy Guns Band 1:00pm
Sapphire 3:00pm
Blue Silk & Satin 5:00pm
Sapphire 7:00pm
Tommy Guns Band 9:00pm
Monday, September 26
PA Lottery Day
North Schuylkill High School Band 10:00am
Wyoming Valley West High School Band 10:30am
Mid Valley Area High School Marching Band and Spartan Steel Band 11:00am
Make Mine Country Band 1:00pm
Chris Ruble 2:30pm
Jean and American Dream 4:00pm
Make Mine Country Band 5:30pm
Banjo Contest 7:00pm
Jean and American Dream 9:00pm
Tuesday, September 27
Metzgar Wickersham Day
MT. Carmel High School High School Band 10:00am
Line Mountain High School Band 10:30am
Hazleton High School Band 11:00am
Make Mine Country Band 1:00pm
Mahoney Brothers 3:00pm
Make Mine Country Band 5:00pm
Fiddle Contest 7:00pm
Mahoney Brothers 9:00pm
Wednesday, September 28
Kohr’s Orange Ade Day
Millville High School Band 10:00am
Southern Columbia High School Band 10:30am
Hanover Area High School Band 11:00am
Michael Blaine 1:00pm
Mahoney Brothers 3:00pm
Michael Blaine 5:00pm
Barbershop Quartet Contest 7:00pm
Mahoney Brothers 9:00pm
Thursday, September 29
Verizon Wireless Day
Jersey Shore High School Band 10:00am
G.A.R. High School Band 10:30am
South Williamsport High School Band 11:00am
Michael Blaine 1:00pm
Katie Rubino 3:00pm
Tommy Guns Band 5:00pm
Michael Blaine 7:00pm
Tommy Guns Band 9:00pm
Friday, September 30
Valley Ag & Turf Day
Montgomery High School Band 10:00am
Nativity B.V.M. High School Band 10:30am
Raven Creek 1:00pm
Kendall Phillips 2:30pm
Raven Creek 4:00pm
Jean and American Dream 5:30pm
Kendall Phillips 7:00pm
Jean and American Dream 9:00pm
Saturday, October 1
Geisinger Day
Kendall Phillips 1:00pm
Rick K. and the Allnighters 3:00pm
First Columbia Teen Stars 5:00pm
Kendall Phillips 7:00pm
Rick K. and the Allnighters 9:00pm

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midlifecowboys

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First Columbia Teen Stars

Dan-n-GallaMusicalShow

Dan & Galla enjoy performing “all over” the Bloomsburg Fair. And it’s a party wherever they are, with fair-goers joining their show hula hooping, or playing tambourines or dancing on the Midway.

Dan & Galla will be appearing at Harness Racing Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday starting at 10:30. Look for them in the grandstand, playing music between races. Come cheer on your favorite horses and sing along with Dan & Galla’s diverse repertoire ~ free admission!

They will be performing in the Horticulture Building Saturday (9/25) at 7:00; Sunday 5:00 & 7:00; Monday 11:00 & 1:00 and Tuesday at 5:00 & 7:00. They will be in front of the Large Arena in the Children’s Area with Bloomsburg Fair Mascot, Farmer Bloom on Saturday (9/24) at 5:00; Sunday at 3:00, Monday at 4:00. On Thursday they will be joined by renowned Hoop Dance Artist Theresa Ciavarella in front of the Large Arena at 3:00.

Their love of music and positive energy on stage appeals to all ages as they both sing and play numerous instruments. Galla plays flute, balalaika (Russian 3-stringed instrument) and guitar. Dan is an accomplished pianist and plays keyboards and accordion.

With Dan & Galla, each show is fresh and unique, with “feel-good” music from the 50’s & 60’s, country, patriotic, Russian and lots more. They are “so much fun”. In addition to their lively stage shows, listen for them as they drive by in a ‘party cart’ serenading the midway. For more information, visit them on the web at www.gallaanddan.com.

Performance Schedule

Saturday, September 24 1:30pm Farm Museum Pumpkin Decorating
5:00pm Outside Large Arena with Farmer Bloom
7:00pm Horticulture Building
Sunday, September 25 3:00pm Outside Large Arena with Farmer Bloom
5:00pm Horticulture Building
7:00pm Horticulture Building
Monday, September 26 11:00am Horticulture Building
1:00pm Horticulture Building
4pm – 5:30pm Outside Large Arena with Farmer Bloom
Tuesday, September 27 10:30am – 2:00pm Music & Harness Racing in Grandstand
5:00pm Horticulture Building
7:00pm Horticulture Building
Wednesday, September 28 10:30 – 2:00 Music & Harness Racing in Grandstand
Thursday, September 29 10:30 – 2:00 Music & Harness Racing in Grandstand
3:00 – 4:30 Outside Large Arena with Farmer Bloom and Hoop Dance Artist Theresa Ciavarella
Friday, September 30 10:00-2:00 Horse Pulls – Inside Large Arena

JunkRock
Performing on OIL DRUMS, PLASTIC TUBES, MILK CANS, and VARIOUS UNUSUAL OBJECTS, JUNK ROCK makes the audience part of every show! With comedic wit, virtuosic drumming, and unique showmanship, JUNK ROCK keeps you movin’ and groovin’ to the beat!

Strolling Daily
11am – 6pm

TheresaCiavarellaTheresa discovered hoop dance five years ago. As a full-time honors student at Penn State, she used hooping to relieve stress and to stay in shape. Since then she has become passionate about this fun and expressive form of dance.

In 2014 Theresa was featured in Hooping.org for her fantastic performance at DuBois Community Days. She has performed at Stage AE in Pittsburgh and has been featured in numerous festivals, fairs and community events throughout the region.

Theresa can be found performing at the Bloomsburg Fair: Thursday September 29, Friday September 30 and Saturday October1 near the Livestock Arena

mattepiscopoMatt has enjoyed making people laugh since he was a small boy. He began to study magic seriously in 1989 and took his art to the next level under the mentorship of a well-respected fellow magician Ron Zollweg from Utica, NY. Matt is a member of two of the most prestigious magic membership organizations in the world. For the International Brotherhood of Magicians (IBM), Matt is a member of Ring 101 Utica, NY. He is also a member of the Society of American Magicians (SAM) Assembly 14 in Syracuse, NY.

Matt Episcopo has won esteemed awards for magic, such as: The Walter Cummings Award, numerous times, and the Don Connelly Humanitarian Award. Matt is also one of only 200 magicians who attend the most prestigious gatherings of close-up magicians in the world, Fechter’s Finger Flicking Frolic (FFFF).

Matt is well known for his love of comedy and he always has a joke or funny story to share. His mission is to bring happiness to others and improve the world around him through laughter and smiles. Matt states, “Magic is my stress relief from the situations I see on a day-to-day basis. I love to see the smiles that my magic brings to people”.

Matt has over 21 years of law enforcement experience and is a highly decorated Captain. He has won many esteemed awards, including the Medal of Honor, Meritorious Service, Gallantry Star, Honorable Service, Sheriff’s Award and numerous citations. He is a certified police instructor and frequently utilizes comedy and magic to illustrate his points on unsuspecting cadets. Matt currently participates on a nation-wide technology work group on Biometrics for the National Institute of Justice. Matt has also served on protection details for President Clinton, former Soviet Union President Gorbachev and the Dalai Lama.

Matt Episcopo is a professional comedian and sleight of hand artist. His professional demeanor and speaking ability makes him a favorite for corporate events of all kinds. He entertains close up, with the magic happening in the hands of the people he is entertaining, and on stage with a customized show for every client. His performances include close up, sleight of hand effects, stage shows, stand up comedy, trade shows and Master of Ceremony or keynote addresses. He has performed for such groups as The American Heart Association, Americu Federal Credit Union, PAR Government, Peacemaker Program, Inc., charities and numerous others.

One of his favorite (and most well received) performances was in Carville, LA during his deployment with the Disaster Mortuary Operations Response Team (DMORT). DMORT is a federal disaster team that provides mobile morgue operations, search/recovery and forensic evaluations, during times of mass casualty. During his deployment in January 2006, in response to Hurricanes Katrina and Rita, Matt performed a magic show for his fellow DMORT team members. He received a standing ovation, and people are still talking about “Magic Matt” that broke the ice, relieved their stress under difficult conditions, and helped them laugh during tough times. While on a brief excursion to New Orleans, Matt had the pleasure of opening a show for Harry Anderson at his speakeasy, Oswald’s. Harry said, “That kid from New York is SMOOTH!”

Matt will be strolling the Fairground performing sleight of hand daily at 1, 3 and 5pm.

Blue Silk & Satin Jazz Band

The Blue Silk and Satin Jazz Band is an outgrowth of the Dallastown Area High School Jazz Band, originally formed in 1970. Through the years, that high school band focused on jazz and big band music and performed throughout the United States, the Bahamas, Bermuda and Mexico, winning many gold medals at International Music Adjudication Festivals.

The Present Blue Silk and Satin Jazz Band is comprised of alumni musicians who reside in southern Pennsylvania, Maryland and Deleware.

The band’ repertoire includes a wide range of music from the big band era of the 30s and 40s to the music of the 60s and 70s, such as Stan Kenton and Maynard Ferguson. Blue Silk and Satin is well-known in the York County area where it performs in a variety of venues, including performances for the Tall Cedars. For the past several years, the band has come north to play at Knoebel’s Grove each summer.

Mr. Ronald Hill, at the request of the alumni musicians, directs the band which he started many years ago.

Kendall Phillips is a CMA recording artist and BMI songwriter, best known for being an American Idol contestant and runner up on NBC’s Country Showdown. Her debut single, “You Should Know” broke the HOT 100 Music Row chart and peaked at #3 on the TOP 20 COUNTRY CHART.

Kendall Phillips

Saphire

Do you remember when MTV actually was Music Television?

Sapphire is an entertaining six piece female-fronted classic rock-n-roll band from Schuylkill County Pennsylvania.

January 2015 finds the band celebrating a thirteenth consecutive year of performing all the greatest hits from the video era of rock-n-roll music – The 80s!! The 80s!!

Sapphire boasts not only a great female vocalist, but also two great male vocalists to round out the band’s vocal needs. High-energy guitars, drums, and keyboards provide the remaining elements for a “true to original” sound.

Jukebox Heros

The Mahoney Brothers present “Jukebox Heroes Live”, featuring show stopping impersonations of many of the legendary musical acts of the last fifty years. The show includes tributes to Elvis Presley, The Beatles, Willie Nelson, Neil Diamond, Jerry Lee Lewis and more!

The Mahoney Brothers began their musical career working with the Broadway production of “Beatlemania” and have starred on stage in “Dick Clarks’ Golden Age of Television”, “Legends in Concert” and “Wolfman Jack’s Rock and Roll Revue”. They have performed internationally for over twenty five years and their television credits include appearances on CBS, The Nashville Network, The Disney channel, and MTV.

”Amazing! I thought they were lip synching” – Dick Clark