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Chevelle rocking the great NY state fair

Chevelle rocking the great NY state fair

By Blake Jackson

Get ready to rock this summer! Chevelle, a multi-platinum American rock band, will be lighting up the stage at the Great New York State Fair on Saturday, August 24th at 8:00 pm.

This is Chevelle's third time performing at the Fair, and fans are sure to be singing along to their favorite hits like "The Red," "Send the Pain Below," and "Vitamin R." The band boasts eight albums certified Multi-Platinum, Platinum, and Gold, solidifying their place in rock history.

"We're thrilled to welcome Chevelle back to the Fair," said Julie LaFave, Interim Fair Director. "Their energy is contagious, and it's going to be an unforgettable night."

Chevelle is known for their impressive collection of chart-topping albums, including "Wonder What's Next" and "This Type of Thinking Could Do Us In." They've consistently delivered critically acclaimed music, with albums like "Vena Sera" and "Sci-Fi Crimes" reaching the top spots on Billboard's Rock Albums chart.

Their success continued with "Hats off to the Bull," which climbed to No. 5 on the Billboard Top 200, and their No. 1 albums "La Gargola" (2014) and "The North Corridor" (2016). Their latest album, "NIRATIAS," has also been met with critical acclaim.

The Fair runs from Wednesday, August 21st through Labor Day, September 2nd. Concerts are included with Fair admission, which is just $8 for adults (free for children under 12 and seniors over 65).

Chevelle is just one act in the Fair's impressive Chevrolet Music Series, featuring 39 national recording artists in total. There will be daily concerts at 1 pm and 6 pm at Chevy Court and an 8 pm concert at Suburban Park throughout the Fair.

The full concert schedule will be continuously updated on the Fair's website. Don't miss your chance to rock out with Chevelle and experience all the fun the Great New York State Fair has to offer!

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