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Jackyl rocks NY state fair labor day

Jackyl rocks NY state fair labor day

By Blake Jackson

Get ready for a Labor Day celebration to remember! Rock legends Jackyl will headline the final concert of the 2024 Great New York State Fair on Monday, September 2nd at 6:00 pm at Suburban Park.

Jackyl, known for their electrifying live shows and hits like "The Lumberjack" and "I Stand Alone," is a perfect capstone to the Fair's 13-day run. Their debut album went double platinum, solidifying their place among rock royalty. They followed with another platinum hit, "Push Comes to Shove," further cementing their legacy.

"Jackyl's high-energy performances have thrilled audiences worldwide," said Julie LaFave, Interim Fair Director. "This is just one of the exciting concerts we have planned, with more announcements coming soon!"

Jackyl is renowned for pushing boundaries. They hold two Guinness World Records for playing an astonishing 100 shows in 50 days, including 21 in a single 24-hour period! Their latest album, "Jackyl 30 Coming in Hot," released in 2022, further solidified their rock and roll legacy.

The Fair runs from August 21st to September 2nd. All concerts are included in the Fair's admission price, making it the most affordable state fair in the country. Tickets are $8 for adults, with free admission for children under 12 and seniors over 65.

The Fair's Chevrolet Music Series boasts 39 national acts, with daily concerts at 1 pm and 6 pm at Chevy Court and an 8 pm show at Suburban Park. The Fair's website will keep concert schedules updated. Don't miss your chance to rock out with Jackyl and celebrate Labor Day at the Great New York State Fair!

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