Aaron Watson will be the Saturday night musical headliner at the annual Howard County Fair in Big Spring.  The Howard County Fair is a staple for the city of Big Spring and Howard County.

Every year they bring a live music act and this year they have chosen Aaron Watson. Aaron Watson along with special guests Tyler Brandon and School of Rock.

Tickets for Aaron Watson are $20 for Standing VIP. Tables are also available. To purchase tickets and tables CLICK HERE!

Aaron Watson, of course, is an icon when it comes to Texas Music. He has been making music and touring for a very long time. Aaron released his first album "Singers and Songwriters, " back in 1999, he released another album in 2000, but it wasn't his until his third album "Shut Up and Dance, " that he really drew attention. This was the first album that cuts from the album got radio air play. Now he has a total of 16 albums he has released.

Ethan Miller, Getty Images
Ethan Miller, Getty Images

Other attractions you can enjoy are:

The Pride of Texas Carnival, enjoy all your favorite carnival rides and games. Cost is not included in your general admission entry fee. Rides and games will be extra.

The Beer Garden

The Exotic Petting Zoo

Tonight they will have dueling pianos for your entertainment.

$3,000.00 Karaoke Contest

You can talk the entire family out to the Howard County Fair. You can find something for everyone. Let the kids ride the rides, dad can enjoy the fair food and mom can go shopping with all of the vendors.


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