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2019 FAIR SCHEDULE July 17th- July 21st

Fair Hours of Operation

Wednesday(Senior/Veteran get in free): 10 a.m.-10 p.m.
Thursday(Jr Rodeo/Kids free till 3p.m.): 10 a.m.-10 p.m.
Friday(NPRA): 10 a.m.-12 a.m.(midnight)
Saturday(NPRA): 10 a.m.-12 a.m.(midnight)
Sunday(Carnival buddy day): 10 a.m.-5 p.m.

DEMOLITION DERBY

Join us on July 21st from 12:00 Noon – 3:00 PM for the 2019 Columbia County Fair and Rodeo Demolition Derby! This is an action packed event with hard hitting V8’s and 4 cylinders you wont want to miss! FREE with fair admission!

Interested in participating in the Demolition Derby?
Pre Registration: $50
At The Gate: $75
Pit Crew Passes: $25

Total Purse: $10,000
V8:
$3,000 to Win
4 Cylinder:
$5,000 to Win

For more information on participating please call Darrin Rye at 503-369-2133!

FULL FAIR SCHEDULE

Main Event

Jackson Michelson

Jackson Michelson

Jackson Michelson

Jackson Michelson

Multiple performances

Piano Juggler

Piano Juggler

The Perceptives

The Perceptives

SH Public Library Ukulele Orchestra

SH Public Library Ukulele Orchestra

WEDNESDAY JULY 17

The Decades are a Columbia County Band, "bringing back the sounds and memories of time gone by" playing vintage, classic and contemporary rock 'n roll. Much like the music they play, the band is a mix of "oldies but goodies" mixing a variety of styles and eras to include something for everyone.

THURSDAY JULY 18

Lulu LaFever- Celebrating twenty years of Soulful Roadhouse sizzling jazz, blues and swing. Lulu is an award winning songwriter and Grammy member who writes the kind of songs you cant forget...haunting, lovely, mesmerizing vocals and guitar.
She is performing Thursday at 1:30pm and 4pm

Main Event

New to the Columbia County Fair & Rodeo, we welcome Jackson Michelson. Raised in Corvallis Oregon, Jackson started off his country music career up the west coast and continued to Nashville, earning a record contract with Curb Records in the process. Now, with a record deal under his belt, Michelson is prepping for the next phase of his career. There are new shows to play, new songs to be written and new opportunities to explore. But he's still the boy from Corvallis, happy to sing about "The Good Life" — a life he's built himself, show by show and song by song — to an audience that continues to grow.

Multiple Performances

New to The Columbia County Fair & Rodeo, The Piano Juggler. Dan Menendez combines comedy, juggling and music for his performance as "The Piano Juggler". He will be performing multiple times during fair hours Thursday-Sunday.

Also new, The Perceptives-"where perception is reality!" The Perceptives can bend metal With their minds, explode a light bulb with just a glance, re-create drawings with eyes completely covered with REAL STICKY DUCT TAPE! They will be performing multiple times during fair hours Thursday-Sunday.

FRIDAY JULY 19

Jessie Leigh-Since winning the prestigious "Ponderosa Battle of the Bands" in 2015, Jessie Leigh has been busy creating memories for fans at shows all over the West Coast. Strongly rooted in Oregon, Jessie continues to use Northwest based artists on the road, Oregon based producers in the studio, and the unparalleled West Coast scenery in her recently released music video. She will be performing Friday 4:30 pm-6 pm.

SATURDAY JULY 20

Welcoming Sara McMahon, singer/songwriter, age 24, grew up in Vernonia, Oregon. She’s been on the scene playing music around the Pacific Northwest for the past couple years She describes her style as Folk/Country/Rock. More recently she has been asked to play at a songwriting showcase in eastern Oregon in the spring, and she will be putting out her first demo CD/EP "The HWY 47 Tapes" in early 2019." She will be performing Saturday of Fair from 4 pm-5:30 pm.

Sunday July 21

Welcoming to the fair this year, Big River Big Band! Director Larry Jackson, is retired after 39 years of teaching music in Oregon public schools. Local tenor sax player Wes Drumheller and Larry started the band in the fall of 2018. They decided to gather a group of local musicians with a passion for performing big band music of all styles from the 1930’s to present day. The group is made up of local instrumentalists spanning in age from high school to retired for many years. Their mission is to serve the people of Columbia County by performing quality music in a big band setting that appeals to a wide range of listeners.
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