Rising Star Martial Arts

Tuesday, October 4 at 7:00 p.m. –
Central Park Show Tent

Instructors, Competition Team members and students of Rising Star Martial Arts will be performing. Bring your family and friends to watch this highly entertaining and educational demonstration of martial arts skill.

The Jimmy Warner Band

Wednesday, October 5 at 7:30 p.m. – West Main Stage

Led by entertainer Jimmy Warner, The Jimmy Warner Band is ready to show off their catalogue of original music in 2016. From a diverse background of musical influences, the quartet finds common ground in high energy southern rock, taking cues from the likes of Blackberry Smoke and Joe Walsh. Whether playing “unplugged” style acoustic shows in small spaces, or cranking up the volume for a rock and roll concert, The Jimmy Warner Band brings musicianship and entertainment value to every venue.

Caroline Kole

First 100 seats reserved – $10.00. Call the Fair Office at 419-994-4391 for tickets.

Thursday, October 6 at 7:00 p.m. – West Main Stage

Caroline Kole has been making music professionally since she was 10 years old. Caroline is signed to Starstruck Records in Nashville, TN and is managed by Narvel Blackstock of Starstruck Entertainment.

Caroline released her first self-titled studio album in 2013. On the day of its release, it broke the iTunes Country Album Top 40.

Caroline has been on an international tour with Reba McEntire. Reba first saw Caroline perform at the famed Bluebird Cafe in Nashville. The two have been working together ever since.

When Caroline is not on the road with Reba, she and her band play coast to coast, and they have opened for artists such as Blake Shelton, Martina McBride, Eric Church, Alan Jackson and Charlie Daniels. Her music has also been featured on the DVD promoting the Warner Brothers film, Dolpin Tale, as well as the sequel Dolphin Tale 2.

Tommy Cash – A Tribute To My Brother Johnny Cash

First 100 seats reserved – $10.00. Call the Fair Office at 419-994-4391 for tickets.

Thursday, October 6 at 8:00 p.m. – West Main Stage

Recording star Tommy Cash will never forget growing up in Northeast Arkansas, the youngest of seven children…“I remember Mama and Daddy working long hours to provide for us and give us a good Christian home. Most of all, I remember a whole lot of love. My brother Johnny and I were the only two who made a career in the music business and I’m proud to do a special tribute to my brother…the legendary Johnny Cash in every show I perform.”

Joyful Noise

Friday, October 7 at 4:00 p.m. – West Main Stage

Recording artists Joyful Noise are a local, vocal group that started out six years ago as a Gospel group. Members Mona McMullen, Jennifer Moore and Jackie Holland each come from diverse musical backgrounds. You’ll enjoy their close harmony blend singing classic rock, country, R&B, gospel, Top 40 and Swing/Boogie era music. With covers from The Andrews Sisters, Steppenwolf, Miranda Lambert/Pistol Annies, Linda Ronstadt, Journey, Gaithers, Little Big Town and much more! Their show has something to please everyone.

Spiritual House

Friday, October 7 at 5:00 p.m. – West Main Stage

Spiritual House is a Christian rock ‘n’ roll band made up of John McMullen (guitar/vocals), Jackie Holland (vocals), Angie Heimberger (drums/vocals), Fred Anderson (bass), Mona McMullen (percussion/harmony vocals) and Jennifer Moore (harmony vocals).

They will be performing original songs from three recorded and released CDs from 1999-2005. The set will include an eclectic array of electric and acoustic rock songs.

God gave us rock ‘n’ roll and Spiritual House gives back by providing entertainment for all ages. Audience participation is highly encouraged.

Blues Angels

Friday, October 7 at 7:00 p.m. – West Main Stage

The Blues Angels formed in 1996 with founding members June Sparkman of Canton and Angie Heimberger of Loudonville, with James “Big Walk” Walker of Canton joining us in 2010. Recently we have had another blues guitar player, John Saylor of Perrysville, joining us for rhythm and tasteful fills.

We have performed at many fairs, festivals and lounges.

If you like the blues, join us for a must see evening of blues, funk and classic rock for all ages.

Shining Stars Dance Studio

Saturday, October 8 at 2:00 p.m. – West Main Stage

2016 Loudonville Fair Fiddle Contest

Saturday, October 8 at 3:00 p.m. – West Main Stage

Registration at 2:30 p.m.

Class 1 – Under 12 years old
Class 2 – 13 – 18 years old
Class 3 – Open

No show tunes to be played. Judging on 2 tunes – Hoe-Down and Waltz.


Saturday, October 8 at 5:00 p.m. – West Main Stage

Foxglove is a classic rock band with a hint of blues and country. Foxglove is made up of John McMullen (guitar/bass/vocals), Eden Brodie (bass/guitar/vocals) and Rick Eggerton (drums/vocals).

Covering songs from Jeff Healey, John Hiatt, The Allman Brothers, The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, The Mavericks, ZZ Top, B.B. King, Darius Rucker and Neil Young.

Foxglove originally formed in 1976. They played together for a year until high school graduation and college interfered with the aspirations of young dudes becoming rock stars. Foxglove was reformed literally and figuratively in 2015. Music has remained a part of the band members’ lives. All three have been part of bands and solo acts over the past 40 years. Eden graduated from Berkley School of Music in 1981. Foxglove’s aim is for everyone of all ages to be entertained throughout the performance. So come prepared to dance, shake a tambourine, hula hoop, or just sit back if that’s your thing.