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Country Singer Lee Brice Added To Ohio State Fair Concert Lineup

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South Carolina-born country singer Lee Brice plays the Ohio State Fair August 3.

The Ohio State Fair on Tuesday announced country singer Lee Brice as the final addition to its summer concert lineup, which also includes the Beach Boys, Reba McEntire, TLC and "Daily Show" host Trevor Noah. 

Brice will perform Friday, August 3, at 7 p.m. His hits include "A Woman Like You," "Hard to Love" and "I Drive Your Truck." 

In addition, the fair has added big-name artists for the first time to its free Main Street Stage, which traditionally features Ohio-born musicians and up-and-coming performers from around the country. This year's name-recognizable acts include '90s alternative band Sister Hazel and country duo Love and Theft. 

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Sister Hazel may be best known for their 1994 hit "All For You."

Tickets are not required for the free shows. Tickets for Brice's performance go on sale Friday, June 8, at 10 a.m. View the full 2018 Ohio State Fair music lineup here