Country star to headline Choctaw Indian Fair

Country star to headline Choctaw Indian Fair


One-half of the multi-latinum duo Florida Georgia Line will close out this year’s Choctaw Indian Fair set for July 10-13.

The Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians recently announced the 74th edition of the Fair where attendees can enjoy four days of fun, Native American social celebrations, cultural activities, Tribal arts and crafts, demonstrations and exhibits, the thrilling action of World Series Stickball, and professional nightly entertainment.  

Headlining the Main Stage are featured Tribal ceremonies as well as one of Contemporary Christians’ top artists, a group of ‘90s Hitmakers and a chart-topping Country music superstar. 

Beginning Wednesday, July 10, fair stage activities officially kick off with Opening Ceremonies featuring Tribal Chief Cyrus Ben followed by the 69th Annual Choctaw Indian Princess Pageant.  

On Thursday, July 11, live on the main stage is world-renowned Grammy award-winning Contemporary Christian artist Michael W. Smith. And Friday, July 12, highlights iconic 90s hip-hop and R & B artists with the I Love the 90s Tour featuring Blackstreet, Rob Base, Montell Jordan and Young MC. Closing out fair week on Saturday, July 13, is country music megastar with 21 No. 1 singles on country radio, countless awards and sold-out tours, Tyler Hubbard, one-half of the multi-platinum duo Florida Georgia Line.  

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