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2017 Highlights
Cold Creek County
Cold Creek County come by their name naturally. Cold Creek, after all, runs through the rolling hills, apple orchards and villages in central Ontario near locations the band members call home.

Nestled in the rural in-betweens of Peterborough and Belleville, Ontario, (lead vocals/acoustic guitar) calls Brighton, population 4,800, home. Drummer is from nearby Hastings and its 1,200 population. Josh Lester (guitar/vocals) and (bass/vocals), the sons of bluegrass master Emory Lester, hail from the outskirts of Frankford, population 2,500. Lead guitarist, the relative city slicker in the group, is originally from Stratford, Ontario, population 30,000. Band members literally cross Cold Creek to get to each other’s homes.

Chief believes Cold Creek County, who’ve already opened for the likes of Tim Hicks, Kira Isabella, Travis Tritt and Jason Blain in their short time together, have what it takes to touch country fans, be they from small towns or big cities.

“Cold Creek County is a band that has all the pieces to the puzzle to succeed,” he says. “They’re great people with a great drive. They can play, sing and write music that is current and relevant to the country world and their dedication to putting on an amazing live show will surely transform into a large fan base that will follow and love this band.”

Cold Creek County deliver a powerful, dynamic sound that’s already captured a sizeable fan base. Being heavily influenced by Country and Rock, the band brings both worlds together in a way that’s sure to get your feet stomping. Cold Creek County spent 2014 honing their sound and performances winning at the 2014 Wire Awards and opening for country stars including Dallas Smith, Emerson Drive, Kira Isabella and Jason Blain.

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Saturday, June 10 TBA


The Washboard Union
In the few years they have been together, The Washboard Union have defied classification and become one of the most exciting and talked about new bands on the Canadian Country music scene. They are a sextet out of Vancouver led by principle members Aaron Grain, Chris Duncombe, and David Roberts. The three share a very similar unconscious soundtrack and unbridled love for the art of songwriting and storytelling. The three have been friends seemingly forever and the music they make has set them apart as one of the most unique talents in country music today. The band recorded their latest EP ‘In My Bones’ in the legendary RCA Studio A in Nashville, Tennessee. Originally built in 1964 as the home for Chet Atkins, RCA has been home to some of the most prolific recording artists in Nashville’s rich history including Dolly Parton, Tony Bennett, The Beach Boys, and more.

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Saturday, June 10 TBA


Quinton Blair
Honest as a day spent on a tractor, and driven like the drifting Prairie snow. Manitoba Country Music Association Roots Artist of the Year 2015 & 2016, Quinton Blair is a self-ordained troubadour, tale-spinner and songwriter. Imagine Steve Earle jamming with Dwight Yoakam, minus the burden of fame. Influenced by the likes of Rodney Crowell, Chris Stapleton and Merle Haggard, his brand of strikingly diverse roots/country music casts a wide loop, and captivates audiences with witty stories and relatable songs.
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Saturday, June 10 TBA

Blackout Fireworks
The Niverville Olde Tyme Country Fair in conjuction with the international awarding winning design team from Archangel Fireworks, will be hosting an all new and even more amazing blackout fireworks spectacular which will explode with vivid color, never before seen special effects, sound and emotion. We have something totally new and exciting planned! Turn your eyes to the skies, look up, look way up, for the largest show Niverville has ever seen… Sometimes bigger IS better!
Friday, June 9 11:00 p.m.


Show 'n' Shine Car Show
Expected to be the biggest ever, Niverville Fair’s Show ‘n’ Shine will be held the Friday night of the Fair. Last year’s attendance was well beyond expectation. The Show ‘n’ Shine is open to all specialty vehicles. In the past we have had over 175 vehicles representing everything from Rat Rods to Concourse Restorations, from Big Fins to V-Twins. If you have a vintage car or any specialty vehicle (including motorcycles), we invite you to come out and show it off at Niverville Fair’s Show ‘n’ Shine. We will be offering the participants a roped off car show area which is available on a first come first served basis. The Show ‘n’ Shine is open to the public at 6:00p.m. but will be open to participants one hour earlier. Our primary goal has always been to make the “Show ‘n’ Shine” fun and entertaining for both spectators and participants!
Friday, June 9 5:30 p.m.

Merchandise & Food Vendors
The Niverville Olde Tyme Country Fair promises to be even more exciting than any other venue! This is a great opportunity to show over 11,000 people your merchandise or services! Limited spaces are available. All trade show and market booths are outdoors and centrally located on the fairgrounds!
Friday, June 9 6:00 p.m.
Saturday, June 10 12:00 NOON


Wonder Shows Midway
Rides of thrill, games of skill and carnival treats await you! Niverville Olde Tyme Country Fair is pleased to present 3 acres of, family-owned and operated, Wonder Shows Midway!

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Friday, June 9 5:30 p.m.
Saturday, June 10 12:00 NOON
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