2020 Elbert County Fair Parade Marshalls
Russ and Mary Steen

Elbert County Fair

Exciting news! Matt Stell will be our concert on Saturday, August 5th following the Bulls, Broncs and Buckaroos rodeo!
Best news! Matt Stell is a FREE concert brought to you by our awesome sponsors!
*Matt Stell is a free concert, no ticket required. However, there will be an occupancy limit at the fairgrounds.
The Elbert County Fair Board reserves the right to limit the number of concert attendees per occupancy codes for safety if necessary.

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In just three years, RECORDS Nashville PLATINUM artist Matt Stell has quickly made his mark on Country music, amassing over half a BILLION on-demand streams with back-to-back #1s: “Prayed For You” and “Everywhere But On,” plus fan-favorites “Boyfriend Season” and “That Ain’t Me No More.” Furthermore, he’s one of only eight new artists to have consecutive #1s in the past six years. With Billboard touting his “versatile” style, he’s the first-ever artist to receive a virtual plaque from the RIAA for multi-week breakout “Prayed For You” which is 2X PLATINUM, and is an ASCAP Pop and Country most-performed song awards winner. “Man Made” is his current lead single off a new album expected next year, following his 2020 EP BETTER THAN THAT. Stacking high-profile TV looks with Good Morning America, The Kelly Clarkson Show, Bachelor in Paradise, and The Late Show with Stephen Colbert’s” #LateShowMeMusic digital series, he’s performed the national anthem for major NASCAR and NFL events, as well as having made his Grand Ole Opry debut. Currently on his 17-date headlining MAN MADE TOUR 2022, he’s previously supported Miranda Lambert, Old Dominion, and Chris Young. His collaborations also include being featured on “Over You Is You” by Tenille Arts, and “Hometown Boys” with Dierks Bentley and HARDY. Named a “One to Watch” by Vevo DSCVR, MusicRow’s Next Big Thing, CMT Discovery Artist, YouTube Music Artist on the Rise, and more, the self-taught vocalist and guitar-player from Arkansas officially made the move to Music City in 2014 after turning down Harvard University’s Extension School Pre-Med program. Launching Give A Damn Foundation in 2020, his charitable efforts have supported St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, Doctors Without Borders, and the Humane Society, among others

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