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The Hobbs Sisters

The Hobbs Sisters When: Saturday & Sunday (Multiple Shows Each Day)
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The Hobbs Sisters bring a killer combination of big voices, twin sister harmonies and high energy performance to the stage.

Now based out of Nashville, TN, they are originally from Pittsburgh, PA and have played numerous fairs and festivals in the PA, WV and OH region. They have opened for many national acts such as Charlie Daniels, Lady Antebellum, and Brett Eldredge. From their harmony-driven original songs to their unique interpretations of popular country covers, The Hobbs Sisters are making a name for themselves as singers, songwriters and entertainers.

Career Highlights: 

The Hobbs Sisters have had the honor of opening for numerous national country acts. Most recently, they opened for Charlie Daniels at the Champaign County Fair in August 2017 and Lady Antebellum at the Clearfield County Fair in August 2016. They have also opened for Brett Eldredge, Diamond Rio, Aaron Tippin, and more. In 2014, they shared the stage with  Jana Kramer, Maddie and Tae, Cassadee Pope and Rae Lynn as part of Y108’s Girls With Guitars Concert. Their new single, Background Noise, is currently available on all digital platforms.


Growing up in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania,  The Hobbs Sisters, Hannah and Lauren, were always singing.They credit both their grandfather, Pappaw John, and the church choir for getting them into music. It was their grandfather who first exposed them to country music and playing the guitar.

They began performing as a duo in the Pittsburgh area, as well as in Winston Salem, NC, where they graduated from Wake Forest University. Hannah and Lauren have always had a love for harmony, which they frequently incorporate into their music. Whether adding it into cover songs or writing it into their original music, harmony has become the signature sound for the Hobbs Sisters.


Play Pictionary with TV Host Jerry O'Connell at the Fair

Play Pictionary with TV Host Jerry O'Connell at the Fair When: Sat, Aug 13th at 6pm
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Ready, set, sketch! America’s favorite party game “Pictionary” premiers on WBNX TV 55 this Fall! Host Jerry O’Connell will be live on stage at the Cuyahoga County Fair on Saturday, August 13th from 6-7PM playing Pictionary with teams of Fair patrons who pre-register via the WBNX website. Come meet Jerry and join the excitement ONLY at the Cuyahoga County Fair!

Get your teams ready (3 Players per team) and sign up starting July 25th at (where a full list of rules will be available) for your chance to play “Pictionary” on stage with Jerry O’Connell on Saturday, August 13th from 6-7PM.

David Anthony - Magician & Comedy Hypnotist

Hypnotist David Anthony When: All Week - See Fair Daily Calendar for Showtimes

Imagine the person that was sitting next to you just a few minutes ago is now up on stage and can’t remember their own name! Or better yet one of your friends is up on the stage claiming that their belly button was stolen. Then with a snap of David’s fingers they enter back into a hypnotic trance. Sounds entertaining huh? This is just the beginning of what to expect in the show. 

No one is forced to volunteer. David will invite anyone who wants to get hypnotized to join him and fill the 15-20 chairs that are on stage. In just a few moments your friends and the rest of the volunteers fall into a hypnotic trance. Then the fun begins! 

It is comedy like no other. Mainly because YOU and YOUR FRIENDS are the stars of the show!

Brian Brenner Elvis Tribute

Brian Brenner When: Tue - Sun; See Fair Daily Schedule for Show Times

Elvis Presley is more popular today than at any time in history. In the world of entertainment, Brian Brenner stands alone as the most authentic and exciting Elvis stylist in the business.

For over 15 years, Brian has thrilled audiences nationwide with his electrifying salute to the King of Rock & Roll. Brian is careful to portray Elvis in a manner that is dignified, respectful and historically accurate, paying strict attention to every detail. The result is as amazing as the image and illusion of Elvis comes alive in the most genuine creation ever staged!

Brian is an accomplished performer who has performed at venues across the country. From showrooms, corporate events, fairs, festivals, car shows and private events, Brian brings audiences a newfound sense of appreciation of Elvis' music. His carefully crafted tribute reminds us of why Elvis is America's best-loved icon.


The Circus Man - Jason D'Vaude

The Circus Man Jason D'Vaude When: All Week - See Fair Daily Calendar

Dangerous objects! Perilous stunts! Feats of strength and balance! Jason D’Vaude, self-taught one-man multiple-adjectived circus sensation, brings his comedic juggling, fire, and clowning shows to audiences around the world, delighting them with his charming humor and distinct but refined awkwardness. After seeing Jason  juggle sharp objects, climb up precariously-balanced objects, ride an extra-tall unicycle, or manipulate fire like a master, audiences are left speechless except to say “that was AWESOME!”

Fairmount Dance Company

Fairmount Dance Company When: Wednesday, Aug 10 @ 7pm

Fairmount Center for the Arts has four performance ensembles for dancers who wish to expand their performing skills and partake in additional performance opportunities for students whose passion is dance.

Our four ensembles include the Fairmount Dance Company, Fairmount Dance Company Jr., the Fairmount Hip Hop Crew, and the Spanish Dance Company.

Directed by Kate Webb Berk: Fairmount Dance Company is ballet-focused, with inclusion of conditioning, Pilates, and yoga to complement the well-being of the dancer. FDC & FDC Jr rehearse and perform additional works, both at Fairmount and throughout the community.

Jungle Bob Tuma

Jungle Bob Tuma When: One Bug Show and One Animal Show Daily

Jungle Bob Tuma is an animal entertainer and educator who has been doing animal presentations and events for children of all ages for almost three decades. In addition to educating about the wonderful world of animals, he regularly makes appearances on television and radio.

From Paul the python, to Bob the cockatoo, Rocky the sugar glider, Fifi the tarantula, Spike the bearded dragon, and Pugsley the blue-tongued skink, Jungle Bob has a wide variety of rarely seen animals. He also has some more common critters, like a turtle, bunny, cockroach display, and guinea pig.


Route 42 Dance Academy

Route 42 Dance Academy When: Wed, Aug 10, 2022 @ 6:30pm

Route 42 Dance Academy offers Ballet, Tap, Jazz, Hip Hop, Lyrical, Pointe, Musical Theatre, Boys Tap, Boys Hip Hop, Adult Classes, and Zumba Fitness. You can visit their new studio in the unique Greenbriar Mall in Parma Heights Ohio (6285 Pearl Road)!

Singing Angels

Singing Angels When: Wednesday - 12:30-2pm

The Singing Angels, founded in 1964, is the musical voice of the Northern Ohio Children’s Performing Music Foundation, Inc., a registered 501(c) (3) non-profit organization. This arts and youth development group is dedicated to teaching the highest level of artistic achievement in the performing arts. The mission is to engage youth from all communities in quality music and performing arts education that teaches teamwork, builds confidence, and provides a foundation for life. Three Angel choruses and small groups perform over 100 concerts a year featuring a wide variety of music, including Broadway, pop, gospel, patriotic, barbershop harmony, light classical, and good old-fashioned sing-a-long. Over 275 children, ages 6 to 18, take part in the organization. The Singing Angels hail from more than 70 communities in 8 counties, and represent numerous races, creeds, and socio-economic backgrounds. Proudly rooted in Cleveland, Ohio, and run by a committed Board of Directors, the group has traveled the world, visiting 31 countries on three continents. Thousands of young people have become youth ambassadors, star performers and stronger citizens as a result of their Angels training.