Fergus Truck Show announces entertainment line-up

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FERGUS, Ont. — After a tumultuous few months of establishing a new show site, which is only slightly smaller than the original and at the same location, the Fergus Truck Show has now announced its full entertainment line-up for the 2009 show in July.


“We are very excited to have seven top Canadian classic rock and country artists, as well as the previously announced performance by Terri Clark, on Thursday July 23,” said Wayne Billings, the chief operations officer for the Fergus Truck Show, who also indicated that the schedule is not finalized, at this point. “Times are approximate and the line-up is subject to change”


The Fergus Truck Show entertainment schedule is as follows:



Thursday, July 23:


7:00 p.m.               Steelecounty                        

8:30 p.m.               Adam Gregory                                    

10:00 p.m.            Terri Clark                                            



Friday, July 24:


7:00 p.m.               Stampeders                                          

8:30p.m.            Trooper                                                                 

10:00 p.m.            Loverboy                                             

Midnight                The Backroads Band                        


Saturday, July 25:


Noon                      Shelly Rastin Band                            

2:00 p.m.               New Cumberland   

3:30 p.m.               Pauly and the Goodfellas                 

5:30 p.m.               Ally Howatt                                         

7:00 p.m.               Dry County                                          

8:45 p.m.               Tara Oram                                           

10:00 p.m.            Doc Walker                                          

Midnight                Moonshine                                           


For more information, refer to www.fergustruckshow.com

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