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Summer 2022 is expected to be the best season yet for country music fans. With so many great shows already announced and the lineups revealed for both Country Thunder in Forest City and County Line Country Fest in Prairie du Chien, fans know that this will be a summer for the books.

Another exciting show that is set to come through to eastern Iowa is taking place at the Buchanan County Fair.

Billy Currington is set to perform at the Buchanan County Fair in Independence this summer! Tickets are on sale now for the Friday, July 8 show. Gates will open at 6:30 PM that July evening for Currington's 8 PM show at the fairgrounds.

The fair is set to take place during the week of July 5th and will run through July 9th.

The 'Do I Make You Wanna' star is celebrating the release of some new music with his album Intuition. This is his seventh studio album and is a bit of a departure for the country star. According to Rolling Stone, the album," sees him tilting more toward the textures of Eighties synth-pop, dance music, and R&B."

You can purchase your tickets to Billy Currington's Independence show here.

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