Isn't it great to have live music back? After the year we've had, we are all incredibly lucky to be able to go out to concerts again. Some of us are luckier than others and get moments like this.

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The Iowa State Fair has come to a close, but that doesn't mean we should stop experiencing some of the joy that we had at this year's state fair, right? The ten-day event brought people from all over the region to Des Moines for the summer festivities. There was food, there were rides, and there sure were some amazing concerts.

The lineup at the Iowa State Fair Grandstand was stacked. From Dan + Shay to Cole Swindell to Mr. Dustin Lynch himself. Even though the turnout from the fair was down 6%, according to the Des Moines Register, that didn't mean the crowds for these concerts were any less enthusiastic.

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One enthusiastic fairgoer was Kate Jordan. The young Iowan went viral for her incredible Iowa State Fair moment earlier this month. Jordan was in Des Moines on Monday, August 16th for the Cole Swindell and Dustin Lynch concert at the fair.

She was standing front and center in the pit at the Grandstand when none other than Dustin Lynch invited her onto the stage. After screaming her confirmation, the Iowa girl hopped right up to sing with the country star.

They sang 'Thinking About You' together, and the crowd went wild. Jordan sang and danced all over the stage and she even showed Lynch a few moves. From the video she posted on her Tik Tok account, you can see how amused the singer is by the excited girl. She even dragged him across the stage and he looked like he was struggling to keep up.

You can watch the full video down below!

@kkatejordanYes, I was that girl. ##DustinLynch##Iowa##iowastatefair##isf##EatFreshRefresh##CODAduets @dustinlynch_♬ original sound - k a t e ★ ★ ★

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