New England's #1 '80s Band, "The Future Heavies" will perform for the first time at the 107th Durham Fair, the largest non-commercial fair in New England, located at the junctions of Routes 68, 17 and 77 in Durham, CT.
"The Future Heavies" will play on the Center Stage from 2:30pm to 4pm featuring the best in new wave, pop, R&B, dance, and rock from the 1980s, from Blondie and Madonna to Pat Benatar and Stevie Nicks.
Grammy Award-winning singer, songwriter, and '80s power-pop musician Rick Springfield will headline the evening on the Main Stage starting at 7pm.
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All events are rain or shine. The fair will be open from 9am to 10pm.
Parking in the Durham Fair operated lots is $5 per day/single entry. Shuttle buses are provided to transport visitors from the parking lots to the fairgrounds. For more parking information, please visit https://www.durhamfair.com/info/parking.
There are several ATMs located on the fairgrounds. Due to the large volume of use during the fair, funds in the ATMs can occasionally be diminished.
No alcoholic beverages, outside beverages, or weapons are permitted on the fairgrounds or in the parking areas. Please be advised that items such as coolers, backpacks, pocketbooks, and large packages will be searched before entering the fairgrounds.
Since 1970, the Main Stage entertainers at the Durham Fair have included 38 Special, Big and Rich, Bill Engvall, Bill Monroe, Billy Ray Cyrus, Blake Shelton, Blues Traveler, Bo Diddley, the Carter Family, the Charlie Daniels Band, The Drifters, Eddie Money, Foreigner, George Jones, Gin Blossoms, The Guess Who, Joan Jett, JoDee Messina, KC and the Sunshine Band, Kenny Chesney, Kenny Rogers, Little River Band, Loretta Lynn, the Marshall Tucker Band, Martha Reeves and the Vandellas, Martina McBride, The Marvelettes, Melissa Etheridge, the Oak Ridge Boys, Pat Benatar, Patty Loveless, The Platters, Randy Travis, REO Speedwagon, Roy Clark, Three Dog Night, Toby Keith, Tom Wopat, Tower of Power, and Trace Adkins, among other artists.
Made possible by the Durham Agricultural Fair Association.