With Opening Act Alex Aiono
M&T Bank presents Maryland State Fair Concert Series featuring Sabrina Carpenter the Maryland State Fair Racetrack Infield with opening act Alex Aiono.
SATURDAY, AUGUST 26
6:00 PM - Doors Open
7:00 PM - Alex Aiono
8:00 PM - Sabrina Carpenter
*Festival Standing General Admission - $40
*Festival Standing Pit Admission (Limited Availability!) - $50
*All ticket purchased online include the fair’s $8.00 per person gate admission fee. Parking is NOT included. Concert tickets purchased at the gate do not include admission.
All concerts are Rain or Shine. Tickets are non-refundable.
ABOUT SABRINA CARPENTER
17-year-old singer, songwriter and actress Sabrina Carpenter's singles Can't Blame A Girl for Trying and Eyes Wide Open won Radio Disney Music Award "Best Crush Song" and "Best Anthem" respectively. Applauded in the acting world for her role as Maya Hart in Girl Meets World, Young Chloe on The Goodwin Games and guest star on Law & Order SVU, Carpenter has stayed true to her first love of music. Her debut albums Eyes Wide Open and recent album EVOLution reflect her youthful exuberance. Carpenter's current single Thumbs, has been pushing through to Top 40 all across the country with a combined 100+ million streams. Outside of the studio, Carpenter's live shows reveal her boundless energy. She embarked on her first-ever, sold out headline EVOLution Tour, traveling across 35+ cities in the United States, and was special guest on The Vamps UK arena tour this spring.
ABOUT ALEX AIONO
Alex Aiono, the celebrated 20-year-old singer/songwriter whose cleverly arranged mashup of Drake's One Dance and Nicky Iam's Hasta el Amanecer amassed more than 50 million views on YouTube, will be the opening artist at the Sabrina Carpenter Concert on Saturday, August 26 during the 2017 unFAIRgettable MY Maryland State Fair Concert Series presented by M&T Bank. Alex Aiono's One Dance mash-up only hints at the scope of his talents. Aiono, who plays numerous instruments and has written songs with the likes of John Legend, has released three singles Doesn't Get Better, Work the Middle, and Question. "There's so much negative energy in the world right now, I just want people to feel good," Aiono says. "I want them to get up and dance and sing along with me and see how much I love performing for them. My hope is that the positive energy is so contagious that they end up feeling inspired to do what they love too."
M&T Bank presents Maryland State Fair Concert Series featuring Sabrina CarpenterSaturday, August 26, 2017 8:00 PM