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The Saturday Night Concert is the major highlight of the Friends of Charity Auto Fair, featuring performances by some of music's biggest stars. Bring the entire family and enjoy the 2023 event on Saturday, July 15th. 

Tickets for the 2023 concert are included in the cost of general admission to the Auto Fair for anyone who purchases a weekend or Saturday pass for $12.

The Davisson Brothers Band are a genre-blurring mountain rock band formed in Clarksburg, West Virginia, by Chris and Donnie Davisson. Along with nephew Gerrod Bee and life-long family friend Aaron Regester, the band has created a uniquely authentic Appalachian country sound, which has helped them grow into one of the most successful independent acts in the world.


Since their founding in 2006, the band has recorded three albums, been celebrated as a Highway Find on Sirius XM, charted on country radio with “Foot Stompin’” and scored a hit song in Australia with “Po’ Boyz,” while also earning a dedicated following in the Jam Band/Bluegrass scene and standing shoulder to shoulder with mainstream country stars at festivals like CMC Rocks (Australia) and the Carolina Country Fest.

The new album, Home Is Where the Heart Is, was produced by Brent Cobb and David “Ferg” Ferguson, and features Tim O’Brien, Rob McCoury, Stewart Duncan, Leftover Salmon’s Vince Herman, Ronnie Bowman, Kyle Tuttle, Lindsay Lou and more.

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         2022: Rodney Atkins

         2021: Josh Turner

         2019: Ryan Hurd and Taylor Made

2018: Taylor Made and Rick K. and the Allnighters

2017: Aaron Tippin, Claire Dunn and Trent Tomlinson

2016: John Anderson, Confederate Railroad and Keith Walker

2014: Jake Owen and Kellie Pickler

2013: Travis Tritt and The Davisson Brothers Band

2012: Ronnie Dunn and James Wesley
2011: Josh Turner, Little Big Town, The Davisson Brothers Band and Chris Janson
2010: The Charlie Daniels Band and Taylor Made
2009: Randy Owen, Abby Abbondanza and Taylor Made 
2008: Randy Travis and Taylor Made 
2007: Lonestar and Taylor Made
2006: The Charlie Daniels Band and Taylor Made 
2005: The Association and Billy Joe Royal 
2004: The Platters and The Vogues


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