DOUGLAS (6/2/2020) – The Wyoming State Fair Board will hold a board meeting on Friday, July 30th  via conference call. 

If participants would like to call into the meeting, call 877-278-2734 with the access code of 795536.

For more information, visit or contact 307-358-2398.

In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, special assistance or alternate formats will be made available for individuals with disabilities upon request in advance of the meeting.

July 31 Meeting Agenda

AUGUST 13, 5:00PM


Grammy-nominated country music artist Jeremy McComb brings his infectious, high-energy “Ramblers and Road Dogs Tour” to the 108th Wyoming State Fair in Douglas August 13 at 5:00pm (gate admission required, no ticket necessary). Called a modern day troubadour, McComb has been touring for the past decade performing more than 170 shows a year for sold out audiences from coast to coast. Fair organizers will adhere to strict CDC social distancing guidelines.  
McComb’s self-released album, “FM,” caught fire and has surpassed over 1.1 million streams across digital streaming platforms. A talented singer/songwriter whose background includes tour managing comedy icon, Larry the Cable Guy, McComb has written songs for projects selling over 6 million copies and also contributed songs to several movie soundtracks.
Newly signed to Nashville indie-powerhouse label, Average Joes Entertainment, McComb has been in the studio recording his new album scheduled for release in 2021.

About Jeremy McComb:
Born and raised in Idaho, McComb has been touring relentlessly honing his live performance skills for over a decade. In addition to being a touring musician, he has worked in radio as a music director and tour managed comedy sensation, Larry The Cable Guy. His album/EP reses include “My Side of Town” (2008), which yielded the Billboard charting single, “Cold”; “Leap And The Net Will Appear” (2011); and “FM” (2016). When not on the road performing, McComb is at home in Nashville with his wife Kourtney Hansen who played “Emily” on the Hit TV show “Nashville” and his kids Kennady, Knox & Ryker.

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As the Wyoming State Fair is fast approaching, we are excited to announce a new opportunity for first time youth exhibitors at this year’s event! Luckily, the educational opportunities and exhibitions for Wyoming youth won’t stop at the state fair. This year the FAIR Posse will be granting scholarships as an incentive for those who would like to continue on with their work during local and state fairs. These ten scholarships, each in the amount of $150.00, will be given only to those competing in the 2020 Wyoming State Fair. If you or someone you know may be interested, there will be a short scholarship application posted on the Wyoming State Fair website and distributed to your Wyoming extension offices, Wyoming FFA, as well as the county fair offices.  The applications must be delivered to FAIR Posse by email, or mail, no later than August 1, 2020. The scholarships will be distributed by a FAIR Posse member to the successful applicants upon their arrival at the Wyoming State Fair. 

Please direct any questions concerning the scholarship to the FAIR Posse at We cannot wait to see you at the 2020 Wyoming State Fair, August 11-15!

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