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Stage set for fresh acts at county fair

August 1, 2014

Photo submitted – The Black Cat Hell Drivers are sure to turn a few heads during their stunt show performance at the Elk County Fair on Thursday at 7 p.m.

KERSEY – New acts featuring an up and coming country singer, an automotive stunt show and a one-man sideshow are all slated to perform at the upcoming Elk County Fair which kicks off Tuesday afternoon.
"We try things three years to see if it pans out," said Elk County Fair President Ann Distler.
The Black Cat Hell Drivers, touted as America's No. 1 traveling automotive stunt show, will host a 70-minute show mixing danger and comedy along with a thrill show clown.

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