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Award-winning a cappella group, Pentatonix, to headline 2019 Canfield Fair

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CANFIELD, Ohio -

It may be grey and rainy out, but the Canfield Fair is already looking forward to better days. 

With 202 days until the 2019 Canfield Fair, officials have announced that the award-winning a cappella group, Pentatonix, will be the premiere artist. 

According to their website, the three-time Grammy Award-winning and multi-Platinum-selling Pentatonix has sold nearly 10 million albums worldwide and performed for hundreds of thousands of fans at their sold out shows across the globe. Their YouTube channel boasts more than 14.5 million subscribers, yielding over three billion video views. Their 2015 self-titled album is certified gold after debuting #1 on Billboard's 200.

Additionally, nine of their albums reached the top 10 on Billboard's 200 charts (2 at #1) and received multiple RIAA certifications for multi-platinum, platinum, and gold selling albums and singles.  The group has had two-holiday specials on NBC. 

Pentatonix is slated to take the stage at the Canfield Fair on Sunday, September 1st. 

Tickets go on sale next week, Friday, February 15th, beginning at noon on www.ticketmaster.com.  

Ticket prices start at $36.50. 

For more on Pentatonix visit their website. 

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