Strawberry Festival 2021

Festival stage welcomes county music, Vegas-style rock

Rich Bell of Sizzlin Sound Productions unloads equipment Thursday for the Strawberry Festival stage at the Lane Place. Steve Trent and Small Town and Elvis tribute artist Steve Klush are among the headliners of this year.
Rich Bell of Sizzlin Sound Productions unloads equipment Thursday for the Strawberry Festival stage at the Lane Place. Steve Trent and Small Town and Elvis tribute artist Steve Klush are among the headliners of this year.
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The Crawfordsville Strawberry Festival is back and boasts three days of entertainment.

This year’s signature entertainment features great country music from Montgomery County to some old-style Las Vegas rock and roll. And like all entertainment at the festival, it’s free.

Steve Trent and Small Town have been an area hit for many years and continue to perform the best in country music. His unique musical style has made him a fan favorite everywhere he has performed. Steve Trent and Small Town will perform at 8:30 p.m. on center stage. Come early and enjoy the festival before you set down in your lawn chair for an evening of great county music.

Saturday night’s signature entertainment has been all over the world since his first performance here several years ago. Shawn Khush is known as “The Closest Thing to the King in Concert.” Many have seen him as Elvis in the famous Las Vegas show “Legends in Concert” where he performed for several years. He has traveled the world over introducing audiences everywhere to the music of Elvis and winning many awards in the process. He portrayed Elvis in the hit TV miniseries “Shake, Rattle and Roll on CBS and VH1 as well as HBO’s movie “Vinyl” which was produced by Martin Scorsese and Mic Jagger. Make plans to attend Khush’s great, live performance on center stage at 8:30 p.m. Saturday from the comfort of your favorite lawn chair.

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