- published: 07 Nov 2014
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The 2014 Nebraska State Fair was a Bumper Crop of Fun! 317,785 people experineced everything from awesome grounds entertainment to extraordinary concerts, amazing food and an all around good time for the whole family! Enjoy this look back and we hope to see YOU at the 2015 Nebraska State Fair!
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TAIKOPROJECT made an appearance at the 2014 Nebraska State Fair as a daily strolling performance from August 22nd to September 1st. Follow along with David, Doug, Liz and Maz as they hang out, laugh, perform, and enjoy the 2014 Nebraska State Fair! Now that all the performances are done, we get the chance to enjoy some of the fair rides before we head back to California! Excuse all the screaming and laughing but we are just having too much fun! SUBSCRIBE TO OUR VLOG CHANNEL! YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/TPtaikoTV Twitter: @TPtaikoTV SUBSCRIBE TO OUR MAIN CHANNEL! YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/user/TAIKOPROJECT Twitter: @TAIKOPROJECT Blog: http://taikoproject.com/blog/ FB: https://www.facebook.com/TAIKOPROJECT WEBSITE: www.TAIKOPROJECT.com
The 2015 Nebraska State Fair was a blast as 352,176 people experienced everything from awesome grounds entertainment to extraordinary concerts, amazing food and an all around good time for the whole family! Enjoy this look back at all the Fun that was in the Fair and we hope to see YOU at the 2016 Nebraska State Fair!
Part 1 of our visit to the Nebraska state fair. Lots of farm animals and farm equipment. CoyoteLife.
George Ayoub takes a sample of 12 of the countless varieties of food at the 2013 Nebraska State Fair in Grand Island. Come on down to the Nebraska State Fair and try some of these delicious treats yourself! For more information, visit www.theindependent.com or www.statefair.org
this is a funny guy making rope with the kids at the fair.
This is a tribute to the last Nebraska State Fair held in Lincoln, Nebraska. Photos are taken from 2009 and previous fairs. 108 years of tradition ended in Sept. 2009..this is my way of showing my gratitude to those who made it happen.