Carrie Underwood Ends ‘Fair and Festival Season’ on a ‘High Note’ With Killer New Concert Pics

by Taylor Cunningham
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Carrie Underwood is bidding a bittersweet farewell to fair season in her latest Instagram post. And as Carrie told her fans, the season ended on a “high note.”

Like most country singers, Carrie Underwood spends her summers performing at state and local fairs. And also like other singers, she likes to document her experiences on social media. Last night Carrie played a concert at the Washington State Fair, and the show marks an end to her 2021 fair tour. The show was originally scheduled for tonight(September 5th), but the Grammy-winning artist moved it up a day. However, that didn’t seem to affect the size of the crowd.

“More shots from last night at the @wastatefair ❤️ I’m gonna miss the fair and festival season!” Underwood wrote alongside some shots of an epic concert. “Glad we ended ours on a high note! Thanks to all who came out to party!” From the looks of it, the singer and songwriter went big with the concert. The set and stage were just as impressive and the packed amphitheater. 

The night before her WA show, Carrie Underwood was all the way across the country in Allentown, Pennsylvania. Underwood has been traveling quite a bit this year, and with the fair season over, she’ll take a short break. But don’t worry, her Reflection concert series will pick back this December in Las Vegas. 

Jason Aldean Music Video Premiere With Carrie Underwood

Most of us love when mega-stars team up for duets. And Carrie underwood has been doing that a lot this year. First, she made headlines when she sang with country legend Dwight Yoakam at the CMA Summer Jam in July. Dwight is such a legend that even Carrie was starstruck. Then at the same concert, she got to hit the stage with up-and-comer Mickey Guyton

Shortly after her Summer Jam show, she teamed up with Dan + Shay to record a track for the new motion picture Dear Evan Hansen, which is a cinematographic take on the Tony Award-Winning musical by the same name.

And now we’re getting a Carrie Underwood and Jason Aldean collaboration. In fact, Aldean just posted an update on the duo’s music premiere on Twitter today.

“We’re premiering the #IfIDidntLoveYou music video with @CarrieUnderwood on 9/8 at 6pm CT!” Aldean announced. ” After the premiere, stick around for the @YouTube Premium-exclusive afterparty where I’ll be answering your questions LIVE.

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