Over the summer the New York State Fair has released their list of the free concerts that will take place every day at the fair.  We've told you about a lot of them and here they are all in one place.

August 23

2PM Karmin who earlier this year with their first single “Broken Hearted” reached No. 16 on the Billboard Hot 100.

8PM Neon Trees. They do the smash hit "Everybody Talks."

August 24

2PM Sawyer Brown. You'll enjoy their hits “Some Girls Do,” “The Dirt Road,” “Step That Step,” and “Thank God For You.”

8PM Matt Nathanson will perform his hit " Come On Get Higher"

August 25

2PM Bridget Mender who has starred in several television and movie roles most notably on the Disney Channel.

8PM J Giles Band will rock with lead vocalist and former radio DJ Peter Wolf.

August 26

2PM Ronnie Milsap who is country's musics first well-known blind singer, making him a highly influential country music artist of the 1970's and 1980's.

8PM Gary Allen who's most recent CD, Get Off on the Pain, features the singles “Today,” “Get Off on the Pain,” and “Kiss Me When I’m Down.”

August 27

2PM The Buddy Rich Band,  a memorial band that honors one of America's best jazz drummers.

8PM Three Dog Night who are an American rock band from the 1960’s and 1970’s that earned 13 gold albums.

August 28

2PM The Midtown Men will pay tribute to the 1960s and perform songs from The Beach Boys, The Beatles, The Temptations, and Frankie Valli.

8PM Collective Soul whose song include  "The World I Know" and seven No. 1 songs including “Shine,” “December,” and “Precious Declaration.”

August 29

2PM Guy Fieri who has appeared on The Food Network since 2006 and is the host of 'Diners, Drive-ins and Dives."

8PM Victoria Justice has been a Nickelodeon star for several years, appearing and starring in shows and specials such as Zoey 101, iCarly and Victorious.

August 30

2PM Mike Posner, a singer-songwriter whose single "Cooler Than Me" reached No. 6 on the Billboard Hot 100.

8PM The Happy Together Tour. Currently one of the most popular tours in the nation  featuring classic music from the 1960's and 1970's. Dan O'Hara from the fair predicts it will be the most attended.

August 31

2PM Christopher Cross whose 1980 self-titled CD went to No. 2 and earned him five Grammy awards including “Best New Artist,” and “Song of the Year.”

8PM The Commodores, who invite you to groove to their legendary American funk/soul hits of the 1970s and 1980s.

September 1

2PM Eddie Money will blast out his classic songs like “Baby Hold On,” “Two Tickets to Paradise,” “Think I’m in Love,” and “Take Me Home Tonight.”

8PM Theory Of a Deadman who are a multi-platinum rock band from from Delta, British Columbia.

September 2

2PM Jermaine Paul who is an R&B artist from Harriman, NY. You may remember him as a contestant on season 2 of The Voice.

8PM The Band Perry, the most talked about free show on the radio these days. With their quadruple platinum 2010 single, “If I Die Young,” The Band Perry are quickly becoming rising stars in country music.

September 3

2PM Candy Coburn with Joanne Shenandoah who is most notable for her song “Pink Warrior.” Joanna Shenandoah has won a Grammy & 13 Native American Music awards.

8PM The Charlie Daniels Band. What a way to wrap up the fair. CDB is a southern rock group whose hit singles include "In America," "Still in Saigon," and "The Devil Went Down to Georgia".