WASHINGTON COUNTY, Tenn. - Reserved concert tickets went on sale Saturday morning for the Appalachian Fair.
Hundreds of people were in line at the fairgrounds to get their hands on the best seats for some big name country acts.
We're told people started camping out at the fairgrounds as early as Wednesday.
We spoke with fairgrounds manager Phil Booher and he says more people are lining up this year than last year.
Reserved seats for Florida Georgia Line sold out in three hours and 20 minutes.
But you can still go to the concert. All of the concerts can be seen for free with the purchase of a general admission ticket to the fair.
For more information visit http://www.appalachianfair.com.
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