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Don't-miss highlights of World Ag Expo 2011

Don't-miss highlights of World Ag Expo 2011

Don't-miss highlights of World Ag Expo 2011: Top-10 New Product winners, opening day fly-over and WAE concerts: Blake Shelton and David Nail.

Don't-miss highlights of World Ag Expo

The Top-10 New Product winners are the celebrities of 2011, 
but these are just a few of the many products unveiled at 
World Ag Expo for the first time anywhere.

New Holland, for example, tomorrow will unveil a special 50thanniversary edition of the New Holland Self-Propelled Forage Harvester. Just 50 units are being produced worldwide. See the commemorative edition on South Street, between N and O streets. [More]

Find the product or exhibitor you need online and Map Your Show.

Fly-over planned for opening day

Be sure to be on the grounds early Tuesday morning to catch the fly-over of two Super Hornet jets from Lemoore Naval AirStation, featuring pilots Major Dan "Trigger" Kaercher, U.S. Air Force, and Lt. Jeff "Creature" Creighan, WSO, U.S. Navy. It's a great way to kick off opening day of the world's largest annual farm equipment show. A complete schedule of events is available online. [More]

Tickets available for World Ag Expo concerts

Tickets are available for World Ag Expo's Concerts for a Cause series, featuring Blake Shelton on Tuesday evening, followed by David Nail on Wednesday.

Purchase tickets now. [More]

Both will perform inside the new Entertainment Pavilion on the show grounds at World Ag Expo. [More]

World Ag Expo's shuttles will be available to return concert-goers to their vehicles after concerts Tuesday and Wednesday evenings. For those parked on the show grounds, people-move trams will also run extended schedules to take you back to your vehicle. [More]

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