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Claud coming back to Syracuse, playing Great New York State Fair on August 26th

Claud is coming back to Syracuse.

The pop singer-songwriter will be debuting at the Great New York State Fair at Chevy Park on August 26 at 2 p.m.

The former Syracuse University student is making the return after pursuing music full-time in 2018.


Claud was the first artist to sign with Phoebe Bridgers’ record label, Saddest Factory Records. The debut album “Super Monster” was released early in 2021, featuring a compilation that blends alt-rock synonymous with the 90s, bubblegum pop of the 2000s, and the energy of modern, online life.

“We are delighted to welcome Claud, a former Syracuse University student, to our concert repertoire at the Great New York State Fair,” said Sean Hennessey. “Claud’s style, which fuses nostalgia with innovative energy to create ‘dream pop’ is generating a buzz in the music industry, and they’re setting a great example for young adults who might feel like they don’t quite fit into a specific mold.”


Claud is set to take the Chevy Park stage on Pride Day, a day focused on celebrating the LGBTQ+ community. The Fair will host a Progress Flag Raising Ceremony at Gate 1 at 9:30 a.m. on August 26, followed by an Information Fair to be held in the Chevy Court Pavilion. Fairgoers may look forward to a daylong celebration in the Empire Theater, located in the Art and Home Center, culminating with a Pride Parade at 6:00 p.m.

All concerts in the Chevrolet Music Series are free with Fair admission.



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