Loop Rawlins Ropes You into the Fair

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PALMER, Alaska (KTUU) - Loop Rawlins, a wild west performer who travels all over the world - and previously starred on America's Got Talent - is performing at the Alaska State Fair.

Wild west performer Loop Rawlins at the Alaska State Fair. (Photo by KTUU)

Everyday, you will be able to catch Loop Rawlins crack whips, and perform rope and fancy gun spinning tricks at the Colony Stage.

"Well, when most people see my show, I think they'll have no expectations," said Loop Rawlins. "They won't know exactly what it's going to be. But I think once they start seeing it, they'll be pleasantly surprised, because it's something that most people have never seen before. It's very Americana, and they'll really enjoy it."

His performances are typically 25 minutes long, beginning at 2 p.m., 4 p.m. and 6:30 p.m. You won't want to miss it.



 
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