This Week's Feature: Nashville's Fan Fair 2000 Image Gallery

Tennessee Fairgrounds hosted its final edition of country-music gathering.

From June 11–15, more than 20,000 people went to Nashville to see performances by Billy Gilman, Loretta Lynn and Sons of the Desert, to name just a few. Spirits were high with the good weather, good drinks and good food. When not onstage, artists were on the grounds interacting with fans. The future of the fair is in question because of poor facilities, but if left to the fans, the music wouldn't end. Take a look at this year's Fan Fair 2000.

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