L.A. COUNTY DAY COMES TO THE L.A. COUNTY FAIR The L.A. County Fair will honor Los Angeles County and county employees on Sunday, Sept. 11. L.A. County Day will be marked with all the festivities deserved of one of the greatest counties in the country.
EXHIBITION REMOVES BORDERS AND BOUNDARIES FOR ALL ARTISTS “Art is always a mirror. I constantly go deep inside myself searching for answers about human relations in this fast and ever changing world.” Ana Marini-Genzon, Sculptor and Painter Latino Artists of Los Angeles-Defining Self & Inspiration Millard Sheets Gallery
A PROMOTION A DAY KEEPS THE DOCTOR AWAY The L.A. County Fair makes no secret that its goal is to remove stress lines from around the eyes and mouth, sooth that furrowed brow, and replace that harried look with laugh lines and a grin for 18 days each September.
FAIRPLEX PROVIDES DISASTER RELIEF STATION When disaster hits, America answers the call with an open and generous heart. The L.A. County Fair experienced that firsthand September 11, 2001. Through the kindness of Fair attendees more than $250,000 was sent to the American Red Cross Disaster Relief Fund to support and assist victims and survivors of the attack on the United States.
MARIACHI USA® FIESTA ARRIVES AT THE L.A. COUNTY FAIR A sold-out show at the Hollywood Bowl of the MARIACHI USA® Festival led to the creation of MARIACHI USA® FIESTA. MARIACHI USA® FIESTA, featuring acclaimed guitarist Jose Feliciano, will perform at the L.A. County Fair End of Summer Concert Series, presented by Toyota, on Sunday, Sept. 18, at 8 p.m.
MONSTER TRUCK MADNESS HITS THE L.A.COUNTY FAIR Monster Truck Madness hits the L.A. County Fair on Thursday, Sept. 22, at 8 p.m., and with more than 66,000 lbs of power there is no stopping it. Families will have fun seeing the biggest trucks in America rev up for a crowd-pleasing extravaganza. Expect to see Bounty Hunter, Natural High, Iron Outlaw, Unnamed Untamed, nasty Boy, Monster Moose and Public Disturbance. Come out and see which Monster Truck will claim victory in what will be the best rip-roaring, tire-burning, dirt-flying free for all this summer. Monster Truck Madness is part of the Fair’s End of Summer Concert Series, presented by Toyota.
CROSBY, STILLS AND NASH COMING TO L.A. COUNTY FAIR Crosby, Stills and Nash, one of the most successful touring and recording acts of the ‘60s, ‘70s and ‘80s, will bring its soft rock sound to the L.A. County Fair’s End of Summer Concert Series, presented by Toyota, on Sunday, Sept. 11.
HALL & OATES BRING THEIR KIND OF SOUL TO L.A. COUNTY FAIR For more than 30 years, Daryl Hall and John Oates have been enticing audiences with their Philly soul sound with hits like “Sara Smile” and “She’s Gone.” The duo are bringing their well-known sound to the L.A. County Fair’s End of Summer Concert Series, presented by Toyota, Friday, Sept. 23.
WAR BRINGS MULTIFACETED SOUND TO 2005 L.A. COUNTY FAIR Their sound captured the heart and soul of America’s streets. From the late ‘60s all the way to the present day, Los Angeles-based WAR played the music that made people dance and think. Fusing rock, Latin rhythms, funk, blues, jazz and soul into a distinctive sound all their own, WAR, the self-described Afro-Cuban-rock-jazz-blues band, was a righteous force coming straight out of “the neighborhood.”
TOWER OF POWER WILL PERFORM AT THE 2005 L.A. COUNTY FAIR Tower of Power, the band that has delighted fans for more than three decades, returns to the L.A. County Fair at 8 p.m., Saturday, Sept. 24, as part of the End of Summer Concert Series, presented by Toyota. Known for its incredible horn section and memorable lyrics with an eclectic mix of jazz, funk, rock and old school soul music, the band is a Fair favorite.
HOOBASTANK TO PERFORM AT L.A. COUNTY FAIR Known for its hits “Crawling in the Dark,” “Running Away,” and the latest “The Reason,” the popular band Hoobastank will perform at the L.A. County Fair Friday, Sept. 30, during the End of Summer Concert Series, presented by Toyota.