LIFEHOUSE TO PERFORM AT L.A. COUNTY FAIR With the current hit “You and Me” topping the radio charts, as “Hanging By A Moment” did in 2001, Lifehouse has been crowned bonafide rock/pop icons. The trio brings its infectious sound to the L.A. County Fair Saturday, Sept. 10, as the group entertains during the End of Summer Concert Series, presented by Toyota.
DOUBLE THE ENTERTAINMENT AT L.A. COUNTY FAIR KC & The Sunshine Band, along with The Village People, will bring down the house at this year’s L.A. County Fair as they rock the stage during the End of Summer Concert Series, presented by Toyota, on Saturday, Sept. 17, at 8 p.m.
SUGAR RAY ROCKS THE L.A. COUNTY FAIR What do you get when you mix pop, hip-hop and reggae? The infectious sounds of Sugar Ray, the band that has produced such hits as “Fly,” “When it’s Over,” and “Answer the Phone.” The band brings its one-of-a-kind sound to Pomona to rock the L.A. County Fair Friday, Sept. 16, at the End of Summer Concert Series, presented by Toyota.
LOS TIGRES DEL NORTE TO PERFORM AT L.A. COUNTY FAIR The L.A. County Fair will bring big acts to the Fairplex grandstand stage for the End of Summer Concert Series, presented by Toyota. Performing at 8 p.m., Thursday, Sept. 15, will be Los Tigres Del Norte. The group is known for its norteña music that audiences have enjoyed for more than three decades. The band has recorded more than 55 albums with more than 500 songs, sold more than 32 million copies and has nearly 130 platinum hits in the Tejano genre.
ITS COMING 2005 L.A. COUNTY FAIR As comforting as the knowledge that night falls and day breaks, the L.A. CountyFair returns to Fairplex in Pomona each September and provides a retreat for friends and families, just as it has each year since 1922.
POKER TOURNEY TO RAISE FUNDS FOR FAIRPLEX EDUCATION FOUNDATION The L.A. County Fair knows when to hold ‘em and when to fold ‘em – and it’s looking for some card players who can do the same. Fairplex Park, home to the Fair’s annual horse racing meet, will host a Texas Hold’em-style poker tournament on Thursdays, Sept. 15 and 22, during the Fair. Proceeds will benefit the Fairplex Education Foundation. Dates for the 2005 L.A. County Fair are Sept. 9-Oct. 2, closed Mondays and Tuesdays. Live thoroughbred horse racing returns Sept. 9-26, closed on Tuesdays only.
NEW HAPPENINGS AT L.A. COUNTY FAIRS PARK SQUARE Park Square is home to great entertainment during the L.A. County Fair. Living up to its reputation, it has loads of performances and new attractions lined up for Fairguests. The Fair runs Sept.9 – Oct. 2, closed Mondays and Tuesdays. Live thoroughbred horse racing returns Sept. 9 – 26, closed Tuesdays only.
RALPHS STREET FAIR OFFERS PLETHORA OF GOODS Free samples and a plethora of items will be displayed at the Ralphs Street Fair on Sunday, Sept. 11, at the L.A. County Fair. Fairguests can shop to their hearts content as vendors line the streets. The Fair runs Sept. 9 – Oct. 2, closed Mondays and Tuesdays. Live thoroughbred horse racing returns Sept. 9 – 26, closed Tuesdays only. The street fair is sponsored by Ralphs grocery store.
CLASSIC ROCKERS ZZ TOP COMING TO THE L.A. COUNTY FAIR Rock and Roll Hall of Famers ZZ TOP brings its classic Texas blues-rock sound to the L.A. County Fair’s End of Summer Concert Series, presented by Toyota, Sunday, Sept. 25. They’ve said as long as people want to hear the same three guys doing the same three chords, they’ll go out and play. The Fair runs Sept. 9 – Oct. 2, closed Mondays and Tuesdays.
37TH ANNUAL POW WOW TO BE HELD AT FAIRPLEX Fairplex will host the Southern California Indian Center Inc.’s 37th Annual Pow Wow July 29-31. The event is the largest pow wow and American Indian arts and crafts show in California.