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May 4, 2011
Reserve tickets available for state fair concerts


Free concerts are part of the fun at the California State Fair. What's even more fun is ensuring a good seat at the fair's Golden1 Stage.

The California State Fair now is selling reserve, Gold Circle seats throught Tickets.com (800-225-2277). Running $3 to $20 more than general fair admission, these tickets ensure fair-goers get up-close looks at such acts as War and REO Speedwagon.


Here are state fair acts for which reserve tickets are available. Most shows start at 8 p.m..

July 14: The Fab Four - The Ultimate (Beatles) Tribute ($10 for reserved seats)
· July 15: Blue Oyster Cult ($10 for reserved seats)
· July 17: Mariachi Vargas De Tecalitán ($20 for reserved seats) Note: Show starts at 6 p.m.
· July 19: Neon Trees ($16 for reserved seats)
· July 20: Lee Greenwood ($10 for reserved seats)
· July 21: Sugarfoot's Ohio Players & SOS Band ($10 for reserved seats)
· July 23: War ($10 for reserved seats)
· July 25: Moonwalker - featuring Michael Firestone - A Reflection of Michael Jackson ($10 for reserved seats)
· July 26: Choo Choo Soul - Featuring Genevieve ($3 for reserved seats) Note: Two shows at 1 p.m. and 4 p.m.
· July 28: Three Dog Night: ($10 for reserved seats)
· July 31: Starship starring Mickey Thomas ($10 for reserved seats)

-- Carla Meyer


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