By Staff Reports
(Victorville) – An all star cast of entertainers, never-before-served food items and a day with events dedicated to local community fundraising make this year’s 69th Annual San Bernardino County Fair the region’s can’t miss event of the year.
With musical acts covering the spectrum from country to rock to Metalachi, a mariachi band that creates a one-of-a-kind sounds through renditions of hard rock ballads, you are sure to see something at this year’s fair you’ve never seen before.
Let Warrant show you that “Heaven” isn’t too far away, and come take a “Slow Ride” with legendary Brit rockers Foghat. Considered one of Nashville’s compelling storytellers, country star Canaan Smith will play to the Grand Stands on May 26th. Rolling Stone touts Smith as one of the sharper artists to keep an eye on. The SHH!! Silent Music Experience that packed the house at Coachella is one new draw making its High Desert debut.
“We always do our best to bring new things to the fair for our guests to experience while maintaining and improving upon the traditions that keep them coming back year after year,” said San Bernardino County Fair Board President Patrick Kahler.
Traditions like hypnotist Mark Yuzuik, Russel Brothers Circus, the demolition derby and the Great American Petting Zoo are among the many featured family favorites. Tickets go on sale April 15 and are available at DCB branches, AMPMs, Alaska USA branches, and the San Bernardino County Fair front office. To see the full line up of acts and entertainment visit http://www.SBCFair.com, follow us on Facebook or Twitter and use #SBCFairShare to let us know what you’re most excited for and share your favorite fair moments.