By Staff Reports
(Victorville) – Advance ticket sales to the 71st Annual San Bernardino County Fair are up nearly 1000 percent as anticipation builds for one of the best musical lineups in recent history as well as new food vendors and attractions never before seen in the High Desert.
“We’ve worked really hard over the past few years to improve our lineup and increase our brand awareness,” said Geoff Hinds, General Manager of the Fair. “The success of that effort reflects in the support we are getting, from increased ticket sales to more promotional companies, radio stations and media entities who have all reached out because they want to become a part of this year’s Fair.”
So far, Dylan Scott has presold more than 420 VIP tickets and is well on the way to a sell out crowd. The other acts are following close behind with ACM-nominated LANCO as the next highest seller at more than 290 VIP tickets. While VIP tickets may sell out, all general admission tickets to the Fair include free grandstand seating for concerts in the arena.
The premier concert lineup combined with the debut of a live shark exhibit, a Monster Truck Rally featuring the youngest female rider on the circuit and many more unique attractions account for what is expected to be a record year for attendance at this year’s San Bernardino County Fair;
The 2018 Fair opens at noon on Saturday, May 19. The Fair is open May 19th to the 21st and May 24th through the 28th.
Tickets are on sale now. Presale fair admission, the Demo Derby and parking are just $5 each. To see the full line up of entertainment and get more information visit www.SBCFair.com.
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