SBC Fair’s Concert Lineup for the Weekend Includes P.O.D., Truckload Music Festival and the Pop 2000 Tour

By Staff Reports

(Victorville)– The 73rd annual SBC Fair’s star-studded concert lineup comes to a close this weekend, with three massive nights, kicking off with P.O.D. on Friday. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. for Friday’s performances.

DaysEye will open for the band with their performance at 7 pm, with Youth of the High Desert joining “Youth of the Nation” rockers, P.O.D (Payable on Death) on Friday night, with the show slated to start at 8 pm. Formed in San Diego, CA, in 1992 the Southern California natives have produced more than a dozen radio hits including “Boom” “Alive”, “Beautiful” and “Lost in Forever,” received three Grammy Awards and won four No. 1 music videos.

Cowboys and cowgirls alike can kick their heels up as the concert line up continues. American country music singer and songwriter, Jerrod Niemann, will headline the Truckload Music Festival on Saturday June 1. Doors open at 4 pm as the show starts at 4:30 p.m.  Niemann’s music chops include ten Top 40 entries on the Hot Country Songs and Country Airplay charts, as well as platinum number one singles “Lover, Lover” and “Drink to That All Night.” A humanitarian at heart, Niemann is a strong supporter of animal rescue groups, active in the United Service Organizations Inc. (USO) providing free entertainment to members of the U.S. Armed Forces, and is a founder of non-profit “Free The Music USA,” providing musical equipment and education to children in need.  Additional acts to follow.

The final night of Fair fun features the Pop 2000 Tour hosted by Lance Bass of N’Sync, American boy band, O-Town, multi-platinum singer Arron Carter, double platinum singer-songwriter Ryan Cabrera, and singer-songwriter and actor Tyler Hilton. Doors open at 4 pm as the show is slated to start at 4:30 pm.

  • Friday May 31: P.O.D (Payable on Death)
  • Saturday, June 1: Truckload Music Festival featuring Jerrod Niemann
  • Sunday, June 2: Pop 2000 Tour

Admission at the gate is $8 and carnival tickets start at $35. VIP floor seating, with separate entrance, private bar, and the best seats in the house for concerts is only $10 extra. Parking is $5.

To see the full line up of acts and entertainment visit www.SBCFair.com.

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For more information or any other questions related to the SBC Fairgrounds, please call (760) 951-2200.

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