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Tickets on sale for State Fair concert series

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May 17, 2011 |

Tickets are on sale now for a sizzling summer lineup at the 2011 State Fair Concert Series.

“The State Fair is all about family, fun and value,” said Norbert J. Bartosik, State Fair CEO and general manager. “At a time when the cost of concert tickets at other venues are sky-high for even lawn seats, we’re delighted to offer fairgoers the chance to see great shows at great prices.”

Concerts are free with fair admission. Reserved seating in the Gold Circle area is available for an additional cost at http://www.tickets.com.

The concert series schedule includes:

* July 14: The Fab Four — The Ultimate Tribute ($10 for reserved seats);

July 15: Blue Oyster Cult ($10 for reserved seats);

* July 17: Mariachi Vargas De Tecalitán ($200 for reserved seats) Note: This show starts at 6 p.m.;

July 18: M.C. Hammer ($10 for reserved seats);

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 22: Aja Vu-Music of Steely Dan (Free)

* July 23: War ($10 for reserved seats);

* July 24: Casey James ($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 this day at 1 p.m. and 4 p.m.);

* July 27: REO Speedwagon ($19 for reserved seats);

* July 28: Three Dog Night: ($10 for reserved seats); and

* July 31: Starship, starring Mickey Thomas ($10 for reserved seats)

All concerts begin at 8 p.m., unless otherwise noted, on the Golden1 Stage.

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