Fair Briefs

Today, Friday 19

The annual Cattle Drive will begin at the top of Wheeler Avenue beginning at 9 a.m. and will be ending at the Fairplex around 11 a.m. It is La Verne Day, and all La Verne residents with valid identification showing La Verne residency will be given a discount with the Daily Bulletin coupon. At 8 p.m, Little Texas will perform in the Grandstand.

Saturday 20

Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts wearing their uniforms will be given free admission if accompanied by a paying adult for Boy Scouts Day. At 8p.m., the Bullriders’ Classic will take place in the Grandstand.

Sunday 21

Marco Antonio Solis will perform live in concert in the Grandstand area.

Monday 22

Glendora and Rialto residents will be given a $2 discount with valid I.D. and Daily Bulletin coupon. The Neville Brothers will take the stage in the Grandstand area at 8 p.m.

Tuesday 23

Senior citizens and Upland and Ontario residents will be given a $2 discount with valid I.D. and coupon. Also at 8 p.m. at the Grandstand, David Sanborn will be live in concert.

Wednesday 24

Claremont Day will give Claremont residents a $2 discount with I.D. and coupon. K.C. and the Sunshine band will play live at 8 p.m in the Grandstand.

Thursday 25

Senior citizens and Rancho Cucamonga, Alta Loma and Etiwanda residents will be given a $2 discount with I.D. and coupon. Dishwalla will be performing live in concert at 8 p.m. in the Grandstand.

Friday 26

Covina and West Covina residents will receive a $2 discount with I.D. and coupon. It is also Edison International Day, as well as the celebration of Johnny Appleseed’s birthday. Live in concert is Pat Benatar at 8 p.m. in the Grandstand.

Saturday 27

Boy and Girl Scouts wearing uniforms will receive free admission with a paying adult. The Isley Brothers will be performing in the Grandstand at 8 p.m.

Sunday 29

There will be a $1 million jackpot giveaway. Los Mismos and Conjunto Primavera will be performing live in the Grandstand.

Doors open for concerts at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $6 for reserved seating and $10 for box seats.

–Echelle Avelar

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