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L.A. County Fair

The Los Angeles County Fair continues its run through Sunday. Wrapping up the concert series tonight are the Beach Boys, and tomorrow night, Tower of Power. Tickets are free with paid general admission ($12), but reserve seating is available for an additional fee.


The Bilingual Foundation of the Arts and Wells Fargo in association with Danza Floricanto USA present the world premiere production of “Salon Mexico.” Opening in Spanish tonight at 8 p.m., it will premiere next Friday night in English at the same time. The Foundation is located at 421 North Avenue 19 in Los Angeles. Tickets are $31 for either opening night, and includes a reception with the cast. For more information, call (323) 225-4044.


Tickets for several major concerts are on sale this weekend. Tomorrow, tickets to Britney Spears’ Nov. 20 show at the Arrowhead Pond and Nov. 21 show at the Staples Center go on sale at noon. Tickets start at $40.

Also on sale Saturday are tickets to Tool’s show Nov. 1 at the Verizon Ampitheater. Prices begin at $35.

Brian McKnight and Tyrese’s Oct. 28 show at Universal Amphitheater also goes on sale Saturday, with prices beginning at $28.

On sale Sunday are tickets to U2, with opening act No Doubt. Tickets to the Nov. 12 show begin at $46, and go on sale at 10 a.m. For more information, go to www.ticketmaster.com.

— Tim Tevault

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Journalism operations manager at the University of La Verne. Production manager and business manager of the Campus Times.

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