IMPERIAL – Entertainment for the 2013 edition of the California Mid-Winter Fair and Fiesta will have a mix of nostalgia, country and hard rock in six tribute concerts throughout the fair’s 10 day period.
The first two days of the fair will feature legendary music of the 1960s with Nathan Owen’s Motown Legends and “Paperback Writer,” a tribute to the group that launched the British invasion of that era—the Beatles. Motown will be March 1, the first Friday of the fair and the Beatles Tribute will be March 2.
The 2013 California Mid-Winter Fair, with a theme of “Experience the Magic” will run from March 1 through March 10.
Other entertainment on tap includes “I Like It, I Love It,” a Tim McGraw Tribute on March 5; “Heartbreaker,” a Tribute to Led Zeppelin on March 7; “Blaze of Glory,” a tribute to Bon Jovi on March 8, and Unauthorized Rolling Stones, a Rolling Stones Tribute scheduled for March 9.
Two other major changes have been made to the schedule. The Dia de la Familia has been moved to the first Sunday, March 3 and a new Farm Olympics has been added to the closing Sunday, March 10. The Olympics is a friendly team competition that will showcase talent in truck driving and farm related activities.
“We are very excited with this addition to our schedule. This event has proven to be very popular at other fairs and it is a great way to recognize the leading industry in our Valley,” said fair Chief Executive Officer Theresa Garcia.
Presale tickets are currently on sale at the fair box office and will go on sale at other outlets throughout the county February 1. Presale tickets are $6 for adults (13 to 59), $4 children (6-12) and $5 for seniors (over age of 60)
Family value packs are $56. This $167 value includes two adult and two child admissions, two carnival coupons, two adult and two children admissions to the 2013 San Diego County Fair plus $41 in fair coupons.
The fair will open with Military Appreciation Day on March 1 that will provide free admission to all military (active duty, retired and reservists) and veterans as well as one guest. Opening day will also be free to seniors with a coupon from the Imperial Valley Press.