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On stage this week at Del Mar Fair

7:30 p.m. June 20: Earth, Wind & Fire

Multi-platinum, Grammy-winning Earth, Wind & Fire fuses different genres of music to produce songs such as “Getaway,” “That’s the Way of the World,” and “Let’s Groove.”

Dinner package: $165, all ages. Price includes floor seating in front of the stage, Fair admission, parking, and dinner, but does not include Ticketmaster fees.

Concert with Fair admission, all ages: Floor (outer sections) reserved seats are $99. Terrace, second- and fourth-level reserved seats are $50. General admission (unreserved seats on the third and fifth levels) are $25. Prices do not include Ticketmaster fees.

5:00 p.m. June 21: Doodlebops Live!

Based on the Disney Channel TV series that features a mix of music, dancing, and humorous skits, the Doodlebops is a Canadian-based musical pop band geared toward pre-school children.
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This show is free with Fair admission for unreserved seats on the third and fifth levels, and for the standing area in front of the stage.

A limited number of reserved seats are available. Prices for Terrace seating are $31 for those 13-61; $26 for ages 62 and older and ages 6-12. Second- and fourth-level reserved seats are $25 for ages 13-61; $20 for ages 62 and older and ages 6-12.

7:30 p.m. June 22: Los Huracanes del Norte

This seven-member band has spent more than 30 years at the top of the Mexican music market. With more than 50 albums, Los Huracanes del Norte is commonly known as one of Musica Norteña’s most influential groups.

This show is free with Fair admission for unreserved seats on the third and fifth levels, and for the standing area in front of the stage.

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A limited number of reserved seats are available. Prices for Terrace seating are $31 for those 13-61; $26 for ages 62 and older and ages 6-12. Second- and fourth-level reserved seats are $25 for ages 13-61; $20 for ages 62 and older and ages 6-12.

7:30 p.m. June 24: Third World with LaserSpectacular featuring the music of Pink Floyd

Third World hales from reggae’s homeland of Jamaica, Third World has a string of hits, including “Try Jah Love,” “Forbidden Love,” “Sense of Purpose” and “DJ Ambassador.”

Paramount’s LaserSpectacular has become a cult classic, presenting the music of Pink Floyd like you’ve never seen it before. Lasers and lighting effects parallel the sonic journey with an array of glowing visual displays choreographed to the soundtrack.This show is free with Fair admission for unreserved seats on the third and fifth levels, and for the standing area in front of the stage.

A limited number of reserved seats are available. Prices for Terrace seating are $31 for those 13-61; $26 for ages 62 and older and ages 6-12. Second- and fourth-level reserved seats are $25 for ages 13-61; $20 for ages 62 and older and ages 6-12.

7:30 p.m. June 25: Cartel

This five-member alternative rock band started its rise on the music scene with its 2005 release, “Chroma,” which featured the hits “Honestly” and “Say Anything (Else).”

This show is free with Fair admission for unreserved seats on the third and fifth levels, and for the standing area in front of the stage.

A limited number of reserved seats are available. Prices for Terrace seating are $31 for those 13-61; $26 for ages 62 and older and ages 6-12. Second- and fourth-level reserved seats are $25 for ages 13-61; $20 for ages 62 and older and ages 6-12.

7:30 p.m. June 26: B.B. King

With a career spanning 60 years and an estimated 10,000 shows, the King of Blues steps on stage with Lucille (his famed $30 guitar). Literally hitchhiking his way to a music career, B.B. King has come a long way from the days when he played on street corners for dimes. He began his recording career in the 1940s, and has since released over 50 albums. His big break came in 1948 at a radio performance that landed him steady gigs for the remainder of the year.
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Dinner package: $166, all ages. Price includes floor seating in front of the stage, Fair admission, parking, and dinner, but does not include Ticketmaster fees.

Concert with Fair admission, all ages: Floor reserved seats are $100. Terrace, second- and fourth-level reserved seats are $50. General admission (unreserved seats on the third and fifth levels) are $20. Prices do not include Ticketmaster fees.


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