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On stage this week at the San Diego County Fair

7:30 p.m. June 27: An Evening With Fergie

When Stacy Ferguson walked into the studio to record the track, “Shut Up,” with hip-hop group The Black Eyed Peas, her life changed forever.

Today, she is the three-time Grammy award-winning phenomenal artist, Fergie, and she has sold millions of discs and racked in the awards.

Concert with Fair admission, all ages: Floor and Terrace reserved seats are $131. Second- and fourth-level reserved seats are $51. General admission (unreserved seats on the third and fifth levels) are $35. Prices do not include Ticketmaster fees.

7 p.m. June 28: Fourth Annual Gospel Festival featuring Tye Tribbett & G.A. and Byron Cage

The Fourth Annual Gospel Festival will feature uplifting gospel music performed by talented members of the Southern California community, as well as nationally known gospel artists Tye Tribbett & G.A. and Byron Cage.
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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 29: Intocable with Los Horoscopos de Durango

Grammy award winning superstar group Intocable (Untouchable) is a Tejano/Norteno musical group from Zapata, Texas that was started by friends Ricky Muñoz and Rene Martínez in the early ‘90s.

Horóscopos de Durango was formed over 30 years ago and are now considered by many critics as the pioneers of the Duranguense genre, which includes Tambora, with a combination of tuba and saxophone.

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This show is free with Fair admission for unreserved seats on the third and fifth levels.

A limited number of reserved seats are available. Prices for the Floor (standing area, no seats), Terrace seating and second- and fourth-level seating are $25 for those 13-61; $20 for ages 62 and older and ages 6-12.

8 p.m. June 30: “Weird Al” Yankovic

“Weird Al” Yankovic is known particularly for his humorous songs that make light of pop culture and, more often than not, parody songs by contemporary musical acts. He began his career as a teenager, writing musical parodies at home, and after getting his demo tape to the host of a popular radio show, he received his big break.

Dinner package: $95, all ages. Price includes floor seating in front of the stage, Fair admission, parking, and dinner, but does not include Ticketmaster fees.

This show is free with Fair admission for unreserved seats on the third and fifth levels. 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. July 1: Sugarland

“Who Says You Can’t Go Home?” Surely, not country music’s “Best Duo/Group of the Year” Sugarland, which also won the Favorite Breakthrough Artist Award at the American Music Awards. After their top-five single “Baby Girl” put them on the map, Sugarland sold 3 million copies of their Nashville debut CD, “Twice the Speed of Life,” and earned a Grammy nomination for “Best New Artist.”

Dinner package: $147, 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 $81. Terrace, second- and fourth-level reserved seats are $56. General admission (unreserved seats on the third and fifth levels) are $25. Prices do not include Ticketmaster fees.

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7:30 p.m. July 2: Little Big Town

Celebrating their 10th anniversary as a band, Little Big Town is best known for their soulful vocal interplays and harmonies on stage. Their 2005 platinum album, “The Road to Here,” was one of that year’s best received albums, establishing them as an innovative and distinctive country music band with an intimate and warm signature sound.

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. July 3: Boston

Boston will be bringing two new recruits on tour this year. Veteran Stryper frontman Michael Sweet will both sing and trade riffs with Gary Pihl and Tom Scholz on guitar. Unexpected phenomenon Tommy DeCarlo, the fan who posted his Boston covers on his myspace.com page and ended up on stage, also will belt out the classics that skyrocketed the band to worldwide fame.

Dinner package: $157, 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 $91. 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.

7:30 p.m. July 4: KC and the Sunshine Band

KC and the Sunshine Band fuses R&B and funk, mixed with a hint of Latin percussion groove, producing songs that are bound to get the crowd dancing. Their first major U.S. hit, in the early ‘70s, called audiences to “Get Down Tonight” and paved the way for future number-one hits, including “Shake Your Booty” and “That’s the Way (I Like It). “Please Don’t Go” was actually their first number-one hit of the 1980s.

It’s all 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.

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7:30 p.m. July 5: Joan Osborne

Combining country, folk and blues influences, Joan Osborne has written and sung thought-provoking songs since her rise to fame with her megahit, “One of Us.” “Right Hand Man,” “St. Teresa” and “After Jane” are also songs that increased her fan base, as did her appearance at Lilith Fair, a tour of female singer-songwriters. Please note that this concert will take place on the Chevrolet Paddock Stage.

7:30 p.m. July 6: WAR

From the late ‘60s to the present day, Los Angeles-based WAR played the music that made people dance and think. The band fused rock, Latin rhythms, funk, blues, jazz, and soul into a distinctive sound that many people found intoxicating. WAR was a righteous force of its era, often incorporating politics into its music.