Preview for the Ventura County Fair (August 2-13th, 06)

 

 

 

Ventura County Fair Announces Entertainment Line-Up

"Heart of the Country" Kicks Off August 2, 2006

 

Summertime Fun Guaranteed for All

 

VENTURA, Calif. (June 15, 2006) – Charlie Daniels Band, Big Bad Voodoo Daddy, Banda Cuisillos, Wynonna, Bobby Vinton, All American Rejects, Foreigner, and Creedence Clearwater Revisited are the headline entertainment acts scheduled to appear during the 12 days of the 2006 Ventura County Fair to be held August 2 to 13 at the Ventura County Fairgrounds in Ventura. 

 

Other attractions include two days of Motorsports races on Wednesday, August 2 and Thursday, August 3, the Junior Livestock Auction on Wednesday, August 9, Fiesta del Charro on Friday, August 11 and the PRCA Rodeo on Saturday and Sunday, August 12 and 13.

 

"We are very excited to celebrate another year with such a great line-up of entertainment.  These shows, along with our Agricultural exhibits, Home Arts handiworks, carnival and food offerings and much more will no doubt bring out the groups of friends and families that make the Fair Ventura County’s number one summertime destination," says Barbara Boester-Quaid, Chief Executive Officer for the State of California’s 31st District Agricultural Association which operates the Ventura County Fairgrounds.

 

            Additional information about the Ventura County Fair is available at www.venturacountyfair.org  or by calling the Fairgrounds offices at (805) 648-3376.

 

About the Ventura County Fairgrounds

 

Site of the annual 12-day Ventura County Fair (August 2-13 in 2006), the Ventura County Fairgrounds is 62 acres of ocean-front property at the western edge of the city of Ventura, approximately 65 miles northwest of Los Angeles. It hosts a wide variety of events throughout the year, ranging from business meetings, teleconferences and major trade shows to concerts, expositions and equestrian events. The Ventura County Fairgrounds is owned by the State of California and administered by the 31st District Agricultural Association under the direction of the Division of Fairs and Expositions, Department of Food and Agriculture. A nine member Board of Directors, appointed by the Governor, oversees the Association. The 31st DAA is a self-supporting entity, receiving no tax dollars.