Upcoming Doo-Wah Riders Performances 2022


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The Doo-Wah Riders return to The Antelope Valley Fair for one day! Three shows to be seen, 6:30pm, 8:30pm, and 10:30 pm. The mission of The Antelope Valley Fair Association is to serve as a well-managed, safe, multi-purpose, year-round facility which meets the diverse educational and entertainment needs of the residents and families of the Antelope Valley. The A.V. Fair Association will be innovative in planning and growth while protecting the public’s investment, maintaining sensitivity to our environment and preserving and caring for our agricultural heritage while creating new cultural traditions.

Since its establishment in 1949, the Coconino County Fair continues to promote community involvement and interest in agriculture, horticulture, livestock, household arts, and diverse traditions, as well as many other areas. This is accomplished by providing an educational and entertaining experience in a family-friendly environment that encourages the public to showcase their accomplishments.

Since its establishment in 1949, the Coconino County Fair continues to promote community involvement and interest in agriculture, horticulture, livestock, household arts, and diverse traditions, as well as many other areas. This is accomplished by providing an educational and entertaining experience in a family-friendly environment that encourages the public to showcase their accomplishments.

The North Idaho State Fair

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Kootenai County Fairgrounds, 4056 N. Government Way, Coeur d’Alene, ID 83815, Coeur d’Alene, ID 83815

The North Idaho State Fair started from humble beginnings 100 years ago to grow into the ten-day, community-wide entertainment and educational event that it is today!

Kootenai County’s first fairs were held in 1922 and 1923 in Post Falls and Worley, Idaho to showcase the projects of 4-H members. Then, in 1931, a 4-H fair was held at the county courthouse, with approximately 100 members participating.

As time went by, the 4-H fairs grew in scope and participation. In 1935, the County Commissioners levied 1/20th of a mill to raise approximately $800 for fair purposes. Two years later, the city purchased the old Mill Grounds for $19,000 and a Fair board was organized. A year later, a building was constructed on that site at a cost of about $3,500. In 1939, an estimated 4,000 people turned out to see the exhibits of 150 4-H members. As the years went by, barns and events, including a horse show, were added at that site.

At Knott’s, fun is always in season, with dozens of thrilling rides, shows, and attractions in four themed areas inspired by the history and culture of California.

A day at Knott’s Berry Farm means taking on mammoth roller coasters, Old West adventures in the authentic 1800’s Ghost Town, paying tribute to California’s Hispanic roots in Fiesta Village, experiencing the Southern California beach lifestyle along the Boardwalk, and going on a High Sierras adventure with the world’s most loveable beagle – Snoopy!

Located just 10 minutes from the Anaheim resort area, the once small family farm has grown into today's family fun destination; home to the Knott's Berry Farm theme park, Knott's Soak City Waterpark and Knott's Berry Farm Hotel. Whether you are looking for a weekend getaway, family road trip, or overnight stay, you’ll find something for everyone at Knott’s Berry Farm!

For the 39th year, Savings Bank of Walpole is excited to sponsor the “Concerts on the Green” series in Walpole. The nine-concert series, which will be held on the town green in Walpole, will kick off on Sunday, June 19 with the Westmoreland Town Band and go through mid -August. All shows will be held rain or shine on Sundays from 6:30-8:00 PM unless otherwise noted. Pack a picnic basket, bring a blanket and/or lawn chair and enjoy the show! For more information, call (603) 352-1822.

La Habra Heights is a region of La Habra, California located in Orange County. Each summer for over 20 years its association, LHHIA, has sponsored Music in the Park. Each year it gets better. The most popular groups are asked back and some great new groups are added. Over 2000 people attend many of the concert events. Each event offers a variety of foods and desserts. Bring low back lawn chairs, blankets and get ready to rock with the region's best entertainment! It's hot music for cool summer nights.

The summer adventure continues long after the sun goes down, with a nighttime summer party that will liven up the evening. Knott's Summer Nights offers exciting ways to enjoy the nighttime festivities that fill Knott’s midway from Calico Square to Charleston Circle with live music and DJs. With a hub of live music, unique summer food offerings, Instagram-able photo opportunities, interactive experiences and family-friendly games, Knott’s Summer Nights will be an event to remember.