Night Ranger - Wed., Sept. 13, 8PM
Night Ranger’s world tour comes to the Tulare County Fair on opening night, Wednesday, Sept. 13. With 17 million albums sold, and over 3,000 live shows performed, Night Ranger is speeding into its 35 anniversary. Night Ranger is proof that powerful songs and accomplished musicians is the prefect formula for continued success. CLICK HERE TO LISTEN TO NIGHT RANGER
Raelynn with Williams and Ree - Thurs., Sept. 14, 7PM
Spotlighted on Pandora’s Artists to Watch for the year, 2017 is proving to be a career year for singer-songwriter RaeLynn. Touring to support her long-awaited debut album Wildhorse, the 22-year-old has been one of the highest selling female country artists, with songs selling over 1 million digital copies and being streamed 94 million times. Raelynn performs on Thursday, Sept. 14, at the Tulare County Fair. CLICK HERE TO LISTEN TO RAELYNN
Williams and Ree, aka The Indian and the White Guy, are music and comedy team out of the Dakotas. Bruce Williams and Terry Ree have decades of knocked out shows under their belts and their belts reflect that. The message they bring is one of love and harmony, with an underlying note of deceit and debauchery. Their overall theme is " We Are All The Same". But, really, they are totally different than whoever is reading this bio.
Ohio Players - Fri., Sept. 15, 8PM
The seminal funk band Ohio Players will perform at the Tulare County Fair on Friday, Sept. 15. The band has earned numerous gold certifications for records selling at least 500,000 copies. The band was recently inducted into the inaugural class of the Official R&B Music Hall of Fame. CLICK HERE TO LISTEN TO THE OHIO PLAYERSSeveral performances daily!
Queen Nation - Sat., Sept. 16, 8PM
This tribute to the music of Queen will hit the Budweiser Stage of the Tulare County Fair on Saturday, Sept. 16. Fairgoers will relive the magic of Queen, and the original band members, through startlingly authentic performances of Queen’s most famous hits.
Tower of Power - - Sun., Sept. 17, 8PM
For close to 50 years, Tower of Power has been creating its own kind of soul music – and the band brings that sound to the Tulare County Fair on Sunday, Sept. 17. The band is known for its horn-driven sound, with an outstanding lead vocalist and a dynamic group of musicians.