The Summer Concert Series at the Pacific Amphitheatre is geared to provide a premier concert experience at a fan-friendly ticket price and, as always, concert tickets include FREE fair admission to the OC Fair!
OC Fair & Event Center
Days & Hours (Open Wednesday-Sunday)
Saturday-Sunday 10 a.m.-Midnight
Prices – Admission: (Children under 6 are free everyday.)
Single Day: General $10, Senior (60+) $7, Child (6-12) $5. No fees for customers who use Ticketmaster’s TicketFast (print-at-home) option!
Group Sales (15+): General $8, Senior (60+) $5, Child (6-12) $3. (Mail or fax order form by July 2.)
Super Pass: General $30, Senior (60+) $25, Child (6-12) $20.
Prices – Parking: General $7, Preferred $12.
Theme: The Beat Goes On – A tradition for 120 years, the heart of Orange County – the OC Fair – continues to beat.
The OC Fair invites guests to a deep-fried summer on a stick as it celebrate its 120th anniversary July 16-August 15, 2010. The 2010 OC Fair, open Wednesday-Sunday, will feature the premiere of a 120th anniversary exhibit showcasing a decade-by-decade look into Orange County’s favorite tradition. This year’s theme, “The Beat Goes On,” honors the heart of Orange County – the OC Fair – as it continues to beat.
The 23-day celebration kicks off with free admission and parking for everyone during the first hour of the 2010 Fair (Friday, July 16, Noon-1 p.m.) Other 2010 promotions include the Super Pass for $30 (adult price), allowing those guests who cannot get enough of the Fair daily access at one low price; in support of our heroes, active military (with valid ID) receive free admission daily; “We Care Wednesdays” offer free admission and one carnival ride with an appropriate donation at the gates (check ocfair.com for donation details as they vary each week); Thursdays offer children 12 and younger free admission and Fridays celebrate seniors (60 and older) with a discount on admission and free select carnival rides. The Fair is closed on Mondays and Tuesdays.
The Fair would not be the Fair without its abundance of food. Everything under the sun that can be deep-fried, on a stick and so much more. Approximately 80 vendors offer a variety of food choices, including colossal Mexican funnel cakes, giant turkey legs, mile-long hot dogs, cinnamon rolls, frozen lemonade, deep-fried Smore’s, chocolate-covered bacon, roasted corn and much more.
WIN! One (1) winner will win two (2) tickets to see Julianne Hough at Pacific Amphitheatre Thursday 7/29. Also, the tickets get winner into the fair for free on 7/29.
Giveaway dates: June 8 and ends June 22.
REQUIRED ENTRY – Have you been to an OC Fair/Pac Amp concert? If so, who did you see? and who would you take with you if you win this giveaway? Leave a comment in the reply box below this post!
(Remember if this REQUIRED ENTRY is not followed then no other entries will count)
Bonus Entries: Please, leave each extra entry in a separate comment.
- Like OCFair on Facebook (2 extra – 2 separate comments #1, #2)
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- Blog about this giveaway (leave the link) (2 extra – 2 comments #1, #2)
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- Enter another one of our current giveaways. (3 extra – 3 separate comments #1, #2, #3)
- Tweet about this giveaway (WIN 2 tix to see Julianne Hough @ Pacific Amphitheater via @thatsitmommy @OCFair http://wp.me/pAWsG-14L #GIVEAWAY #OCFair #pacamp (CA ONLY) * come back daily and leave us the link to the tweet (1 extra)
This giveaway will run through midnight on June 22, 2010 (PST) with winner being announced sometime on or before June 24, 2010 (PST). Winner will be chosen using Random.org from all valid entries and notified via email.
Winner will have 48 hours to contact us before another winner is chosen. Giveaway is open to California residents only (18+).
* This information was provided to thatsitmommy and we did not receive any compensation for this giveaway.
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