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Fair's musical main events set.



Byline: Serena Markstrom The Register-Guard

The Lane County Fair The Lane County Fair is an annual celebration held in Eugene, Oregon every August featuring food, music and other entertainment. It is held at the Lane County Fairgrounds.  has announced its main stage acts for 2008, and tickets went on sale Thursday for weekend concerts by headliners Little Big Town and Chicago.

The fair is Aug. 12-17 at the Lane Events Center, 796 W. 13th Ave.

Tickets for a "Sunday Fiesta" will be available at the event. All other evening concerts are free.

Little Big Town is a young country act based in Nashville. The band played the McDonald Theatre in 2006 and the Oregon Jamboree in Sweet Home in 2005, but local audiences haven't had the chance to see the group since the quartet released "A Place to Land."

Little Big Town plays Friday, Aug. 15, at 8 p.m. Tickets are between $15.50 and $27.50.

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 band to chart Top 40 albums in five decades. Fair organizers suggest buying tickets early, noting on the news release that the Eugene date is "the only Chicago concert set to date" in Oregon.

Tickets for Chicago range in price from $25.50 to $38.50.

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 the release, those who buy advance tickets for the Little Big Town and Chicago shows also will get free admission to the fair.

If you purchase a concert ticket the day of show, you will need to pay regular fair admission to see the show.

Sunday's performers have not yet been announced, but it will be a fiesta with mariachi mariachi

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 music and Mexican food, the release says. Tickets for Sunday's fiesta will be $10 for adults, $5 for kids and free for those 12 and younger.

In this year's free concerts, boogie band Canned Heat Canned Heat  

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 plays on Tuesday, country singer Jack Ingram For the actor, see .

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 is on Wednesday and classic rockers Riffle opens for disco-centric Satin Love Orchestra on Thursday.

Tickets are available through TicketsWest outlets, at www.ticketswest.com or by calling toll-free (800) 992-8499.
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Date:May 16, 2008
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