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Dylan , fresh off an Academy Award win, and country queen Wynonna will round out the entertainment for this year's Antelope Valley This article is about the Los Angeles County region. For the census-designated place in Wyoming, see Antelope Valley-Crestview, Wyoming.
The Antelope Valley Fair.
Dylan, whose 1960s lyrics were credited with introducing social commentary into pop music, is actually a replacement for country singer Alan Jackson, who canceled a fair date.
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``We just have a real good lineup this year. There's something for everybody,'' fair manager Dan Jacobs said.
Opening for Wynonna will be actor Dennis Quaid and his band, the Sharks.
Tickets for both concerts will go on sale June 16 at the Fairgrounds n. pl. 1. same as fairground. box office, 155 E. Ave. I, will also be available through Ticketmaster.
Tickets for the Aug. 24 Wynonna/Dennis Quaid and The Sharks concert are $25, $20 and $15. Tickets for the Aug. 25 Bob Dylan concert are $30, $25 and $20.
Also on sale are tickets to the previously announced concerts: Chubby Checker on Aug. 26, $10 Pay One Gate Day; Tracy Byrd and Lonestar Aug. 27, $25, $20, $15; Glen Campbell Aug. 28, Senior Day; and Destiny's Child and Stacie Orrico on Aug. 29, $30, $25, $20.
Wynonna opens the fair's concert series, which is sponsored by Robertson's Palmdale Honda.
Wynonna and her mother, Naomi Judd, played their first show in 1984 as the opening act for the Statlers. Naomi retired due to illness, but Wynonna went on as a solo singer with songs like, ``She Is His Only Need,'' ``I Saw the Light,'' ``No One Else on Earth'' and ``My Strongest Weakness.''
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Dylan, who will turn 60 on Thursday, is stopping in Lancaster as part of a tour hitting state fairs. After spending late June and most of July in Europe, Dylan is playing in August at the Iowa, Illinois and Colorado state fairs before coming to Lancaster.
Dylan won an Academy Award on March 25 for ``Things Have Changed'' in the movie ``Wonder Boys'' and performed for the Oscar show in a live hookup hookup,
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But his concerts this year have still included songs from his early career like ``All Along the Watchtower,'' ``Blowin' in the Wind'' and ``Highway 61 Revisited.''
Fair admission is $6 for adults and $4 for seniors and children age 6 to 15. Children under age 6 are admitted free. Presale admission tickets are available for $5 until Aug. 24. Carnival wristbands for unlimited carnival rides are $12 in advance or $15 at the fair.
Concert tickets include fair admission.
For more information on events at this year's fair, call (661) 948-6060 or visit the fair Web site at www.avfair.com.