Fidel Rueda, Banda Machos Round Out Central Washington State Fair Entertainment
The Central Washington State Fair has announced its final entertainment acts for this year's fair: Fidel Rueda will perform Sept. 22, and Banda Machos will close out the fair on Sept. 29.
The latest acts join Scotty McCreery, Tracy Byrd, Shenandoah (featuring Marty Raybon), Josh Turner, Nelly, the Temptations, Night Ranger and Creedence Clearwater Revisited on the CWSF bill.
Nominated for a Billboard Latin Music Award for Regional Mexican Song of the Year, Fidel Rueda is known for Banda, Norteño and Norteño-Banda musical styles. After founding the band Los Buitres as a youth, he broke with the band in 2006 and has continued as a solo performer ever since.
Banda Machos, from Villa Corona in the state of Jalisco, focuses on the Technobanda style. The band has released more than 20 albums in its 20-plus years of existence. The band found early success during the Quebradita wave, which was popular among Los Angeles' Latin community in the early 1990s.
Tickets go on sale Friday (June 22) at 10 a.m.
General admission seating for the fair's U.S. Cellular Concert Series on the Corona Stage are included with admission to the Sept. 20-29 fair, but a few reserved seats are available for purchase for all shows. Those tickets are available from the State Fair Park Box Office, any TicketsWest outlet or online at www.ticketswest.com. You can also purchase by phone at (800) 325-7328. Reserved seating does not include admission to the fair itself, though.
For more information on this year's fair and the entertainment acts, check the fair’s website, www.fairfun.com.