Venue Details

237 Star Starred
Fairplex
1101 McKinley Avenue Pomona, CA 91768
909-623-3111
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Bring some sort of cushion, chair, pillow, something. More than two hours on the hard ground leaves you achy for the drive home.
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Bring $10 cash for parking.
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Reviews & Ratings

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43 events
22 reviews
2 stars
attended Sep 05 2009

Al Green and The Spinners put on a wonderful show at the LA County Fair. Both were entertaining, played to the crowd, and performed a wide array of their vast portfolios. The main reason I only gave it 3 stars is that we were unhappy with our...continued

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7 reviews
18 stars
attended Sep 05 2009

I enjoyed the entertainment, five stars! I understand Goldstar may not have been given the best seats to sell, I agree with most reviews already made, in that we paid for box seats hoping to get a good seat, for this I rated it two stars. I...continued

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6 reviews
2 stars
attended Sep 05 2009

I paid extra for the box seats. Very dissappointed, the seats were so off to the side you couldnt even see the big screen.I would have been better off in the grandstand and those tix were free!

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Website

http://www.lacountyfair.com/2009/ConcertsEntertainment/Lineup.asp

Quotes & Highlights

Hear Al Green and The Spinners at their websites.

Description

Al Green was the first great soul singer of the ‘70s and the last great Southern soul vocalist. The classic performer garnered two Grammy awards in 2009 in R&B for tracks from the album I Can’t Stop – “Stay With Me” and “You’ve Got The Love I Need.” Witness this one-of-a-kind artist, a legend whose music bridges generations and genres, and is quite simply timeless. *

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The Top 10 ‘70s soul group The Spinners hit the charts with “Mighty Love,” “Then Came You,” “I’ll Be Around,” “One of a Kind,” “Games People Play” and “Could it Be.” “Working My Way Back to You” in 1980 gave the Spinners their 12th gold record.