Annual Agri-Country Bluegrass Festival gets ready to jam

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Casa Grande – National acts, local favorites, an incredible quilt show, fabulous food, a

giant model train exhibit, a classic car show and so much more are all on tap at the Annual Festival. The fun begins Fri., Jan. 24 and runs through Sun., Jan. 26. Just $8, for ages 13 and over, includes all of the entertainment. Kids 12 and under get in free, with accompanying responsible adult.

Two stages packed with talented musicians provide nonstop toe tapping music. Big name bands include Special Consensus, James Reams and the Barnstormers, Silverado Bluegrass

Band, Thomas Porter and The Copper River Band, Jeff Scroggins and Colorado, Run Boy Run, and many more.Visit pinalfairgrounds.com for a complete list of bands and schedule.

. Guests are sure to enjoy the Wild West Quilt show. A huge model train exhibit with real working trains will delight onlookers. The Festival also includes a classic car show on Saturday. Festival attendees can vote for their favorite car. Saturday also features tractor pulls. Sunday brings a show and shine car show – no registration needed. All show cars are welcome.

The Agri-Country Bluegrass Festival is a rain or shine event. The main stage is indoors, as is the quilt show and train display. The festival is held at the Pinal Fairgrounds and Event Center at 512 S. 11 Mile Corner Road, Casa Grande. Mark your calendars now for Jan. 24 – 26. Camping is available on site and includes festival admission. For more details visits pinalfairgrounds.com or call 520-723-7881.

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