Kumbia Kings Headline 2014 Pinal County Fair!

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Phoenix- The Arizona State Fair is delighted to hear its good friends at the Pinal County Fair have booked the Kumbia King All Starz to appear at the 2014 Pinal County Fair! “We are very excited to host the Kumbia King All Starz! It’s a real coup for the fair to book such a huge act,” says Michael Searle, Pinal County Fair Director.

Band creator, A.B. Quintanilla, has been performing since he was a kid.  He, along with his sisters, gained national attention with Selena Y Los Dinos. They began their career at fairs and festivals. After the tragic murder of his sister, Selena, in March of 1995, A.B. withdrew from the music scene for several years. He came back with the creation of the band Kumbia Kings. They went on to win Grammys, as well as other awards.

The band was reorganized and is now known as Kumbia King All Starz. They have performed throughout the country and have seen tremendous success.  Their combination of cumbia, tejano, R&B, and hip hop is a unique, high energy sound that crowds love!

They will be performing one show only, Saturday March 22nd. The concert is FREE with fair admission! The Pinal County Fair runs March 19th through the 23rd and is held at the Pinal Fairgrounds and Event Center at 512 S. 11 Mile Corner Road, Casa Grande. Admission is $8 for adults; $4 for kids 6-12 years old, and 5 and under are free. Learn more at www.pinalfairgrounds.com.

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