CLEARFIELD – Concert tickets and the advance gate season pass are now available for purchase by mail order. A ticket order form can be printed from the official Web site. All prices include the Clearfield Borough Amusement Tax.
Tickets are filled on a first come-first served basis, so the sooner an order is placed, the better seating will be received.
Headlining the fair this year: Tuesday, July 30, Doobie Brothers; Wednesday, Aug. 1, Sugarland; Friday, Aug. 3, Skid Row and Quiet Riot; and Saturday, Aug. 4, Meatloaf.
The gate admission of $6 includes all day access to the mechanical rides. For those that do not wish to ride, the advance gate season pass is available for purchase at the cost of $15 up until the Sunday prior to the fair. The advance pass is a booklet of five admission coupons. This allows non-riders to pay a $3 admission as in past years. The advance gate pass can be ordered on the same ticket form as concert tickets.
Phone orders will begin June 20. Visa/Mastercard is accepted. The cost of parking could not be included in the admission price due to the fact that the fair cannot guarantee parking.
Country Jammin’ the Valley will be held May 18-20. The event features Smokin’ Joe and the Wildhorse Band, independent country artists from all over the nation, and salutes Armed Forces Awareness Day. Tickets are $6 per day or $12 for a weekend pass. Those with military identification receive half price admission. Proceeds benefit One Less Tear and the Children’s Miracle Network.
Event tickets for Thrills in the Hills are now available online and at the following locations: Champions Choice – Curwensville; DuBois Harley Davidson – DuBois; Dennys Beer Barrel Pub, Busters Sports Bar, Clearfield Chamber of Commerce, and the fair office – Clearfield.
Visa/MC will be accepted for online ticket orders. Tickets are $11 in advance and $15 at the gate for the entire event. American band Grand Funk Railroad headlines Thrills in the Hills along with performances by Ozone Rangers, Rusty Gun Revival, and Psycho Gang Thrill Riders. For information on the Fair, Thrills in the Hills, and Country Jammin’ in the Valley, visit the Web site.