Local, regional musicians highlight of fairThe Head of the Lake Fair 2013 runs today through Sunday at the Douglas County fairgrounds, 4600 Tower Ave., Superior. Tonight is sneak-a-peak night with free gate admission.
The Head of the Lake Fair 2013 runs today through Sunday at the Douglas County fairgrounds, 4600 Tower Ave., Superior. Tonight is sneak-a-peak night with free gate admission.
AMSOIL races will tonight at regular race admission rates. Racing returns at 6:30 p.m. Friday and fair gate admission gets you in the races.
Music entertainment this year is provided by local and regional dance bands. Thursday night the Showtime Band plays from 8 to 11 p.m.
Friday’s music begins at 8 pm with ‘Blue Light Special.’ This group has been entertaining the Northland for 15 years with rock ‘n’ roll classics from the ‘70s to today. Their attention to detail and the variety of songs on their play list will please a wide audience. Whether you love to dance or just listen, Blue Light Special will grab your attention. Band members are Andy Turonie, lead guitar and vocals; Renee Turonie keyboards, vocals, and cowbell; Ryan Hanson, bass guitar, vocals and eye candy; Travis Hilton, smokin’ drums; Tele-master John, lead guitar, keys, humming
The dancing and stage entertainment continues Saturday night at 8 p.m. with the Ladies of the 80s. Ladies of the 80s is a tribute to the fantastic females of that unforgettable era, the totally awesome ‘80s. They perform the hard driving rock of Heart, power pop of Cyndi Lauper and the GoGos, punk guitar rock of Joan Jett and Blondie, dance music of Madonna and Janet Jackson, and crossover country of Dolly Parton and the Judds. Ladies of the 80s provides nonstop impersonations of the greatest female artists of the 1980s, covering all the bases to make this years’ Head of the Lakes Fair a fun-filled flashback.
Thursday is a busy day at the Fair with senior bingo at 1 p.m., a kids pedal tractor race at 6 p.m., the livestock auction at 7 p.m. and dance music starting at 8 p.m.
Don’t miss out on the talent and hard work on display by the kids of 4-H.