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Concertgoers should plan to arrive early for Garth Brooks shows 

Garth Brooks Mid State FairThere will be no opening act for first show

–The California Mid-State Fair wants to remind those attending either Garth Brooks concert on July 27 (7:30 p.m. and/or 10:30 p.m.) to arrive early. Please allow for extra time to park, catch a shuttle, purchase fair admission tickets and get onto the fairgrounds. Heavy crowds are expected, so please arrive early.

Those people attending the Garth Brooks concert at 7:30 p.m. should be advised that the show will start on-time, and there will be no opening act. Also, additional free Shuttle Park & Ride locations have been added and are available at these locations:

-Atascadero: SpringHill Suites at 900 El Camino Real
-Paso Robles: Paso Robles Municipal Airport at 4912 Wing Way
-Paso Robles: Paso Robles Horse Park at 3801 Hughes Parkway
-Paso Robles: Cuesta College/North County Campus at 2800 Buena Vista Drive

To handle the extra demand, the fair has added thirty-six (36) buses into its normal Park & Ride rotation. Buses will start running at noon on the 27th, and remain in operation until 4 a.m. on the 28th.

Uber is also an option, as the fair has added a dedicated Drop-Off/Pick-Up location on 19th Street and Riverside Avenue.

As always, fair-goers are encouraged to arrive early and give themselves plenty of time to get onto the fairgrounds.

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