The popular Table Mountain Concert Series presented by Coors Light and Toyota in the Paul Paul Theater will not be part of the modified 2020 Big Fresno Fair. The Fair has been working with the Fresno County Department of Public Health on a satisfactory plan for concerts, however the Health Department decided it would not approve concerts in the Paul Paul Theater at the 2020 Fair event.
For those individuals who had purchased concert tickets to one of the four announced 2020 shows (Becky G, Ezra Ray Hart, Frankie Valli & The Four Seasons and The Isley Brothers), refunds will automatically be issued to the credit card the tickets were purchased on. Refunds will be processed beginning July 15 and may take up to 10 days to show on the credit card. If you have questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (559) 650-FAIR.
Despite the fact that the Paul Paul Theater will go dark this year, Big Fresno Fair Management and staff continue to work in collaboration with the Fresno County Department of Public Health to bring a modified version of this longstanding tradition to the community – all while aligning with local, State and CDC guidelines for the health and safety of staff and the community. For more details on plans, go to www.fresnofair.com/modifiedfairplans
“The Big Fresno Fair is our community’s fair. We are committed to being here for our community in some capacity and will continue to find ways to connect, give back and keep part of the Fair tradition alive, while upholding the health and safety of our Fairgoers, staff and community,” said Stacy Rianda, Deputy Manager II, The Big Fresno Fair.