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Category: Puyallup


Enrique Iglesias concert at Puyallup Fair moves to Sunday, Sept. 16

Don’t worry Enrique Iglesias fans. He hasn’t canceled his concert date at the Puyallup Fair – he’s just moving it up to Sunday, Sept. 16.

Apparently, Iglesias had a scheduling conflict on the original date of Tuesday, Sept. 18. I don’t know what it is. His website still lists The Fair show as occurring on the 18th.

If you already have tickets and the new date works for you there will be no action needed on your part. The Fair will send you new tickets.

If the new date doesn’t work you have two options. Here’s the

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Danny Partridge and Greg Brady duke it out over Bigfoot in Puyallup

Who would have thought that little Danny Partridge and Greg Brady would one day grow up to become Bigfoot hunters?

Well, it’s happening Wednesday night at the Liberty Theater in Puyallup when KZOK radio host Danny Bonaduce premieres his film, “Bigfoot.” Bonaduce stars along with Barry Williams (“The Brady Bunch”) as two rival Bigfoot hunters. One is a DJ and the other is a conservationist.

I’m guessing Bonaduce is the DJ but perhaps he’s playing against type in this film.

Sherilyn Fenn (“Twin Peaks”), Howard Hesseman (“WKRP in Cincinnati”), Andre Royo (“The Wire”) and rocker Alice Cooper co-star in

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Craig Morgan to perform after Puyallup Rodeo

Country music’s Craig Morgan will perform at the Puyallup Fair on Sept. 8 following the rodeo, it was announced today.

Tickets are on sale now.

Morgan has 14 Top Ten hits including “Redneck Yacht Club,” “Almost Home,” “That’s What I Love About Sunday,” and “Tough.”

Morgan will perform after the Puyallup Pro Rodeo, Justin Boots Playoffs that start at 6:30 p.m. at the Puyallup Fair & Events Center.

Tickets are sale now at the Puyallup Fair website, or by phone at 888-559-3247, daily, 8 a.m.–8 p.m. PST. To save the convenience charges, purchase tickets in

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Laugh for the cure on Saturday with a master impersonator

Former Las Vegas performer and current Puyallup resident Larry G Jones is a master of impersonations. He’s also a cancer survivor.

On Saturday he’ll perform in ‘Laugh Towards A Cure’ – a cancer benefit comedy show. Jones sings and acts his way through 75 superstar singers and celebrities in this family-friendly show.

From Cher to Willie Nelson to Sammy Davis, Jr. he covers an astonishing variety of performers in his one-man “Legendary Voices in Concert.” The 90-minute show will be held in the 300-seat indoor theater at Meridian Habitat Park.

Jones had his own show for 10 years in

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Puyallup’s Konzelman brothers win ‘Escape Routes’

Expect to see two shiny new Ford Escapes on the streets of Puyallup soon. Drew and Derek Konzelman won NBC’s and Ford Motor Company’s “Escape Routes” tonight, earning them a $100,000 award and their own Ford Escapes.

“I just won a hundred thousand dollars and a new car!!,” Drew tweeted a few minutes ago.

“Escape Routes” was an hourlong, point-based reality competition series which had teams visiting six cities over 42 days in their 2013 Ford Escapes.

“Escape Routes” was highly interactive. The show heavily incorporated social media. The teams worked with online fans on some of the challenges and

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The Doobie Brothers added to fair line-up

The Puyallup Fair hasn’t yet finished filling in the gaps in their entertainment line-up. Veteran rockers The Doobie Brothers will be performing there on Sept. 19. Tickets go on sale on Saturday, April 28 at 10 a.m.

The group, with 16 albums and hit songs, “Black Water,” “What a Fool Believes,” “Real Love,” and “Long Train Running,” has been around since the 1970s. Though the band’s makeup (including Michael McDonald) has changed over the years founding members Tom Johnston and Pat Simmons are still the writers and lead vocalists for the group.

The Doobie Brothers will perform on Wednesday,

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Train closes Puyallup Fair’s entertainment lineup

The Puyallup Fair announced today that Train will perform there on the fair’s final night, Sept. 23. Tickets go on sale on Saturday, April 28 at 10 a.m.

Train joins Willie Nelson, Martina McBride, TobyMac, Big Time Rush, Tim McGraw, Jeff Dunham and others in the star-studded lineup.

Train first rose to prominence with their single “Meet Virginia” but shot to chart topping status with “Drops of Jupiter.” After a three year hiatus this three-time Grammy Award winning group is back together. Last year Train lead singer Patrick Monahan performed with Tacoma singer Vicci Martinez on “The Voice.”

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Puyallup’s Spring Fair starts on Thursday

Music-making and NASCAR are the themes of two new attractions at this weekend’s vernal version of the Puyallup Fair which swings open its gates at 2 p.m. Thursday.

While some of the action is happening only Friday through Sunday there are still plenty of reasons to head over on Thursday. First: admission is free all day to anyone 18 or younger. The Fair just asks that you bring a non-perishable food donation for the Puyallup Food Bank.

Up for a good scare? The Extreme Scream is only $7.50 on Thursday ($3 off the usual $10.50 price.) Top it all off

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