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Lyle Lovett returning to Modesto region. Here’s where, when you can see him perform

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Lyle Lovett brings along John Hiatt for a show at Turlock Community Theatre. The Gallo Center for the Arts hosts Lila Downs and Engelbert Humperdinck. The performers make up just part of the top entertainment planned in the Modesto region from Nov. 5-11.


Lyle Lovett and John Hiatt join for a concert at Turlock Community Theatre. A singer, composer and actor, Lovett couples his storytelling with elements of country, swing, jazz, folk, gospel and the blues.

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Country music star bringing his songs to Modesto amphitheater. More area entertainment

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Country singer Jake Owen brings his hits to the Fruit Yard Amphitheatre in Modesto. Also planned is the annual Modstock music festival at Graceada Park. Those are just two of the entertainment options in the Modesto region planned from Aug. 6-12.


Country singer Jake Owen is set to play at the Fruit Yard Amphitheatre in Modesto. His hits include “Yee Haw,” “Don’t Think I Can’t Love You” and “Eight Second Ride.” Also appearing will be guest artist Chris Janson. Limited seats were available at press time.

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17 nights of concerts: This year’s California State Fair has musical acts for every generation

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After two years away, the gates to the California State Fair & Food Festival will re-open Friday at Cal Expo and run through the end of the month.

While food and carnival rides are sure to be the main attractions, every day will end with a music concert headlined by a mix of contemporary, legendary and tribute acts.

All shows start at 8 p.m. and all but one are free with general admission; reserved seating is available for an extra cost.

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CA to stop requiring vaccine proof, negative tests at concerts, other large indoor events

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California will lift COVID-19 vaccine and negative test requirements for large indoor events like concerts and games starting April 1, state officials announced last week.

Verification of full vaccination against COVID-19 and pre-entry negative test results will be strongly recommended by the state — but no longer required — at indoor “mega” events with more than 1,000 attendees.

Masks are strongly recommended at mega events, but are also not mandated by the state.

The state is shedding the vaccine verification requirement as California emerges from an omicron-fueled surge that sent numbers skyrocketing during the winter.

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