Guy Lombardo

AM 730 KWOA and the Clay County Fair in Spencer, Iowa are proud to present: Guy Lombardo's Royal Canadian with Al Pierson!

This performance is slated for Tuesday, September 9 at 2 p.m. in the Clay County Regional Events Center Ballroom.

“Dancing the afternoon away to one of the most famous big bands in the world will be a true delight on Senior Day,” said CCF Manager Jeremy Parsons. “The air-conditioned ballroom at the Events Center will be the perfect site for the event.”

Founded in 1919, Guy Lombardo’s Royal Canadians is the longest running dance orchestra in the world with over 500 hit songs to its credit – more than any other 

orchestra in the world. Since Lombardo’s first television show in 1954, this orchestra has played for more than 1.5 billion viewers, making a New Year’s tradition out of the Scottish ballad “Auld Lang Syne.” They have sold over 500 million albums.

Ticket information will be available later this spring.

Experience all there is to do "Only at the Fair" September 6-14, 2014 in Spencer, Iowa! The Clay County Fair, "The World's Greatest County Fair" since 1917, attracts more than 300,000 people each September for unique experiences including world-class Grandstand entertainment, daily livestock and horse shows, more than $100,000 in free entertainment, thousands of competitive exhibits, the thrilling GoldStar Amusements Midway, every imaginable type of fair food, hundreds of commercial vendors and the largest farm machinery display at any fair in the United States! Every age will enjoy an “Only at the Fair” experience at the 2014 Clay County Fair.

For more information, visit www.claycountyfair.com.

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