The Festival office will be accepting requests for donation forms / refunds for the Mavericks concert now through Friday, August 4, 2017 at Noon.

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with the Lancaster Festival Orchestra
OU-L Wendel Concert Stage


Festival Fair Day

Fairfield County Fairgrounds
9:00am - 3:00pm • Kids Free; Adults $5

- COSI Science Spots
- Noise Parades
- Supa Fun Band
- Our Zoo to You
- The Magic of Drew Murray
- Adelphi Band

There’s something for everyone at the Fairgrounds, especially the children in this non-stop day of music, audience participation and family activities. The day includes: COSI Science Spots, Noise Parades, Supa Fun Band, Our Zoo to You, Operator for a Day, The Magic of Drew Murray, Adelphi Band and much more. Parking is Free. Children are admitted free. Adults admission is $5.00. Help out local food pantries and enter for a chance to win concert tickets by donating nonperishable food items at the gate.

The Mavericks

with the Lancaster Festival Orchestra
OU-L Wendel Concert Stage

Table Seats $37/$32; Lawn Tickets $20 adult ($30 at the gate), $5 child 13 and under.
Fireworks follow the performance, free parking, bring your own picnic or purchase on-site.


There will be a special "Armed Services Medley" at the end of the program, featuring the theme song of all the services.  The performance of the piece will be dedicated to to all servicemen and women.

Festival grounds open at 5:30 pm. Lawn chairs and blankets permitted for lawn seats only. Picnics and coolers allowed, or food and beverages available for purchase at the Kroger Pavilion. Beer and wine tent available for guests 21+.

PLEASE NOTE: If you are purchasing seats at a table, you will be sitting with others. You are purchasing a ticket to a reserved table, not a specific seat at the table. Seats at the table will be filled first come first serve. Seat numbers are only to track tickets sold.

No refunds or exchanges. Artists and programs are subject to change without notice.
Outdoor concerts will be held rain or shine unless safety is a concern.


The Mavericks bring their exuberant mix of country, rockabilly, Tex-Mex, Latin and swing to the Lancaster Festival in their first-ever orchestra show. The band has charted 14 singles on the Billboard country charts and won a Grammy Award for the song "Here Comes the Rain." Lead vocalist Raul Malo's smooth voice has been compared to the likes of Roy Orbison, Dwight Yoakam and Elvis.  

Called "one of best live bands anywhere" and "the last great romantic band", The Mavericks recently released their ninth studio album, Brand New Day. They will perform their highest rated American single, "All You Ever Do Is Bring Me Down" with the Lancaster Festival Orchestra as part of their symphony debut, with orchestrations by Gary Sheldon.