Del Mar Fairgrounds presents Sylvia Zerbini’s Liberté, a benefit show

The Del Mar Fairgrounds presents Sylvia Zerbini’s Liberté, a benefit show for the stranded performers of Valitar.

The Del Mar Fairgrounds Arena is the site for a special performance on Saturday, Dec. 8, at 7 p.m. (Doors open at 6 p.m.)

Ticket prices:  Box seats:  VIP — $100;   Box seats — $75;  Grandstand seats — $35.

Tickets are now on sale at the Del Mar Fairgrounds box office and at Ticketmaster.

Visit www.delmarfairgrounds.com or call

(858) 792 – 4262.

Also, each paid admission will receive a free ticket to the 2013 San Diego County Fair.

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  1. Del Mar National Horse Show coming to fairgrounds
  2. Several horse show competitions coming to Del Mar Fairgrounds, Horsepark
  3. Del Mar Fair’s Grandstand Concert Series tickets on sale
  4. Antique Show coming to Del Mar Fairgrounds Jan. 20-22
  5. Del Mar releases Resolution of Intent regarding fairgrounds purchase

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