Sunday at 11 AM – 7 PM
Santa Clara County Fairgrounds
344 Tully Rd, San Jose, California 95111
Car Pre Reg is $40 ( Day of the show is $50 ) which includes second person in car. Any additional guests in the car is $30 per person Must be present when register.
Bicycles Pre Reg is $30 ( Day of the show is $40 ) which allow ONLY 1 per bike, Unless accompanied by a child. $30 for any additional guest with bike when registering
To Reserve a table you must call the office!
$1000 VIP table include 5 tickets, meet and greet with Ramon, food service, shade, in and out privages. $200 vip ticket gets you into the lounge, close to stage and meet and greet.
No BBQ, No Large Ice Chest, only small hand held coolers. NO Alcohol allowed. Alcohol will be sold. You can bring portable chairs.
We will have a Saturday move in. 8am to 7pm. Forms can be found on our Website. or You can Register your Car, Motorcycle or Pedal bike at the Gate. Gates open at 6am for Reg. and end at 1130am on Sunday. Presale tix are only $40. or $50 at the gate. Doors open at 11:00am for Guests and show ends at 7pm.
* For more info call
408-210-4040 Cell 1
408-940-5486 Cell 2
408-920-0997 Office phone
Mail Pre-Reg forms to:
P.O. Box 32245
San Jose, CA 95152
* * Tickets Now on Sale online **
Ramon Ayala is an Mexican accordionist and songwriter. Ayala has defined much of modern norteño music with his distinctive accordion playing and lyrics. Though he added electric guitars and drums to his music, it retains a traditional northern ranchera style.
In 1971, however, Cornelio Reyna decided to leave Los Relampagos del Norte and to switch to the mariachi genre. At the time, many music experts felt that Ramón Ayala’s short career was doomed since Cornelio Reyna was the voice of Los Relampagos Del Norte and he was just the accordion player. Surprisingly enough, Cornelio Reyna’s mariachi career was only mediocre at best. He had been much more popular with Los Relampagos Del Norte than he had been as a new solo mariachi singer. Another version is that at this time Ramón Ayala stole Cornelio Reyna’s wife and that is what led to the bands breaking up.