Chandler Chamber Ostrich Festival 2020 headliners announced

The 2020 performers for the Chandler Chamber Ostrich Festival were announced Jan. 21. (Courtesy Chandler Chamber Ostrich Festival)
The 2020 performers for the Chandler Chamber Ostrich Festival were announced Jan. 21. (Courtesy Chandler Chamber Ostrich Festival)

The 2020 performers for the Chandler Chamber Ostrich Festival were announced Jan. 21. (Courtesy Chandler Chamber Ostrich Festival)

The 32nd annual Chandler Chamber Ostrich Festival will feature 98º and Blues Traveler. The performers will entertain crowds March 13 and 14 and the festival goes through March 15.

Tickets for the event go on sale Jan. 24 at 10 a.m. Tickets will be available at OstrichFestival.com.


Adult tickets will be $15, tickets for those over 55 and children under 12 will be $8 and children under 3 will be admitted to the festival for free.
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