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The Georgia Satellites, perhaps best known for their hit sing “Keep Your Hands to Yourself,” will open for Starship featuring Mickey Thomas on July 13.

The Delaware County Fair will host a pair of rock bands at “VIP Night,” which is also being moved to Saturday this year.

The Georgia Satellites, perhaps best known for their hit song “Keep Your Hands to Yourself,” will open for Starship featuring Mickey Thomas on July 13.

Starship was initially a continuation of Jefferson Starship, their Wikipedia page states, but after the loss of some key personnel and a lawsuit, the name was changed. The band is known for its No. 1 hit “Jane” and others such as “We Built This City” and “Nothing’s Gonna Stop Us Now.”

The 2019 VIP Night will again have reserved seating and a standing room only area.

“We are shaking things up all over the fair this year. VIP Night is not only moving to Saturday but it’s bringing along two great legendary acts. We’re also opening the track a little sooner so people get a chance to eat before the show starts at 7 p.m. Regular VIP Night just got super-sized,” Fair Manager Jeannie Domeyer said in the release.

Tickets for the show will go on sale March 15. The $70 advanced ticket price includes all-you-can-eat-and-drink during the show, the release states.

“Two great acts, Edgewood Locker’s always-great meal, a longer hospitality time frame and free liquor in addition to the beer and pop on the track: we love offering even more things to shake up this year’s VIP Night,” Domeyer added.

More information on the show and tickets can be found at www.delawarecofair.com