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Justin Moore and Tyler Farr headline Sunday Country Funday at 35th Annual Temecula Valley Balloon Wi

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TEMECULA - Platinum-selling country star Justin Moore will headline The Temecula Valley Balloon and Wine Festival Sunday, June 3, at Lake Skinner. Moore's recent album, "Kind of Don't Care," debuted at No. 1 and so far, has produced two No. 1 hits, "You Look Like I Need A Drink" and "Somebody Else Will." Moore's previous album, "Off the Beaten Path," also debuted at No. 1 and included hits "Point At You" and "Lettin' The Night Roll."

Named Billboard's "Top Country Artist of 2009," the Arkansas native's top 10 hits include "Small Town USA," "Backwoods," "If Heaven Wasn't So Far Away" and "Bait A Hook." Moore's self-titled 2009 debut album was recognized by The New York Times as one of the best albums for that year. His music has been featured on the ABC drama "Nashville," "Hannity & Colmes" and "NFL Rewind."

Singer-songwriter Tyler Farr will also headline Country SundayFarr is known for his hits "Redneck Crazy," "A Guy Walks Into a Bar" and "Whiskey In My Water." A classically trained opera singer, Farr has a voice degree from Missouri State University. He co-wrote the songs "Hey Y'all" for Cole Swindell and "She's Just Like That" for Joe Nichols.

Moore and Farr are just two acts of the three-day weekend which includes concerts on two stages. Celebrating 35 years, the Temecula Valley Balloon & Wine Festival features the popular evening "Balloon Glows" Friday and Saturday night. During the "glow," hot air balloons are inflated and remain tethered to the ground. As twilight wanes at Lake Skinner, the hot air balloons begin their "light dance." By simultaneously igniting their burners, the pilots create a colorful illumination of the balloon canopies. Towering above the crowd and flickering to the beat of popular music, the balloons appear to dance.

Festival mornings offer spectacular photo opportunities with dozens of hot air balloons ascending into the pristine dawn skies. Launches begin 6:30 a.m. and are over by 7:30 a.m. in a show that only an early bird will see. Tethered rides begin around 7:30 a.m. and continue for approximately two hours. Rides are free in a first-come, first-served basis. All balloons are weather permitting only. Hot air balloons require clear skies, light winds and cool temperatures to fly. Evening balloon glows require little to no breezes.

Wine tasting is the No. 1 reason guests visit the Temecula Valley Balloon & Wine Festival. Each year up to 20 wineries participate in the event, pouring tastes of the finest and sharing their unique stories. Many of Southern California Wine Country's wineries are family-owned and operated, passing the love of the grape to future generations.

Justin Moore and Tyler Farr headline Sunday Country Funday at 35th Annual Temecula Valley Balloon Wi

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Tyler Farr is also headlining the 35th annual Temecula Valley Balloon & Wine Festival, June 3.

For an elevated wine tasting experience, try the food and wine pairings. These savory sensations include chef demonstrations and descriptions of the wines that were paired to the cuisine served. For those who prefer a pale ale or stout with their food, Stella Artois and Anheuser Busch presents a beer and food pairing venue. The cuisine is often prepared with beer as an ingredient.

Many guests prefer staying at Lake Skinner for the entire weekend. Surrounded by the Shipley Preserve, the festival has one of the most picturesque vistas for camping and photography. Sunrises, sunsets, colorful balloon activities and warm summer days add to the experience. There are only a few exclusive festival experience campsites and dry camping sites available online at  Check the website for more information or call (951) 676-6713.

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