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Family friendly entertainment as low as $5.40 per day with the purchase of a season pass. The annual music festival and county fair entertains over 52,000 fans a year and is the largest outdoor event in the area. A huge tractor pull followed by three nights of national touring artist concerts entertain country and rock fans. Two demolition derbies, a Horse pull, tractor pull and truck pull at the grandstand plus food, fun and exhibits for the whole family. Don’t forget to taste the great fair food, view the many exhibits and animals while learning, doing and just having a great time!

For more information visit the links below;
Wednesday – August 16th, 2017
Thursday – August 17th, 2017
Friday – August 18th, 2017
Saturday – August 19th, 2017
Sunday – August 20th, 2017

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  1. Dana Franco Monday, August 14, 2017 at 3:01 PM - Reply

    When is wristband day?

  2. Deanna Nickel Sunday, August 13, 2017 at 4:18 PM - Reply

    It would be nice to see some new entertainment come into next years fair. You already had the Oak Ridge Boys and 38 Special in the past.

    • Fair Assoc Sunday, August 13, 2017 at 4:29 PM - Reply

      Great feedback Deanna, thank you for your comment. Aligning tour schedules and budget is always a struggle to get current or classic entertainment. Watch for our end of the year survey to weigh in on next years Fair.

  3. Crystal Friday, August 11, 2017 at 9:58 AM - Reply

    Can I purchase fair tickets prior to Tuesday in Beaver Dam?

  4. Phyllis Rozinski Wednesday, August 9, 2017 at 4:01 PM - Reply

    If we come before 2:00 pm and then leave, are we able to get back in the same day without paying again? I think in previous years you just went to the office to get something to get back in the same day. Is this still true?

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