Tulare County Fair to run September 12 to 16

The 2018 Tulare County Fair is destined to be one of the best. The five-day extravaganza opens on Sept. 12 and runs through Sept. 16.

Pamela Fyock, CEO of the Tulare County Fair, said, “We have a fantastic fair planned for 2018. We have new family entertainment included with admission, an impressive free headliner concert lineup, and discounts for those who buy their carnival and admission tickets in advance of opening day. The biggest savings is for those who buy online by July 31.”

Pennie Rorex, Fyock’s assistant favorite is the Fair Food. “Oh my goodness, we can hardly wait to sink our teeth into a batter-dipped corn dog, a fried avocado taco, and chocolate-dipped cheese cake on a stick. The list of savory and sweet treats is endless—these are just a few examples of our many favorites.”

Endless Entertainment

An endless schedule of family entertainment that comes with the price of admission includes two circuses, camel, pony and train rides, petting zoo, Steve Bayner Hypnotist Show, Buttercup the Cow and a puppet theater just to name a few.

According to Rorex, new this year to the fair for free entertainment is The Canine Stars. Rescue dogs participate in “extreme sports” such as dock diving, free style Frisbee disc, flyball racing, high-jumping and dog agility. The dogs and trainers have competed and placed in national and world champion events.

Also new to the free entertainment line-up is the Ramos Brothers Circus. Exhilarating motorcycle dare devils and an amazing flying trapeze routines will have audiences at the edge of their seats. For a link to all the entertainment go to http://tcfair.org/entertainment_line-up.php

Schedules of performances are available at the fair’s entrance.

The most anticipated of the fair’s entertainment is the concert series. Country music icon Clay Walker was the final act to be announced for the Tulare County Fair’s 2018 concert series. Walker’s concert is slated for Sept. 13 at 8pm on the Budweiser Stage. All concerts are included with the price of fair admission.

“Clay Walker knows how to please an audience,” said Pamela Fyock, chief executive officer of the Tulare County Fair. “On stage or in the recording studio, Clay never gives less than a hundred percent and we are delighted to bring this caliber of talent to our fair.”

The Tulare County Fair’s 2018 concert dates start with Sheila E. on Sept. 12, Clay Walker Sept. 13, Con Funk Shun Sept. 14, Queen Nation Sept.15, and Smash Mouth Sept. 16.

A week before the fair is the CCPRA Kick-off Rodeo on Saturday, September 8th – Grandstand,

$10 Presale, $15 Onsite and $6 Parking. Gates open at 6:00.

Other paid entertainment includes the Carnival Wristband, $25 Presale and $35 Onsite.

Tractor Pull, Thursday, Sept. 13, Pre-sale tickets – $12 adults, $6 kids, On-site tickets – $17 adults, $11 kids.

Monster Trucks, Friday, Sept. 14, Pre-sale ticket – $15 Adults, $8 kids. On-site tickets – $20 Adults, $13 Kids.

Demolition Derby, Saturday, September 15th, Pre-sale tickets – $20, On-Site tickets – $25

Fair Booth hours are Wednesday, 11am – 11pm, Thursday, Friday, Saturday & Sunday 11am – 12am.

Carnival hours are Wednesday 11am – 11pm, Thursday & Friday 3pm– 12am, Saturday & Sunday 11am – 12am.

Commercial Building hours are Wednesday 11am – 10pm, Thursday, Friday & Saturday 11am – 10pm, Sunday 11am- 8pm.

The Outdoor Commercial hours are Wednesday 11am – 10pm, Thursday, Friday and Saturday 11am – 11pm, Sunday 11am – 10pm.

Take advantage of the pre-sale discounts happening in August. Adult admission is offered for $7 (regular $9,) Thursday, Sept. 13 before 5pm get in for only $5. for one adult or one child age 6+. Not valid any other day. Children 6-12 are admitted for $5 the entire fair. Discount Unlimited Ride Wristband is $25 presale and $35 once the fair begins. WOW Express Front-of-the-Line Ride Wristband $60 are only available for sale before the fair starts. One unlimited ride wristband includes front-of the-line privileges on all rides and is good any one day of the fair.

The mission of the Tulare County Fair is to showcase agriculture and create family fun. The annual celebration includes scrumptious food, celebrity entertainment, interactive children’s activities, hundreds of animals, a wildlife adventure, a thrilling carnival, exciting motorsports, a rodeo, an impressive Junior Livestock Auction and more. The Tulare County Fair has been a community tradition for more than a century.

For more information visit tcfair.org. #TulareFair2018

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