It’s happening! The Evergreen State Fair returns this year with lots of family favorites and fun for everyone. Running from Aug. 26 to 31 and Sept. 2 to 6, it’s a great time to come out with the whole family for some good old-fashioned fun!
With everything that’s happened in the last year or so, organizers are excited to offer their community safe, outdoor fun.
“We are so happy that we can welcome our community back and that we can open the gates again!” says event Marketing Specialist, Amy Craven.
Plan ahead and save
With your paid Gate Admission and Carnival Wristband, there are tons of things to experience around every corner at the family-friendly fair. Better yet, plan ahead and buy early and you’ll save money too!
Check out the great music on the courtyard stage and make sure to take a look at the on-line schedule so you can make the most of your visit.
It wouldn’t be a fair without horsepower
The equestrian shows are always popular and feature the amazing Clydesdale draft horses! See these gentle giants in action as they strut their stuff in full regalia. On the other end of the equine spectrum, the mule-teams show their strength in numbers too!
International Lumberjack Show is back!
A crowd favorite for 38 years, the International Lumberjack Shows are back! Did you enjoy seeing these amazing competitors when you were a kid? Don’t miss sharing this amazing display of skill with the next generation.
The group suffered a huge loss last year when their founder, Earl Marcellus, passed away. A Fairtime Memoriam will be held Sept. 4 at the noon show for those wishing to pay their respects and celebrate the life of Earl.
Carrying on the family tradition, the show goes on with its amazing displays of ax throwing, log rolling, pole climbing and chainsaw carving. Don’t miss seeing these amazing and daring athletes in action.
And on that farm there was a …
After all that excitement, head to the barns to chat with the dedicated kids from the 4H and the FFA (Future Farmers of America). They have spent many hours looking after their animals to show them, and these knowledgeable youngsters are happy to share what they’ve learned.
And don’t miss the Goat Playground – a must-see for kids of all ages that’s sure to make you smile.
Make sure you get your tickets in advance for events on the Concert Stage events featuring:
- Foghat (rock) on Monday, Aug. 30
- Chris Janson (country) on Tuesday, Aug. 31
- Zach Williams (Christian) on Thursday, Sept. 2
- Flor de Toloache (mariachi) on Friday, Sept. 3