Wednesday 4-10 pm
Thursday – Saturday 10 am - 10 pm
475 South Main Street
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What’s Happening at the 2016 Utah County Fair
now being taken
At The Fair
Watch for Details
All Tickets On Monday, June 6 at 8:00 am
Watch for Opening Date
and Online Registration
Wild About Monkeys
3 - 30 Minute Shows Each Day
Plus photos and meet and greets
after each performance.
Utah County Senior Citizen
and Veteran's Day at the Fair
Wednesday, August 17, beginning at 4:00 p.m.
The first day of the Utah County Fair has been designated as Senior Citizen and Veteran's Day. Please come and help us recognize this wonderful generation who has helped to shape the great county and state of Utah as well as the United States of America
The Seniors will have displays of their works and talents to view and will be honored along with our Veterans at the Opening Ceremonies held Wednesday, August 17 at 5:00 p.m. Included will be a special presentation to our Veteran's, plenty of entertainment, discounts, along with free entry to the Pig Wrestling event, and more.
Watch for 2016
Dates and Events
Tuff E Nuff
Strap in tight, as you prepare for one of the most exhilarating, gravity-defying motor sporting events ever. You’ll witness some of the top monster truck superstars in the country flying thought the air, delivering thrills that will keep you on the edge of your seats. It’s going to be a memorable night of entertainment so get your tickets today.
Friday, August 19th
Back in 2016
Saturday, August 20, 7:00 pm • Grand Arena
Tickets go on sale June 6, 2016 at 8 a.m.
Tails & Scales
The Demolition Derby at the Utah County Fair is one of the HOTTEST tickets in town. You will NOT want to miss out on this event as it sells out quickly and is the best ACTION PACKED entertainment that everyone enjoys!
Wild Wonders and Scales and Tails reptile and bird shows, will be back again at this year’s Utah County Fair. Last year, standing room only crowds were treated to informative and entertaining shows about these amazing animals. Also popular was the interactive, hands-on experience provided to fair-goers after each show along with the opportunity to see the reptiles and birds up close during the fair.
© Photo Credit - Jeremy Hall
2016 Utah County Fair Map
FREE ADMISSION & FREE PARKING
County Fairs are an American tradition. This year’s Utah County Fair continues the tradition of fun, family and friends, Wednesday August 127 through Saturday August 20. Take your family to the Utah County Fair and Catch the Fun! Catch the Fun at the Demolition Derby and Monster Truck Show. Catch the Fun by entering or picking a team and cheering them on at the Pig wrestling contest or at the live animal shows. And don’t forget the carnival and the ranch rodeo. Be sure and get your demolition derby tickets early, they always go fast. So many things to see and do! Mark your calendars and we’ll see you at this year’s Utah County Fair
We will be adding new information and new updates throughout the summer. Please check back often. The Fair wouldn’t be possible if it weren’t for the many volunteers who help make the Fair successful. We are looking for volunteers to make the fair bigger and better. If you are interested in volunteering please email Mike Stansfield at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Animals are at the heart of the Utah County Fair and their care and welfare are a top priority. Utah County was founded by pioneers who carved out towns, cities and farms from the high desert of the Great Basin. The Utah County Fair is a celebration of that heritage that is grounded in over a 125 years of tradition in agriculture. Even today Utah County remains the number one county for agricultural gross receipts in the state of Utah.
The Utah County Fair is passionate and vigilant about animal care. During our annual fair, hundreds of animals take part in our various exhibitions, educational programs and competitions.
The Utah County Fair Livestock Show consults with professional veterinary advisors. We are committed to being proactive in the protection of the animals involved in the fair. This year we will involve animal care professionals more extensively in fair activities and will ask them to monitor and look at how any activity is impacting livestock care, stress, health and handling. We will work to create an open dialogue with all interested parties.
During the 3 1/2-day Utah County Fair we will endeavor to work with local veterinarians to monitor the well-being of all animals involved in the fair.
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