The Vanderburgh County Fair is an Evansville area tradition and while 2020 should have been the 100th year for the Vanderburgh County Fair, Covid had other plans. Fortunately, organizers have been hard at work getting ready to bring the 100th fair to life in 2021. It all kicks off July 26, 2021 and we have your chance to win tickets!

Organizers have been hard at work to make the 100th year of the fair the best it can be, while keeping everyone as safe as possible. You'll see hand sanitizing stations and handwashing stations throughout the fairgrounds.

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Single-day admission tickets will set you back just $10 and it includes all entertainment taking place the day of admission. If you'd like to attend multiple days throughout the week, a season pass may be a better value at $30. Children 9 and under are free every day. You can purchase your tickets at the 4H Center box office, at the 4H Extension Office located in Darmstadt or at any area Schnucks location. Of course, you can keep scrolling and enter for the chance to win a 4-pack of tickets on us.

The amusement rides, of course, are part of the annual fair tradition too. If you or your kids plan to ride, you can expect to shell out $3 for a single ride ticket, $25 for ten tickets, $45 for twenty tickets or to get the most bang for your adrenaline-loving heart, purchase a daily ride armband for $22 - the armbands are good for the day of purchase only and do not transfer to the following day.

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