The best 12 days of Summer are set to return this year as the Erie County Fair will kick off on August 11th and go right until August 22nd.

This year, things will be a little different than in years past due to COVID-19 and that includes how you get tickets.

WHERE DO I GET TICKETS? 

This year tickets will only be available online. You will need to have already purchased your ticket before you get to the fair. Tickets are available on the Erie County Fair's website. BUY THEM HERE

HOW MUCH DO TICKETS COST?

This year a general admission ticket will cost you $13.50 for anyone over the age of 12. Kids 12 and younger get free admission but you will still need to get the free ticket online before heading to the fair.

WHAT ABOUT TICKETS FOR CONCERTS AND EVENTS?

If you are excited about seeing Jon Pardi, Styx, or the Demolishing Derby, you will still need to get your tickets online at the Erie County Fair's website.

DO I NEED TO PAY FOR PARKING? 

No, parking is including in the cost of your ticket. When you arrive at the fairgrounds parking attendants will direct you where to park.

WHAT ARE THE HOURS OF THE FAIR? 

This year, the hours have been reduced. The gates will open 12:00 pm-10:00 pm on Opening Day, August 11, 2021. The gates will be open from 11:00 am-10:00 pm the rest of the Erie County Fair.

WILL THERE STILL BE RIDES AND FOOD THIS YEAR? 

Yes, the Erie County Fair will have its midway up and running during the fair. There will be the usual rides and fair foods. The exhibits will also be open for your viewing pleasure.

 

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