Where is the Washington State Fair held?
Located in Puyallup, which is situated south of Seattle and east of Tacoma in the shadow of majestic Mount Rainier, the Washington State Fair Events Center comprises 169+ acres, with buildings and land valued at more than $54 million.
How much are Washington State Fair tickets?
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|Wednesdays or Thursdays Choose a Designated Entry Time||$30.00 per carload|
|Fridays, Saturdays or Sundays Choose a Designated Entry Time||$35.00 per carload|
|Anytime Ticket Valid any session time, any day||$50.00 per carload|
How much money does the Puyallup Fair make?
That money is reinvested into capital projects, such as building repairs, new construction, and facilities maintenance on the fairgrounds. In 2017, the Fair organization earned more than $33.4 million in revenue, with the annual State Fair accounting for $27.4 million, or 82 percent, of that.
Is the Puyallup Fair Open this year?
2021 Dates: September 3-26
Open Labor Day Weekend! Closed Tuesdays & Sept. 8 (Wednesday).
When did the Puyallup Fair change its name?
The event was originally called the Valley Fair. In 1913 it switched to the Western Washington Fair, and has been called the Puyallup Fair since 1976. Not everyone’s going to be happy with the name change, of course — at least at first. “It’s an education process,” she said.
Who’s playing at the Puyallup Fair this year?
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- Carrie Underwood. Saturday, Sept. 4, 2021 at 7:30pm.
- Ice Cube. Sunday, Sept. 5, 2021 at 7:30pm.
- The Beach Boys.
- Dancin’ In The Dirt Party with The Oak Ridge Boys.
- Michael Ray Dancin’ In The Dirt Party.
- 38 Special Dancin’ In The Dirt Party.
- Kidz Bop Live.
- STYX & REO Speedwagon.