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Sonoma County Fair
2015 Details coming soon. Below is information from 2014
Cruise on in and enjoy 16 days of fun at The Sonoma County Fair. Opening Thursday, July 24 and closing Sunday, August 10 with the fair “dark” or closed on Mondays. The Fair's popular thoroughbred Wine Country Horse Racing will be held for 13 days this year in conjunction with the Fair. Horse racing will take place Friday through Sunday the first week, and then Wednesday through Sunday the following two weeks. The ever popular Flower Show will present the theme of "Flower Power" featuring magnificent floral displays.
Major headlining acts this year feature Billy Currington, Lifehouse, Cody Simpson, Coco Jones, and Los Huracanes del Norte. In addition to these concerts, there's a host of incredible free concerts to enjoy everyday of the fair. Free concerts are held daily at the Park Stage where you can enjoy great music, dancing, and lots more.
The Sonoma County Fair is a potpourri of events with something for everyone. Featured events at the Sonoma County Fair range from live music on several stages to horse racing to a full carnival with rides, games and prizes. There's a rodeo, livestock contest, a special kids area and of course the huge Hall of Flowers (the largest in the United States), which has a different theme every year. The Sonoma County Fair is also a showcase of local arts and crafts. In a nutshell, the Sonoma County Fair is good clean fun on a grand scale.
$11 general admission (ages 13 & up)
$5 children ages 7-12
FREE ages 6 & younger
Ages 7-12 FREE on Fridays
Seniors 60 & up FREE on Thursdays
2015 MAJOR HEADLINING CONCERT LINEUP coming soon: (Chris Beck Arena)
2015 FREE CONCERTS AT PARK STAGE coming soon:
Sat - Thurs Schedule:
The first band plays at 1:15-2:00 | 3:00-3:45 | 4:00-4:45
The second band plays at 6:00-6:45 | 7:15-8:00 | 8:15-9:00
The first band plays at 3:30-4:15 | 4:30-5:15 | 5:30-6:15
The second band plays at 7:15-8:00 | 8:15-9:00 | 9:15-10:00
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