It's back!  The Great State Fair of Oklahoma will open Thursday, September 16!  After not being able to open last year, this feels like a breath of fresh air for our state.

You may remember that Critter and I from the morning show, took a road trip to Oklahoma City to sample Fair Food to Go, as they were able to social distance and let residents of the State still enjoy the Fair Food that they only get once a year at Fair time.

Oklahoma State Fair Food to Go

 

 

Oklahoma’s biggest party begins Thursday, September 16 and runs through Sunday,
September 26. Fairgoers can expect a multitude of new and unique food items, thrills on the midway, free shows and exhibits and much more over the 11-day run.

They are labeling it 'BACK 2 FUN IN 21' at the Oklahoma State Fair and Thursday, September 16 is Opening Day.  Outside gate admission is $2 for everyone.

Gates open at 10 am daily with the Opening Ceremony taking place at the Circle Stage at 5pm.  The Capital Hill High School Naval Junior ROTC will present colors and the National Anthem will be sung by the Capitol Hill High School Honor Choir and Signed by the 2021 OKC Indian Princess.

New exhibits for this year include GASCAR, Kids Can Cook!, The Peruvian Horse Show, Auto Show Ride Along in the Pavilion, the RAM Ride Along at Gate 1, and more!  More events that the public can participate in include Board Game Bonanza on Friday, September 17, the Oklahoma State Fair Putters Cup on September 24th, and the Oklahoma State Fair Cornhole Classic on September 26th! All events can be found here!

There will be free concerts each night of the Fair on the Chickasaw Country Entertainment Stage, with acts including the Oak Ridge Boys and Jameson Rodgers, and many more.  The shows are free with the outside gate admission. Concert info here!

And who can forget about the Mouse!  Mickey that is!  Disney on Ice presents Dream Big.  This is a favorite attraction at the State Fair every year!  You can look for show times on the Disney on Ice page!

Welcome Back State Fair of Oklahoma, we have missed you!

 

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