The Davis County Fair is at the Legacy Events Center in Farmington, Utah.   

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The Davis County Fair goes from August 14th to August 17th.  It starts at 11am and ends at 10pm.

$2 per person 

$5 for a family of 5, additional family members are $1 more

 

$1 Off Days:

Wednesday: Kids are $1 Off

Thursday: Veterans and Seniors (65+) are $1 Off

Friday: Teachers are $1 Off

Saturday: Public Servants are $1 Off

Chevron's Food Drive for Open Doors:

Friday and Saturday: Bring 2 Food Items, get $1 off per individual, or $1 off family fee (limits may apply).

Admission Tickets to the fair can be purchased at the door or online starting June 1st. GENTRI Concert tickets and Rodeo tickets can be purchased online at www.davisfair.com/tickets or at the door on the night of the Concert (Wednesday, August 14th), or the Rodeo (Friday, August 16th and Saturday, August 17th). At the Legacy Events Center.

There are handicapped parking in the VIP Parking Lot and the North Parking Lot. Please refer to the map below:

 

GENTRI is performing in Concert on Wednesday, August 14th at 7:00pm. Tickets range from $5-$20.

The Main Stage also has Live Music and Live Entertainment: 

Wednesday:

9:00pm Hypno Hick the Hypnotist

Thursday:

2:00pm Sun Shade and Rain

8:30pm Salt Rock City

Friday:

8:30pm Maddie Wilson

Saturday:

9:00pm Hypno Hick the Hypnotist

We have a large range of competitions you can enter at the fair, from our Art Contests, Horse Shows, Vegetable Growing Contests, Pie Eating Contests, Costume Contests, and more. To learn more visit Compete Page.

Animals, other than service dogs or animals scheduled for exhibit, are not allowed at the fair. The only animals that are allowed in for this year are dogs that have registered to compete in the DockDogs Competitions. Please leave your pets at home and NOT in your vehicle. Anyone that desires to admit their service dog into the fair must have the dog under control at all times with a harness, leash, and the individuals must maintain control of the animal through voice, signal, or other effective control. Admission ticket is required for the owner's admittance.

Owners that wish to register their dog in the Dockdogs competition at the fair may register online at  https://dockdogs.com/dockdogs-101/. Owners that enter the fair with a dog must present their registration form to be allowed in with their dogs. Owners may register their dog onsite and must immediately report their dog to the Dockdogs Competition area.  All competing dogs must stay in the dog tent area, they are not allowed in any other location at the fair. All dogs must be on a harness, with a leash, and under voice/signal control at all times. The owner will be responsible for the dog and clean up after them. The fair reserves the right to remove an owner and dog for any disruptive behavior that the dog may cause. There will be designated areas for your dog to relieve itself, please respect the fairgrounds and direct your dog to this location at the appropriate time.

We love volunteers!!! And volunteers get some fun perks (like free tickets, free admission, a free tshirt, and free food!) To volunteer please fill out the form found here and email it to dgardner@daviscountyutah.gov

Where can you volunteer???

-GENTRI Concert - Wednesday, August 14th either 6:30pm-8:30pm or 9:30pm-10:30pm.

-Hot Air Balloon Glow Night - Thursday, August 15th 7:30pm-10:00pm.

-Rodeo Nights - Friday, August 16th or Saturday, August 17th 6:30pm-8:30pm.

-Kidz Zone Tent - Wednesday-Saturday in 2 hour shifts beginning 11:00am to 8:00pm.

-Survey Takers - Wednesday-Saturday in 2 hour shifts beginning 11:00am to 8:00pm.

-DockDogs Assistants - Wednesday-Saturday in 2 hour shifts beginning 11:00am to 8:00pm.

Nerveless Nock's All American Superhero Stunt Show can be seen on the Main Grass at 11:30am, 4:00pm and 6:00pm.

The DockDogs are a national dog competition that will be hosting their Big Air competitions all week and all day.

Robbie Pfunder is a 3 time mountain states trials champion who is coming to the fair to show off his Mountain Bike stunts. His show is at 1:00pm, 3:30pm, and 5:30pm in the Main Grass.

Superhero Training Shows will be replacing the Princess Shows this year. Come learn how Spiderman, Wonder Woman, Captain America and other heros train to be the Superhero that they are. Shows are on the Main Stage on Wednesday, August 14th at 11:00am, Thursday, August 15th at 6:00pm, and Saturday, August 17th at 11:00am. Superhero Costume Contest to follow each show.

This is the first year for the fair to host a Hot Air Balloon Glow Night! Hot Air Balloons will start flaming at 8:30pm, lighting up the night sky with live music, kids activities and fair festivities all around.

Maddie Wilson is a soulful country singer/songwriter who calls Davis County her hometown. Now living in Nashville, Maddie has shared the stage with Imagine Dragons, Lonestar, and Chris Young. She is coming back home to perform an Acoustic Night at the fair on Friday at 8:30pm, following a Trivia Night open to everyone hosted by the Kaysville Rotary Club.

Of course we will also have pony rides and a petting zoo, carnival rides, live animal shows, magicians, hypnotists, BMX Pro Races, and local live music on the main stage.