TULARE COUNTY, California - The Tulare County Fair kicks off tomorrow! There'll be concerts, games, delicious fair food and a pie and corn dog eating contest.
The fair will kick off with a parade starting at 10 A.M. This year the parade honoree is Max Corbett. He is being honored for his impact on students in the AG department at Tulare Joint Union High School.
The fair will be offering a variety of new entertainment included in the price of your ticket.
A new attraction you don't want to miss this year is the Ramos Brothers Circus. The two-hour show will feature acrobatics, juggling, and high-flying dare devil tricks. The show is included in the price of admission.
The concert lineup is as followed: Night Ranger, country singer RaeLynn, The Ohio Players and Queen Nation, and Tower of Power.
Carnival wristbands are $20 each prior to Sept. 12, and $30 during Fair week. A FastPass upgrade is available for $15.
The fair runs from Sept. 13-17th.