Puyallup Fair

The 2010 Puyallup Fair is up and running…September 10th – 26th!   The Puyallup Fair is the World’s 8th largest fair.  Now that is something! 

Not only does the Fair have a concert series, but it also has a variety of entertainment and music throughout the Fairgrounds.  Last year, I saw Heart, a local favorite, for the first time here at the Fair.  Wow!  Ann can really belt out the tunes and the band (including sister Nancy) were fabulous!  The sound system and early Fall weather really made for a great show.  I would certainly see a show there again.  This year’s line-up showcases a little bit of everything including Adam Lambert, Heart, Willie Nelson, John Legend, Daryl Hall and John Oates, Queensryche, Billy Currington, Kid Rock, and more…

Like most fairs, the Puyallup has its rodeo, the rides, and the exhibits (art, photography, 4-H, hobby hall, floral, and the colorful displays of fruit and vegetables, grains, and more).  Sample your favorite fair food…whether it be a corn dog (my personal favorite), elephant ears, scones, enjoy the wine garden, corn-on-the-cob, BBQ, or try the international cuisine or healthful food options.  Whatever your choice, you will be able to find something unique that you more than likely will only get once a year.  Cooking oil at the Fair is Trans Fat Free.   And what is a fair without animals…the barns are filled with pigs (Whee!), rabbits, horses, chicks, cows, and the like.  What is your favorite part of the Fair?

Check out their website for tickets/admission, directions, hours, parking, and other info…http://www.thefair.com/puyallup-fair/

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