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Thursday at the County Fair

Senior Citizens Day with music by Loco Vocals from 1 to 4:30pm in Radio Park, Meat Animal Sale and Easton Corbin just to name a few on day two of the Dodge County Fair.  There’s something fun to do with the whole family at the Fair, please feel free to ask questions as a reply in the comments section below, we love to hear from our fans!

Wisconsin Cheese Curds Fried Fair Food

Wisconsin Cheese Curds available at many of the #FairFood vendors throughout the Fair

Take a break with your kids; listen to Children’s Story Time in the Youth Building at 2:00, 5:00 and 6:00pm. Members of the Home and Community Educators (HCE) and Dodge County 4-H Leaders will be reading classic children’s stories. After storytelling, walk around the Youth Building and look at all the Dodge County Youth’s 4-H and FFA projects.

It’s Kids Day on the Midway, get 20 tickets for $10 or $1.25 each from 2 to 7pm. Regular ticket prices resume at 7pm, 10 tickets for $10 or $1.25 each. Visit our Midway Rides Page for more information.

Showing Prized Animals in the Arena at DCFair

Exhibitors show their prized animals in the Farm Progress Arena at the Meat Animal Sale

Uncle Bill and the Barn Show LIVE featuring the Dizzy Farmer Barnlympics from 5 to 6:30pm.  At 7pm area youth will show and sell their top animals at the Meat Animal Sale in the Farm Progress Area. Supported by local businesses this event is well attended and an annual tradition at the Fair. Live coverage of the sale will be broadcast on WXRO 95.3 FM.

Easton Corbin will light up the Grandstand Stage presented by WBWI 92.5 FM at 8pm. All seats are FREE with paid admission to the Fair and are available on a first come, first serve basis. You can sit on the track in your lawn chair or on the bleachers in the grandstands. Get more information from the Concert Seating and FAQ Pages of our website.

After the concert, jam to the music of Geoff Landon and the Wolfpack on the WBEV/WXRO Radio Park Stage.  They’re known for covers of country top 40 featuring powerful vocals and award winning musicians.  Taking you on a roller-coaster ride of inspirational ballads to today’s hot country.

Come on out to the Dodge County Fair just 3 Miles East of Beaver Dam, WI on State Highway 33.  Map our location or see the layout of the Fairgrounds by viewing our Maps and Directions Page.

Did you bring someone new to the Fair this year? Leave a comment reply in the box below…

Printable Schedule

Thursday, August 14th, 2014
All Day Judging in the Youth Building, Farm Progress Arena and Small Animal Building
10 am – 7 pm Children’s Activities and Learning in the Family Farm Adventure Tent by the Youth Building
1:00 – 4:30 pm Senior Citizens Day w/ FREE Bingo, Prizes and Loco Vocals on the Radio Park Stage
2:00 pm Pig Races on S Fairview Road
2:00 pm Children’s Story Time at the Youth Building
2:00 – 7:00 pm Kids Day on the Midway – 20 tickets for $10 or $1.25 each (7pm to close regular prices)
3:00 pm Kandu Magic Show on West Midway Circle
3:30 pm Wild World of Animals on N Grand Avenue
4:00 pm Pig Races on S Fairview Road
5:00 pm Children’s Story Time at the Youth Building
5:00 pm Kandu Magic Show on West Midway Circle
5:00 – 6:30 pm WXRO Live “Barn Show” featuring Barnylympics
5:30 pm Wild World of Animals on N Grand Avenue
6:00 pm Pig Races on S Fairview Road
6:00 pm Children’s Story Time at the Youth Building
7:00 pm Meat Animal Sale in Farm Progress Arena
8:00 pm Pig Races on S Fairview Road
8:00 pm Kandu Magic Show on West Midway Circle
8:00 pm EASTON CORBIN on the Grandstand Stage presented by WBWI 92.5FM
8:30 pm Wild World of Animals on N Grand Avenue
9:30 – 11:30 pm Music by Geoff Landon and the Wolfpack on Radio Park Stage
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About Fair Assoc

The Dodge County Fair Association is a State of Wisconsin Corporation formed for the purpose of operating a fairgrounds, which is presently located four (4) miles east of the city of Beaver Dam on State Highway 33 on 40 acres of land, which the Corporation owns. The Association is an IRC (Internal Revenue Code) Sec. 501(c)(3) organization. Your tax deductible contributions are appreciated to maintain buildings and grounds.

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