Dodge County Fair Web Promo

Dodge County Fair

August 13-17, 2014

Entertaining over 52,000 fans a year the Dodge County Fair is the areas main event.  An outdoor main stage concert venue entertains country and rock concert goers.  Don’t forget to taste the great fair food, view the many exhibits and animals while learning, doing and just having a great time!

 

Wednesday, August 13th 2014

Kip Moore Main Promo DCFairKip Moore will kick off the 2014 Dodge County Fair with his country hits at 8pm Wednesday, August 13th.  Don’t miss the Fairest of the Fair Competition at the WTKM Stage at 5pm as the smell of freshly prepared Fair Food fills the air!  Get a season ticket and enjoy all five days of the Dodge County Fair!

 

Thursday, August 14th 2014

Easton Corbin Promo Dodge County Fair Beaver Dam WIEaston Corbin will bring fans to their feet at 8pm on Thursday, August 14th of the 2014 Dodge County Fair.  It’s a fun filled day with activities in Radio Park, Judging in the Youth Building and Livestock Buildings.  At 7pm business owners recognize livestock raised by local youth during the annual Meat Animal Sale in the Farm Progress Arena.

 

Friday, August 15th 2014

Cheap Trick Dodge County Fair Beaver Dam WICheap Trick takes the stage on Friday, August 15th at the 2014 Dodge County Fair.  It’s wristband day, ride unlimited rides on the Midway from Noon to 5pm for $20.  Arrive early and enjoy several free stages throughout the grounds like Kandu the Magic Show, Chainsaw Artist, Pig Races and Wild World of Animals.

 

 

Saturday, August 16th 2014

Cassadee Pope will perform at the 2014 Dodge County Fair in Beaver Dam, WICassadee Pope will highlight the day on Saturday as the Main Stage Performer at the Dodge County Fair.  Arrive early to see the Horse Pull, Tractor Pull and many other events on the grounds.  Family Day on the Midway from 12 noon to 5pm!

 

 

 

Sunday, August 17th 2014

4WD Truck Pull at the Dodge County FairStart the day early with the Pernat Haase Meats Four Wheel Drive Truck Pull at 9am then Smash em Crash em in the Demo Derbies at 1pm and 6pm.  Cars, vans and trucks crash the day away in front of the main grandstand.  See the Little Britches Showmanship Contest in the Farm Progress Arena and the Little Shepard’s Showmanship Contest in the Sheep Barn.

 

Gate Admission is $7 before 2pm and $10 after 2pm. Age 9 and under FREE. Season tickets are $27 before August 13th and $35 there after. Tickets can be purchased at most Dodge County Banks, Recheks Food Pride, Beaver Dam Piggly Wiggly or at the Fairgrounds Office. Please NO CARRY INS. FREE Grandstand and Parking – all you pay is your admission to the Fair!

Located 3 Miles East of Beaver Dam, WI on State Road 33
(920) 885-3586

 


120 Responses to Dodge County Fair

  1. kristy says:

    What time do the barns close for walk through?

    • Fair Assoc says:

      The barns are open when the Fair is open, 8am to 12 Midnight. In rare occasions they may close a lane to clean or move animals. Enjoy and feel free to ask the exhibitors questions + watch for ribbons posted on the display board overhead.

  2. Terry says:

    How much are rides? Do you sell wristbands for unlimited riding?

    • Fair Assoc says:

      No wristbands today, here’s the special for today; Enjoy half price ride tickets during Family Day on the Midway from 12 to 5pm.  Get 20 discounted tickets for a special price of $10 – a 50% savings over regular prices.  Special price ride tickets must be used during the promotion time of 12 thru 5pm.

  3. Kit says:

    What time do the gates open on Saturday to walk the barns and see the exhibits? I see that the Midway opens at noon for family day, which is great!

    • Fair Assoc says:

      The Fair is open daily 8am till 12 Midnight (Sunday teardown can start at 7pm for some areas). You can walk through the barns and exhibits starting at 8am daily.

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