By Grant Rowl
GTR Feature Writer
In 2020, the Tulsa State Fair focused solely on the Junior Livestock Events, and in 2021 the livestock shows will continue to highlight the root of agriculture fairs across America. The Tulsa State Fair staff is poised to have some of the most prestigious livestock in the state competing for scholarship funds during the 11 days and illustrating their passion to make tomorrow better. Being in Tulsa and making the stage is a lifelong goal for many
The Tulsa State Fair, presented by Ford and Oklahoma Ford Dealers, is coming back and is ready to welcome the community in a safe, clean and fun environment. This year’s event will be held from September 30 through October 10 and is expected to be an action-packed and exciting event.
Last year left a void for many fair goers from Tulsa and throughout northeastern Oklahoma, who last year missed out on their favorite fair foods, rides and live music. The personnel of the Tulsa State Fair are now ready to welcome visitors to enjoy quality family entertainment, with new shows that include the Jet Pack Flying Circus, Aussie Kingdom Kangaroo Show and Paul Bunyan’s Lumberjack Show to pique your interest. Also, a crowd favorite returns with the Perondi’s Stunt Dog Show, which will feature a new attraction with dock dives and water.
Every night the Pepsi Fall Concert Series, at the Oklahoma Stage, will be booming with national touring acts, including P.O.D., Dru Hill, Zach Williams, Josh Turner, Vanilla Ice & the Ying Yang Twins, Dirty Honey, Eli Young Band and Chris Jansen. Along with these artists, both Sundays will feature a Hispanic celebration featuring Alicia Villareal and La Energia Norteña. The lineup is jam packed with a genre for everyone. A limited number of VIP tickets are available.
In 2020, the Tulsa State Fair focused solely on the Junior Livestock events, and in 2021 the livestock shows will continue to highlight the root of agriculture fairs across America. Some of the most prestigious livestock in the state will be competing for scholarship funds. Making the stage is a lifelong goal for many youth, showcasing their hard work, dedication and commitment to excellence. For these participants, this is their championship, and the Tulsa State Fair staff is honored to host the youth of Oklahoma and provide a platform to succeed in the future.
The Arvest Action Alley will be full of twists, turns and exhilarating excitement on the rides and carnival games. The Tulsa State Fair partner, North American Midway Entertainment, is enthused to be coming to Tulsa, which is one of their favorite events due to Tulsa’s welcoming community. One of the new rides will be a double decker Merry Go Round, which will provide spinning fun for children, and of course the children at heart.
Safety is always the Tulsa State Fair’s top priority, and the Tulsa State Fair staff will be taking protective measures to provide a safe and clean environment. The Fair team is working hard to prepare for the arrival of visitors, and the Tulsa State Fair looks forward to celebrating the return of fun to Tulsa, for 11 Days of Awesome.
To attend the Fair, be sure to check out the entertainment schedules and don’t miss out on savings by purchasing tickets early. Tickets on sale now include Advance Gate Admission, Mega Ride Pass and Disney on Ice. For additional information and to purchase tickets, visit TulsaStateFair.com.