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Buffalo/Pepin County Fair

July 29 @ 5:00 pm - August 1 @ 8:00 pm CDT

Free

The 2021 Fair theme is: Blue Jeans and Country Dreams!

SCHEDULE OF EVENTS:

Thursday, July 29th

  • 5pm Carnival Opens
  • 6pm-10pm Wristband available at the carnival
  • 6:30pm Garden Tractor Pull
  • 7pm Gospel Family Music Night

Friday, July 30th

  • 1pm Carnival Opens
  • 1pm-5pm Wristband available at the carnival
  • 6pm-10pm Wristband available at the carnival
  • 7pm Meat animal sale
  • 7pm Tri-State Tractor Pull
  • 10:30pm Live band – Sushi Roll

Saturday, July 31st

  • 11am Horse pull
  • 1pm Carnival Opens
  • 1pm-4pm Bingo (Red activity barn)
  • 1pm-5pm Wristband available at the carnival
  • 5pm-8pm Bingo (Red activity barn)
  • 5pm Demolition derby
  • 6pm-10pm Wristband available at the carnival
  • 8:30pm Live band – THE DWEEBS

Sunday, August 1st

  • 6am Buffalo County cookoff
  • 10:30am Ecumenical Worship Service
  • 12pm Farm tractor/truck pull, carnival opens, sanctioned kiddie pedal pull
  • 1pm-4pm Bingo (Red activity barn)
  • 1pm-5pm Wristband available at the carnival
  • 2pm Pee Wee Dairy Show (show arena)
  • 3pm Awards Program (show arena)
  • 5-8pm Bingo (Red activity barn)

Details

Start:
July 29 @ 5:00 pm CDT
End:
August 1 @ 8:00 pm CDT
Cost:
Free
Event Categories:
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Website:
http://www.buffalocountyfairwi.com/

Venue

Buffalo/Pepin County Fairgrounds
400 N Harrison Street
Mondovi, WI 54755 United States
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