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  • Alabama State Fair – 9/13-22/2019- Birmingham- The Alabama State Fair is finally back at the Birmingham Race Course in Birmingham, Alabama. Live Music, Carnival Rides, Fair Food, Attractions, Shows.
  • Alabama National Fair – 10/4-14/2019 – Montgomery – Since 1954 the Alabama National Fair has been fun for all with the numerous different activities. No matter where you come from, there is an event, exhibit or vendor for you!
  • Blount County Fair – 9/10-14/2019 – Oneonta – County fair has been running since 1953.
  • North Alabama State Fair – 9/17-22/2019 – Muscle Shoals – The first North Alabama State Fair was held in 1935.  The total attendance was 2,059.  From this small beginning the Fair has grown to be one of the largest annual events in North Alabama.The 2019 Fair will be the 85th annual event with a goal of 2,500 exhibits, an attendance goal of 36,000, and cash awards offered in excess of $45,000.
  • Covington County Fair -10/14-19/2019 – Andalusia – The 57th Covington County Fair is an annual event sponsored by the Kiwanis Covington County Fair Association Inc. and co-sponsored by the Agriculture Center Board/Alabama Department of Agriculture and Industries.
  • Cullman County Fair – TBA – Cullman – 2019 dates not on site. Been around since 1954.
  • Central Alabama Fair – 10/1-5/2019 -Selma
  • Dekalb County VFW Fair – 9/24-29/2019 – Fort Payne – The 63rd Annual DeKalb County VFW Agricultural Fair is known for its tradition of excellence.  It has been voted the state’s top agricultural fair for many years.  This event has vast community participation and features exhibits of handmade crafts, canned foods, photography, drawings, flower arrangements, quilts, as well as live animals such as cattle and chickens.
  • Greater Gulf State Fair – 10/25-11/3/ 2019 – Mobile – During the Greater Gulf State Fair’s ten day run, it attracts over 100,000 people to enjoy the entertainment and ride the midway rides. Every year the property turns into “a city unto itself” for 10 days complete with its own power grid, police/medical control center, restaurants, and much more for the annual Greater Gulf State Fair.