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  • Oklahoma State Fair – 9/12-22/2019 – Oklahoma City – Arm Wrestling, Extreme Bulls, Midway, Concerts and more.
  • Oklahoma County Free Fair – 8/25-27/2019- Oklahoma City – Oklahoma County residents of all ages are invited to compete in the 102nd annual Oklahoma County Free Fair.  The Free Fair is scheduled to get underway at the Oklahoma State Fair Park August 25-27, with its competition, special activities and Horse Show.
  • Tulsa State Fair – 9/26-10/6/2019 – Tulsa – Held annually since 1935, the Tulsa State Fair has grown into Tulsa’s largest annual event with thousands of visitors each day. Hop on the Sky Ride early to take a sky-high tour of the fairgrounds and set your game plan for the activities, exciting rides and delicious food you’d like to enjoy throughout the fair.  If you’re looking for a shot of adrenaline, the Tulsa State Fair is known for its extreme rides including the Sling Shot, Sky Scraper, Comet II Roller Coaster and The Maxx Superfly, a free-spinning Ferris wheel.
  • Mountain View Free Fair – 8/1-3/2019 – Mountain View – One of the oldest community fairs in the state, the Mountain View Free Fair offers family-friendly fun that includes rides, arts and crafts booths, livestock shows and live entertainment each evening. Visitors to the fair also get to chow down on mouthwatering fair favorites at hometown food stands. This three-day fair has had plenty of time to perfect the art of fun, since it’s been an annual tradition in the community since 1915. Be prepared for a ton of small town charm at this fair, where bringing your own lawn chair is the norm and friendly contests such as horseshoe pitching, tractor pulls and frog races.  Calf fries are the signature fair food specialty of this southwest Oklahoma festival.
  • Stephens County Fair – 10/21-24/2019 – Duncan – Thick slices of homemade pie, chargrilled burgers, giant brisket sandwiches and Indian tacos are just a few of the tasty options waiting for you at the Stephens County Free Fair