Coconino County Fair's 60th Birthday

Labor Day Weekend September 4-7, 2009
Coconino County Fairgrounds, Fort Tuthill County Park Flagstaff, Arizona (Exit 337 off I-17)
Fair festivities begin on Thursday night, Sept. 3rd at the Pine Mountain
Amphitheater with special performances by The R. Carlos Nakai, William
Eaton and Will Clipman Trio and Arvel Bird. Tickets are sold separately
through Pine Mountain Amphitheater at downtown Flagstaff outlets Animas
and Rainbows End or online at www.pmamp.com
See you at the 60th Annual Coconino Fair

Fair Hours are Friday-Sunday, 10:00 AM to 10:00 PM with Monday 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM.
Admission is $8 for Adults, $5 for Seniors 65 and over, $5 for children 5-12 and children under 5 free. Or purchase a Family Pass, good for up to 5 people for $25.
Parking is $5.
Laugh out loud with James & Ernie Comedy Duo
Friday, Sept. 4th catch country music genius HAL KETCHUM with country rising star, Amy Scruggs.
Saturday, Sept. 5th and Sunday, Sept. 6th, dance with Arizona’s top tejano and showband Ambicion.
Live America’s County Fair tradition with exhibits, demonstrations, livestock shows, carnival rides, live entertainment and vendors. Take pride of home-grown produce and home-raised livestock. The Jr. Livestock Auction is on Saturday at 4:30 pm. For buyer registration information, call 928-310-6441.
New this year: a spectacular Sting Ray Exhibit, Australian Outback Experience, Coconino’s Best Film Series, daily guided hikes, bike valet, and Homebrew Competition.
Save on parking, avoid traffic and receive $1 off admission by utilizing our Park ‘n Ride Free Bus Service. The shuttle runs Saturday thru Monday from the McConnell and Pine Knoll parking lot at NAU beginning at 10:30 am. Pick up times are approximately every 15 minutes.
Bicycle to the Fair and receive $1 off admission Friday through Sunday. There is bike valet with security offered until 2pm daily and with free admission to the Fair on Monday, Sept 7 between 9:30 a.m. and 1 p.m.



Party Till the Cows Come Home!!

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