A listing of Fairs and Festivals in Vermont this summer.
The Bradford Connecticut Valley Fair (July 12th – 15th)
An agricultural celebration complete with motorsports, tractor and pony pulling, farming, rides, family fun, concerts, concessions – started in 1947 – come on out and enjoy the fair this July!
Lamoille County Field Days (July 27nd – 29th)
“As community members, we take a common sense approach in realizing the value of a dollar by providing fun family entertainment and promoting agriculture at a cost affordable to everyone. Lamoille County Field Days strives to keep a time-honored tradition and family event we are proud of.”
Pownal Valley Fair (July 28th)
A kids’ fun fair. Exhibit Hall featuring produce, crafts, quilts, flowers, honey, maple syrup and herbs, antique tractor pull, bingo, petting farm animals, fireworks, and music.
Franklin County Field Days (August 2nd – 5th)
Franklin County Field Days has been hosting fun events for over 40 years. Enjoy our rides, demolition derbies, horse shows, and more! We have something for everyone here.
Addison County Fair & Field Days (August 7th – 11th)
Vermont’s largest agricultural fair. Children’s barnyard, cattle judging, tractor pulls, kiddie rides, crafts, exhibits, live entertainment, pony and ox pulling, midway, parade, youth activities, and Vermont products dinner.
Vermont State Fair (August 14th – 18th)
This year marks the The 173rd Vermont State Fair! Join for amusement rides, Rosaire’s Racing Pigs, magic shows, concerts, and more. The first Vermont State Fair took place in 1846, making it one of the oldest state fairs in the United States.
Orleans County Fair (August 15th – 19th)
This is an old-time agricultural county fair steeped with history dating back to 1867. There is entertainment and fun for the entire family. Children one year of age to 100 will enjoy the animal exhibits and judging shows; (horse shows, horse pulls, horse harness racing, gymkhana, dairy cattle shows, beef shows, oxen show, ox pulling, milking parlor demonstrations, sheep shows, petting zoo, poultry exhibit, rabbit exhibit, alpaca exhibit).
Deerfield Valley Farmers’ Day Exhibition (August 9th – 12th)
Welcome to the Deerfield Valley Farmers’ Day Fair, a long-standing local tradition which inspires neighborly competition, education in agriculture, wholesome entertainment, exhibits of area residents, and most importantly good clean fun!
Caledonia County Fair (August 22nd – 26th)
The Caledonia County Fair brings you the best in old-fashioned fun plus the freshest family entertainment you’ll find anywhere in Vermont! See you in August for the 162nd Fair!
Bondville Fair (August 24th – 26th)
The biggest little fair in Vermont, since 1797! This year the three-day format, which was introduced in 1995, will again be offered for your enjoyment. New events and more entertainment than ever before have been included in the expansion of this family-oriented event.
Champlain Valley Fair (August 24th – September 2nd)
The Ten Best Days of Summer! 10 days of fun, rides, food, concerts and more. The Champlain Valley Fair is part of the Champlain Valley Exposition, a not-for-profit organization founded in 1922.
Guilford Fair (September 2nd – 3rd)
The Guilford Fair honors and promotes Vermont’s agricultural traditions in a way that is both educational and entertaining. People come to relax and to watch the horse drawn, cattle and horse shows and sheep shearing demonstrations. There is live music to enjoy and beautiful homegrown produce, flowers, handiwork, and hobbies to admire.
Tunbridge World’s Fair (September 13th – 16th)
The Tunbridge World’s Fair is an agricultural non-profit, and all proceeds go back to the infrastructure, programs, and projects on the grounds. Enjoy pig races, children’s barnyard, antique tractor pulls, and more at the 147th annual fair!
Vermont Sheep & Wool Festival (September 29th– 30th)
The Vermont Sheep and Wool Festival offer something for everyone. Located in the historic fairgrounds in Tunbridge as the leaves of fall turn color in the hills rising both to the east and west of the setting make for a visually beautiful weekend celebrating crafts that will keep us warm through the coming winter. Sheep – Goats – Alpacas – Llamas – Rabbits. In addition to live fiber-producing animals, the Animal Barn at the Vermont Sheep & Wool Festival includes 70 vendors offering all your favorite fibers and yarn along with equipment and supplies.