The 75th annual Sedgwick County Fair is set to take place July 10-13 at the Sedgwick County Fairgrounds in Cheney. Festival-goers will see new and returning attractions.
From Wednesday to Saturday night, there will be free, live music at the Open Air Area from artists such as Twist of Fate, the Adam Capps Band, the Kyle Killgore Band, and more.
New this year is a beer garden just south of the Open Air stage. It will only operate Thursday through Saturday. Beer will be provided by the House of Schwan.
Food and beverage at the event will be provided by a variety of vendors, in-cluding D’Mario’s Pizza, Aussie Cakes, and a couple local churches.
Pride of Texas Carnivals, a centerpiece at the fair nearly every year since the ’90s, will return with rides and attractions open all four days of the fair. Its newest ride is called The Big Kahuna. Favorites like the Ferris wheel and carousel will be present.
All-you-can-ride wristbands for the carnival can be purchased in advance for a discounted $20 or for $25 at the fair. Wristbands are on sale now and will continue until Tuesday, July 9.
The popular demolition derby will return with a second night of car-crushing. It kicks off at 7 p.m. Friday with the Figure 8 and Weld Class competition. At 7 p.m. Saturday, cars from the Bolt-and-Chain Class will compete.
- Occurred Wednesday, July 10th, 2019 @ 7:00 am