Adams County Fair Returns August 2021

The Adams County Fair returns to Riverdale Regional Park, 9755 Henderson Rd., Brighton, Aug. 4-8. Live entertainment and favorite community events are returning, too.

Michael Ray, with special guest Coffey Anderson, will be kicking off the fair with a free concert on Wednesday, Aug. 4, 8 p.m., at the United Power Grandstand.

Tickets will be available to download at 10 a.m. Friday, June 18. Four tickets per individual may be downloaded at one time.

Eli Young Band, with special guest The Junebugs, will perform hits from their most recent albums at the United Power Grandstand on Thursday, Aug. 5, 8 p.m., following Professional Bull Riding (PBR) at 5 p.m.

Tickets go on sale 10 a.m. Friday, June 18. Ticket prices start at $14 or enjoy both PBR and the concert for $24. VIP tickets are available for $74 and include food and beverages, corral-side access for PBR, and access to the Jack Daniels VIP area all night. As part of 4-H appreciation night, $4 from each ticket will benefit Adams County 4-H.

Tickets are available for purchase or download at adamscountyfair.com. Tickets for the Eli Young Band can also be purchased in person at Riverdale Regional Park.

Beloved community events like Senior Day and Kids Day will also be back but may look a little different than previous years. This year’s Kids Day theme is “Kidchella” and all activities for both events will be outdoors. Residents can also enjoy the Demo Derby, NSPA Truck Pull, Charreada, Mutton Bustin’, and 4-H events*.

View the full list of concerts and schedule of events coming to the Adams County Fair at adamscountyfair.com.

*Due to COVID-19 restrictions, please visit our website for 4-H schedule changes.

About the Adams County Fair
The Adams County Fair is celebrating its 116th fair August 4-8 at Riverdale Regional Park, 9755 Henderson Rd., Brighton. The first official Adams County Fair was held in October 1904, but the fair and rodeo predate the formation of the county. With the exception of 2020, it’s been held every year since. The fair dates back to 1888, when monthly Market Days were held at the fairgrounds on the south edge of Brighton, which is the present-day site of the Brighton City Hall at 500 S. 4th Ave. Today, the fair brings together family and friends from across Adams County with live entertainment, rides and amusements, 4-H competitions, food, and more. To learn more about what’s coming to the Adams County Fair, visit adamscountyfair.com, or follow us on FacebookTwitter, and Instagram.

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