Missouri State Fair: Family Fun
Are you an animal lover? Love a good concert? Enjoy camping? Wishing to get away on a vacation that is not too far away, is something that the whole family will enjoy, and is not too overpriced? Come to the Missouri State Fair for all these things and much, MUCH more!
The Missouri State Fair is taking place in Sedalia, MO from August 8-18. For the animals lovers there are pig races and a petting zoo. You can watch young people prepare and show their sheep, cattle, goats, and other animals. On the adventure side there are cowboy mounted shootings and rodeos.
For those interested in motorcycle races there is the Motocross race featuring motorcycles and quads, the Flat Track TT race featuring Quads, Motorcycles, Lawnmowers and Outlaw Go-Carts, and the Antique, Classic and Farm Tractor Pull. Guys will certainly enjoy this aspect of the Missouri State Fair.
On the entertainment side of things there are different bands performing each night; including Chris Cagle and Will Hoge, Foreigner and Starship featuring Mickey Thomas, The Oak Ridge Boys 40th Anniversary Tour, Lee Brice and Tyler Farr, Three Days Grace and Hinder, and many other artists. You could even be a performer in the 2013 Missouri State Fair Idol Contest! Click here for details: http://www.mostatefair.com/missouri-state-fair-idol.
There are other things to attend as well such as a carnival, a circus and a “Knights of Valour” presentation. All of these great things are taking place at the Missouri State Fair. You can enjoy all of these things and more for just $6 if you purchase your tickets before August 7 (some activities require a separate purchase).
The Missouri State Fair is certainly something that the whole family will enjoy. It is all in one great place, for one great price, making MANY great memories! Grab your camera and head on out to the Missouri State Fair! See this link for the home page and to find more great deals! http://www.mostatefair.com/home
*BONUS: In the days leading up to the excitement of your trip to the fair, grab a copy of the old Rogers and Hammerstein movie, “State Fair.” It is a movie that your whole family will enjoy. It can be checked out at your local library. State Fairs have changed some from the past but they are a part of American heritage.