68th annual Page Valley Fair offers fun for all ages all week

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LURAY, Aug. 23 — The 68th annual Page Valley Fair returns after a year off from the COVID-19 pandemic and gets in full swing Monday night with “Kids Night” in which all school-aged children, seniors 60 and over, military personnel and first responders will all be admitted for free. Grandstand events start Monday with a special tribute to law enforcement and those serving in the military.

Grandstand events start at 7:30 p.m. on Monday, and 7 p.m. the rest of the week. There will be no separate charge for grandstand events this year, as admissions fees at the gate will now include all grandstand events — except Saturday night.

Daily admission fees are $10 for adults and $5 for kids ages 6 to 12, with those under 6 admitted free. Week-long passes also available for $35 (adults) or $20 (ages 6 to 12). Grandstand tickets for Saturday night’s concert are $35 for reserved trackside seats and $25 for grandstand seating.

As always, this year’s fair includes plenty of 4-H and FFA displays and exhibits, as well as youth livestock shows Monday through Thursday with the livestock sales slated for 3 p.m. Saturday. And of course, there will be plenty of rides, games and food.

Gates open each day at 4 p.m. through Saturday. Drivers along Collins Avenue are asked to use caution as fairgoers cross the highway to enter the fair, and those heading to the fair are asked to cross Collins Avenue at the designated crosswalks.

For more information on the 68th annual Page Valley Agricultural and Industrial Fair,

check out their website or their Facebook page.


68th annual Page Valley Fair SCHEDULE

Monday, Aug. 23

“Kids Night” — School-aged children, seniors 60 and over, military personnel and first responders will all be admitted free.

7:30 p.m.“A Night of Honor with Bobby Osborne, grandstand, co-founder of the Osbourne Brothers, Grand Ole Opry and International Bluegrass Hall of Fame, performance tribute to law enforcement and military sponsored by the Caothers Family in honor and memory of U.S. Marshall Deputy Commander Patrick T. Carothers.

Tuesday, Aug. 24

• 7 p.m.Truck and Tractor Pull, grandstand

• 7 p.m.Virginia Rain bluegrass band, free pavilion

Wednesday, Aug. 25

7 p.m. — Truck and Tractor Pull, grandstand

7 p.m. — Blue Ridge Thunder, free pavilion

Thursday, Aug. 26

• 7 p.m. — Diesel drag circuit, grandstand

• 7 p.m. Lonesome Creek, free pavilion

Friday, Aug. 27

7 p.m.Demolition Derby, grandstand

7 p.m.Relentless, free pavilion

Saturday, Aug. 28

7 p.m. — Colt Ford and Confederate Railroad, grandstand, former professional golfer and Georgia songwriter joins up with well-known Southern Rock band

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