The fair parking lots have signs in the rows of parking to help you remember where you parked. Shuttle transportation is available in the parking lots 3 p.m.to 9 p.m. on weekdays and 11 a.m.– 9 p.m. on weekends.
Children 6-10 $4
Children 5 and under free.
MAIN GATE HOURS
Monday thru Friday: 1 p.m. to close
Saturday and Sunday: 10 a.m. to close
Monday thru Friday: 3 p.m. to close
Saturday and Sunday: 11 a.m. to close
CARNIVAL RIDES AND GAMES
The Pima County Fair Carnival is divided into two sections; The Kiddie Land Carnival is located near the Pima County Fair Main Entrance. Fair goers seeking higher and faster carnival rides, more challenging games and plenty of food options merely need to follow the lights of The Grand Wheel to arrive at The Tucson Weekly Carnival.
The Pima County Fair carnival midway offers fabulous fair food and nearly 60 different carnival rides and almost 50 midway games, sure to thrill the youngest to the youngest at heart.
All shows are on the Budweiser Main Stage and are included with admission to the fair. There are a limited number of non-refundable, upgraded tickets available to purchase for $15 on a first come, first serve basis.
Upgraded tickets can be purchased at the Budweiser Main Stage Beer Garden, at the fair, during regular fair hours. Limited bleacher seating is available, and the remainder of the concert area is festival standing.
The Pima County Fair concert lineup is subject to change.
4/20: T-PAIN with Naughty by Nature
4/21: Rockfest with Cinderella’s Tom Keifer and Winger
4/22: Josh Turner
4/23: Jack Hanna’s Into the Wild Live
4/23: Ramon Ayala y Sus Bravos Del Norte
4/24: Felix Cavaliere’s Rascals
4/25: Village People
4/26: for KING & COUNTRY
4/27: Lil Yachty
4/28: Dirty Heads
4/29: Tanya Tucker
4/29: Septima Banda
4/30: Kip Moore
In addition to the traditional experiences, one can find at the fair, the Pima County Fair will often add an educational or socially relevant exhibit to the fair exhibits.
The Pima County Fair remembers the suffering of others and humbly offers an opportunity pay respect and express gratitude to Arizona’s Fallen heroes through a photographic war memorial created to remember our country’s military fallen.
The exhibit includes both military and personal photos of Arizona’s Fallen and reminds us that our freedom comes at great expense. The legacy of the exhibit is that our men and women will be remembered and their names will be spoken in the hopes of lessening the grief of those left behind.