Get ready to celebrate the traditions we treasure at the Madison County Fair. The Fair’s gates will open for the 180th annual Fair Thursday, July 11, 2019, and conclude Sunday, July 14.

Every day, the fair offers thrilling midway rides, demonstrations, exhibits, competitions, shows and, of course, fair cuisine. The featured attractions included in the $5 general admission are the Eudora Farms Petting Zoo, chainsaw artist Jennifer Black and The Midstate Antique Stock Car Club Display. Along with a live music lineup including Buffalo Barfield (daily), the Loose Canon Band (Friday at 8 p.m.), the Rylee Lum Band (Saturday at 7:30 p.m.) and Matt Chase & the Thunder Canyon Band (Sunday at 3 p.m.).

To help celebrate 180 years of tradition the Madison County Fair is excited to announce the return of the Brookfield Speedway. Gentlemen and gentlewomen start your engines July 11 at 7 p.m., the Brookfield Speedway will come to life fielding three divisions: Crate Sportsman/Street Stock/four-cycle car and truck dirt racing. You won’t want to miss the reopening of this legendary track or any of the exciting grandstand events including the gas and diesel truck pull, tractor pull and ever-popular demolition derby.

Come celebrate 180 years of tradition at the Madison County Fair, beginning Thursday, July 11, through Sunday, July 14, located at 1968 Fairground Road.

For more information, visit or find us on Facebook at “The Madison County Fair.”

By martha

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