Sedgwick County Fair



Attractions, Events, Vendors and Special Exhibitors


The annual Sedgwick  County 4-H show is the highlight of the Fair! You can't BELIEVE all the different cool things that the 4-H-ers bring to the fair for their exhibits.  Check out their website for a complete list of all the categories:










We're really proud

of all their accompllishments!


Check out these pics of the 2017 4-H Livestock Auction:







This is one of the most electrifying and energetic bands you'll ever see. Featuring outrageous props, crazy onstage antics, and a variety of great music raging from current and classic Dance, Rock, Pop, Country and Blues hit. You're sure to love this musical extravaganza. They blend R&B, Funk, Rock, Pop and Country into a sound that everyone can groove to and is sure to fill the dance floor. The compliments that are received the m

ost are how much people enjoy their fresh approach to entertainment. Thursday, July 6th, at 8:30 pm in the Open Air Arena.




Friday- Free State Renegades-7:00pm-Open Air Stage

A little bit Texas Red Dirt, a little bit New County....and a little bit of everything else. Hey. Some of these guys look familiar?  3 band members hail from Turn Back Creek...but this is the latest and greatest version who started playing together last December.  They're just some laid-back Kansas boys who love to share their music with everyone in the audience.  They're going to get your Friday night started right so get out here and make an evening of Free Music and Good Times!



Friday-Adam Capps Band-8:30pm-Open Air Stage





Adam Capps is a familiar act at the Sedgwick County Fair, opening fo Neil McCoy last year.  His career is taking off and he's back to show us what he's been up to the last year.  He's got an album under his belt and lots of new music to share.  A super crowd pleaser, this is your chance to say, "I saw him at the Fair".  Don't miss Nashville's Rising Star and be the first in line for this Home Grown Country Act.



Saturday-Big Red Horse- 9:00pm-Open Air Stage


Our Saturday Night Special: High Gain Rock n' Roll with a solid side of the Blues.  Big Red Horse will make their Sedgwick County Fair Debut on Saturday night and be prepared to be amazed.  This is their first trip the West End of the County and your'd better believe that they are bringing their "A Game."  The Blues Rock style is a perfect fit for teaming up with ICT Rock Girl Maddy Mullin who was invited to join Gene Simons on stage last April.  Here's your chance to find out why!! This is going to be a super high energy night of Glorious Rock and Roll!

with Special Guest: Maddy "ICT Rock Girl" Mullin!

Dont' miss this On Stage Extravaganza!!


Buy your Ranch Rodeo/Demolition Derby


Tickets @ midnight in your jammies! ~


Grandstand Box Office opens @ 5 pm the


night of the events.






The Wild Prairie Children of Sedgwick County are built Sturdy and Strong and here's their chanceto show what they've got!  The annual Pedal Pull,sponsored by the Sedgwick County Rural Electric Cooperative gives kids, ages 4 to12 the chance to pedal tuff for prizes and a chance to compete in the event at the Kansas State Fair in Hutchinson. Registration starts at 9:00 am on Saturday morning in the open air arena and competition will start at 10:00 a.m.  There's no entry fee.





Do you want to be part of the Fair?  Check under "Downloadable Forms"  on the menu to the left for rules and entry forms to your favorite Fair Activity.  That's where you'll find the Open Class Rules, a printable Fair Schedule and entry forms for the Run 2 Cheney and the Parade.  Check it out and come be part of the fun!



Bringing out the kid in everyone: The Pride of Texas Carnival! The Pride of Texas Carnival has new rides to ride this year; which will make you want to buy a $25 bracelet for your child so they can ride the rides all night long. They've got "Oooo's and Awww's" for the tikes and the thrills and chills for the "big kids". Just remember to ride the rides FIRST, then go for the church lady food, it's safer for everyone that way. They'll be open every night of the Fair from 6:00-11:00 p.m.

Pre Sale ride bracelets are available through July

4th for the discounted price of $20.





Whether it's Dad's turn to cook or Mom is simply too tired to slave over a hot stove to feed her unruly brood dinner, load up the car and take the short drive out to the fair grounds to sample some of the best fair food around. Billy can have his pizza, Bobby Sue can have her corn dog, and Mom and Dad can have some scrumptious church lady chicken & noodles and pie.  Here's the menu:

Methodist Church Booth- Chicken & Noodles, taco salads, homemade pie

Trinity United Christian Church Booth- Bierocks, sloppy joes, homemade pie

*NEW* Los Toritos Whatever Wagon

*NEW* Parsnipty Cafe

D’Marios- Pizza

Cheney Recreation- hamburgers/brats

Cheney Baptist Church-ice cream

D&J Pronto Pup- Corn Dogs

Delano 4-H Club-Sno Cones

Osssman Concessions- Roasted Corn & Limeades/Lemonades

WSCA- Hamburgers/hotdogs

Squat & Gobble- BBQ

Black Sheep Kettle Corn

Kolanders Concessions-Cowboy Cheesesteak

Aussie Cakes-Funnel Cakes, Onion Blossoms, Navajo Taco

Cotton Candy Dreams


Demolition Derby: Saturday, July 8th,  7:00 pm

Advance tickets are $12 for adults, $9 for children 12 and under; At the gate: $15 for adults and $12 for kids. (until capacity has been reached). Gates open at 5:00 p.m.

Tickets can be purchased online at  and at the Fair Office during the Fair. We're excited to welcome Troy Swonger back as the producer of the Sedgwick County Fair Demoliltion Derby.  He always delivers a full evening of smash'im bash'im Demo Derby Action.  If you want to be part of the action, all you need is a valid driver's license and, if under 18 years of age, a parental consent. The whole idea of course, is to drive onto the track arena with a number of other contestants and proceed to wreck as many other cars as possible while keeping your own car running. No holds barred, except deliberate head-on collisions and drivers door crashes are prohibited. The survivors will share in cash prizes and trophies. There will be four to three heats at each derby scheduled, plus a feature event for the finalists. Drivers interested should contact the fair for rules and regulations immediately, call Bret Albers @ 542-0407 or 542-0404 for information. 

Check under "Downloadable Forms" for the 2017 Derby classes and rules.



Bigger, Badder Bragging RightsPLUS CA$H Prizes!

                  Woot, Woot Fair's Got Talent

Own the Stage and Claim the Prize!  

  Thursday, July 6th, will be the preliminary round at 7:00 PM at the Open Air Stage. After judging on Thursday, the acts selected as finalists will advance and perform on the final night, Saturday July 8 at 7:30 PM. Winners will be determined by a panel of judges. Final night winners will receive a combination of cash and prizes:  Both nights will also feature a “People’s Choice” award that will be selected strictly by the audience, so bring your fan clubs and encourage them to vote! This will be a $50 cash award each night.

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Running a little short on cash? A mobile ATM will be on the fairground

to handle all your greenback needs.

Got something to sell?  Check under "Downloadable Forms" on our main menu for the

 Commercial Booth Regulations and Application form in Acrobat format (270k download).


To download the the rules and registration forms for some of the events, you will need Adobe's Acrobat Reader to view the PDF files. Acrobat Reader is a free program and versions are available for the Windows, Macintosh, and Unix/Linux operating systems. Follow the instruction to download and setup.







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