Claudia Duncan 2019 Vanderburgh County Queen

    Monday, July 26, 2021

The Vanderburgh County Fair Association appreciates your past, present and future support of the fair and we look forward to seeing everyone at the 100th Vanderburgh County Fair beginning July 26, 2021.


From the Vanderburgh County Fair Board President

What started as a plan in 2020 for a grand celebration of 100 years of the Vanderburgh County Fair, it all came to a screeching halt as the Covid-19 virus continued to infect the population. The fair association looked at every aspect of the fair to see if we could safely bring this event to the community. With the continued momentum of Covid and its rising numbers, it was ultimately decided to cancel the 100th 2020 fair. For the second time in history, there would be no Vanderburgh County Fair. 

As we moved into the early parts of 2021, numbers started to drop and events started reopening with limited capacity. As we are moving closer to the summer months, capacity limits are being lifted and life is beginning to return to normal.  At least the new normal with masks and all. Your fair association has been busy planning and re-planning the 100th fair. Our plan is to bring you the best fair with your safety in mind. We will be working with our local authorities  to  do just that. While you are on the grounds this year, you will find hand sanitizing and hand wash stations throughout the fairgrounds for your use.

Please join us as we celebrate 100 years of the Vanderburgh County Fair. It may not look exactly as in years past but I guarantee a great time for you and your family! Thanks for your past, present and future support of the Vanderburgh County Fair!

Scott Berry | President, Vanderburgh County Fair