2021 Madison County Fair is Set for July 8th-11th
BROOKFIELD, N.Y.— The Madison County Fair is “Back on Track” beginning on Thursday, July 8th. After a year and a half of following strict CDC guidelines we are excited to be able to open our gates for 4 fun filled days. Daily General Admission ONLY $2 (age 3 & Under FREE) Grandstand Shows $10 (ages 2-10 $5/under age 2 FREE)
Opening day, July 8th, bring a non-perishable food item and get in free. An official Ribbon Cutting Ceremony will take place at the brand-new cattle barn at noon. The spacious new barn contains a milking parlor and show ring, along with additional stall space. Also, the wash racks have been expanded and updated. Opening night kicks off with an exciting evening of stock car racing when the Brookfield Speedway comes to life at 7 pm.
On Friday, July 9th, senior citizens get in free! At 9 am the Dairy Cattle and Youth Horse shows will take place. The Brookfield Garden Tractor Pullers will be on the track at 10 am followed by an evening of NY Hot Tractor Pulls at 7 pm.
On Saturday, July 10th, the Goat Show starts off at 9 am, followed by a Sheep Show at 1 pm. Witness the crowning of Miss & Mister Madison County at the pageant beginning at 12 pm on the stage. Have a smashing good time when the Demolition Derby takes place at 10 am and tires will be spinning at 7 pm with Gas & Diesel Truck Pull.
Sunday, July 11th the fun continues with the Open Horse Show beginning at 8 am, the Beef Cattle Show gets underway at 10 am and the Farm Tractors will spin off at 9:30 am. The raffle tractor winning ticket will be drawn at 2 pm. Enjoy some country music with Matt Chase & the Thunder Canyon Band on the stage at 3 pm.
The Fair will host daily performances of Buffalo Barfield, a longtime fair favorite, along with a variety of live entertainment. Every day the offers will include 4-H livestock exhibits, agricultural displays, demonstrations, and educational contests. Wheelock Rides will be providing the midway with thrilling rides and games for all ages. Naturally, the fine fair cuisine that you have been longing for since the pandemic hit will be offered throughout the fairgrounds and the beer garden will be serving up your favorite cold brew.