93rd Annual Panhandle South Plains Fair Information - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

93rd Annual Panhandle South Plains Fair Information

LUBBOCK, TX (KCBD) - The 93rd Annual Panhandle South Plains Fair is gearing up for their fun-filled week of entertainment and KCBD NewsChannel 11 will be broadcasting the 6 and 10 newscasts live from the fair grounds.

The Fair opens on September 24th and runs through October 2nd.

Free Grounds Entertainment

  • Wild About Monkeys
  • FIDO 500
  • Shenaniguns Wild West Show
  • Ron Diamond's Hypnosis show
  • Professor B.T. Farquar
  • Rock-it the Robot
  • Kenny Ahern
  • Mallory Lewis & Lamb Chop

Free Fair Park Coliseum Concerts

All Coliseum Shows will be free this year but you must have a ticket to get in. You must contact the show sponsor to find out how to obtain tickets. Tickets do not include the gate charge or parking fee.

  • Friday - 9/24 Eli Young Band 7:30 PM sponsored by 99.5 The Bear
  • Saturday - 9/25 Black Stone Cherry 7:30 PM sponsored by 94.5 KFMX
  • Monday - 9/27 Jake Owen 7:30PM sponsored by 96.3 KLLL
  • Tuesday - 9/28 La Mafia 7PM & 9PM sponsored by Magic 93.7
  • Wednesday - 9/29 Blue Oyster Cult 7:30PM sponsored by Rock 101
  • Thursday - 9/30 Los Lonely Boys 7:30PM sponsored by Stars 97.3
  • Friday - 10/1 En Vogue 7:30PM sponsored by 104.9 The Beat
  • Saturday - 10/2 The Grass Roots 7:30PM sponsored by Kool 98

FAIR ADMISSION PRICES

  • Adult, 13 and over $8.00
  • Children, under 13 $3.00
  • Parking $5.00

HOURS OF OPERATION

  • The carnival opens at 1 p.m. weekdays and 11 a.m. on Saturday and Sunday, and operates until 11 p.m. Sunday through Thursday and 12 Midnight Friday and Saturday night.

SPECIAL DAYS DURING FAIR WEEK

  • SCHOOL DAY: Sunday (September 26th) All children under 18 admitted free until 9 PM.
  • SENIOR CITIZEN DAY: Tuesday (September 28th) All persons over 60 years of age admitted for a discounted price of $4.00.

For more information about the Panhandle South Plains Fair, go to http://www.southplainsfair.com/.

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