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Panhandle South Plains Fair: What you need to know

LUBBOCK, TX (KCBD) -

The Panhandle South Plains Fair will last through Saturday, Sept. 28th.  If you're planning to attend, here are some important details that you'll want to know.

Paid Admission Times:

Monday-Friday 1pm-11 pm

Saturday-Sunday 10am-Midnight

Carnival Hours:

Monday-Thursday 3pm-11pm

Friday 3pm-Midnight

Saturday 11am-Midnight

Sunday 11am-11pm

Fair admission:

Adults, 13 years of age and older - $8.00

Children, 2 years to 12 years of age - $4.00

Parking - $5.00

Special events during the Panhandle South Plains Fair:

Thursday, September 19th - Buck-A-Ride Nite 

All rides are $1.00 from 6:00pm -11:00pm and there is no parking or admission fee

Sunday, September 22nd - Family Day

 All persons under 18 years of age admitted free until 9:00pm and you can purchase a wristband for $35 for the rides.

Tuesday, September 24th - Senior Citizens Day

 All persons over 60 years of age pay only $4

Thursday, September 26th - Wristband Day

You can purchase a wristband for $35 for the rides.

The Panhandle South Plains fair will also provide the Children's Petting Barnyard, in cooperation with the Lubbock 4-H Club.  The hours of operation for the barnyard are daily from 11:00am to 10:00pm.

There will also be free, live concerts this year.  You must have a ticket to attend the show.  The tickets are available through participating radio shows.  For more information, click: http://www.southplainsfair.com/pages/shows/

For more information about the 2013 Panhandle South Plains Fair, you can visit their website: http://www.southplainsfair.com/

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