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Save It For The Western Idaho Fair
This weekend kicks off one of our favorite annual events in the Treasure Valley: the Western Idaho Fair! The fair is from Friday, August 18th to Sunday, August 27th with hours from 12pm to 11pm, except for the last day with hours from 12pm to 9pm.
Advance Pricing Today
Want to save some money on gate admission and a carnival wristband by buying in advance. You'll receive a discount on all prices if you purchase online today! Click here to purchase.
Discount Days at Western Idaho Fair
On Friday, August 18th, enjoy KBOI2 Day. Attendees receive free entry to the fair from 12pm to 2pm.
KTVB Family Day Promo is Monday, August 21st. You can purchase one gate admission and one carnival wristband good for $29, and it's good all day. That's a $10 savings from the usual $30 wristband and $9 adult gate admission cost.
Activities at the Western Idaho Fair
If you're more a thrill seeker, you'll love riding on the numerous options available at the carnival. Make your hair stand on end with a ride on the brand new Ex-scream Machine Giant Roller Coaster or Super Shot Drop Tower.
In search of some entertainment? See all that the Western Idaho Fair has to offer. You can take a peek at an eight-foot tall robotic dinosaur, get hypnotized by Kellie Karl, or get the giggles with the comedy of Steve Russell. Take a peek at all the entertainment the fair has to offer here.
Don't forget to stop by and see the competitors! From livestock to watercolors, you can see the talents of others displayed at the fair.
Whatever you enjoy, we think you'll find something to love at the fair!
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