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Frequently Asked Questions

Do I need a ticket to get into the concerts?

Except for July 12th, all concerts require a ticket for entrance. July 12th is a free concert with paid gate admission.

Does a mega Pass include concerts?

A Mega Pass only includes free with gate admission concerts. For the 2023 Fair, the only concert included is July 12th. All other concerts are separate tickets.

How much are tickets?

Ticket prices will vary depending on the concert you are attending. Tickets include gate admission when bought in advance (before 8:00 am on the day of the show) and prices increase the day of to account for gate admission. Ticket fees may also apply to include convenience and processing fees associated with the tickets.

Where can i get tickets?

The easiest and recommended way is to buy online >> Get tickets here! You can also visit the Fairgrounds to use our kiosk located in the Butler Machinery Arena lobby. You can also get tickets at the gate when you come to the Fair, but ticket prices will increase the day of the show. Buy your tickets online before 11:00 am the day of the show and save $15 on gate admission.

what Time does the Fair Start?

The Fair opens daily July 7 - 16 at 11:00 am.

What Time do the concerts Start?

Concert times vary depending on the concert.

Where Can I park?

We have both Free and $10 Paid Parking available. For specific areas, please refer to the map on our Fun Guide page. View Map Here!


During the Fair, ATMs are located conveniently throughout the fairgrounds. Exact locations are noted on the free grounds maps available at the Fair Information Building during the Fair.

During the off-season, an ATM is located in the Butler Arena, Hartl Ag Building and in the Grandstand Area.


During the ten days of the Red River Valley Fair, pets are not allowed on the Fairgrounds, with the exception of service dogs or animals approved as part of an exhibition. Service dogs are those that have been individually trained to do work or perform tasks for a person with a disability.

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