ST. LUCIE COUNTY – The biggest event in St. Lucie County got underway at the fairgrounds on Feb. 26. The 10-day event will be filled with adult and kiddie rides, displays, fair food, PRCA Rodeo, Demolition Derby, daily entertainment and so much more.

The Fair’s theme, Country Nights, Carnival Lights, brings together the local agricultural-based heritage and the bright lights of the carnival rides. There is something for every member of the family to enjoy.

“We want our guests to know we are complying with all local and state COVID guidelines,” said Christine Iannotti, Fair Manager. “We want everyone who attends this year’s fair to have a great time and stay safe.”

The Rodeo kicks off the opening weekend with exciting, bone chilling action. The two-day event starts at 7:30 p.m. in the Adams Arena. There is a Kid and Adult crashed-filled Demolition Derby’s set for March 6, with a 5 p.m. start. Plus, there’s Racing Pigs, Rock-It-Robot, live music, the Flores Circus Thrill Show, Kid’s Pedal Tractor Pull, livestock auctions, small animal barn, community and school displays, for everyone to enjoy.

“We invite everyone to visit our website for the latest information including daily specials, discounts and other important details,” said Ms. Iannotti.

The mission of the St. Lucie County Fair is to promote agriculture, horticulture, industrial, creative arts and crafts and sciences and educational opportunities while providing quality entertainment for people of the Treasure Coast.

For more information, please visit - https://www.stluciecountyfair.org/.

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