Fun for the whole family

With the purchase of gate admission, enjoy all of the shows below and so much more! A complete listing of showtimes will be available in the Daily Guide. Stay tuned for its release!

Hypnotist Chris Mabrey is sure to dazzle and amaze! Catch him on the Pepsi Stage most days.

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Get ready for juggling, circus stunts and a hint of magic with Groovy Guy. You’ll see him out and about on the fairgrounds! 

The crowd favorite sand sculpture is back this year! Sandscapes will sculpt 150 tons of sand into a scene you don’t want to miss. In front of the Colorado Building. 

The Canine Stars Stunt Dog Show features adopted dogs doing big air stunts, dock diving, frisbee freestyle routines, and more! Shows daily, next to the Pepsi Stage 

With thimbles on his gloves and bells and whistles on his rhythm board, Washboard Willy will be strolling around the Fairgrounds and encouraging kids to become part of his jamboree!

Skip Banks will entertain crowds strolling around the Fairgrounds. don’t miss his comedy show – especially the finale when he actually steps into a giant balloon!

It’s proven science that petting animals makes kids and adults smile! Come get your dose of happy at the Great American Petting Farm. Pony rides available too!


Moo U Guided Livestock Tours strive to connect fair-goers to the farmers that produce the things they use on a daily basis. Hourly tours depart from the north side of the Sheep & Swine Barn. Each tour takes approximately 50 minutes and no two are exactly alike!

Take a break from the heat to view The Power of Horses in the Colorado Building. This exhibit from History Colorado features a wide variety of artifacts and items that celebrate the horse’s presence in pop culture.

Take a trip around Colorado’s regions and learn more about all the amazing recreation opportunities around the state with the Do Colorado Right exhibit, presented in conjunction with the Colorado Tourism Office.

Presented by Front Range Antique Power Association, check out this display of vintage tractors. Located on the north side of the Sheep & Swine Building.

Learn all about the Colorado State Fair and its 150 years of history in the Colorado State Fair Museum. Open daily, located just off Main Street near the Horse Show entrance.