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State Fair Brings Back The Fun Starting September 24

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The State Fair of Virginia returns in-person this year. It will be held September 24-October 3 at The Meadow Event Park in Doswell.

This year’s festivities include vendors, a farmers market, animal and plant exhibits, and demonstrations from wood carvers, glass artists, butter-makers, jewelers, potters, painters, quilters, and knitters as well as cooking demos.

There will also be trapeze artist performers, jugglers, magicians, amusement rides, and other entertainment.

The State Fair of Virginia will also feature a variety of concerts including C&C Music Factory on Friday, September 24; Blessed Union of Souls on Tuesday, September 28; and Christian singer Corey Asbury on Thursday, September 30.

For a complete list of attractions and events, visit https://www.statefairva.org/p/attractions-and-events/rides.

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