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The Great Allentown Fair

September 1, 2021 - September 6, 2021

The Great Allentown Fair offers a fun and educational experience starting on the Wednesday before Labor Day weekend and ending on the Monday holiday.

Dedicated to supporting the achievements of farmers, gardeners, and homemakers, the Fair invites guests to learn about agriculture while spending an exciting time riding rides, playing games, and seeing shows. It serves up tantalizing international cuisine, musical concerts, thrill shows, and the latest in gizmos and gadgets.

Get the full Allentown Fair lineup of tickets, performances, and exhibits .

Know Before You Go

  • Parking is available on site through Tunnel Gate 7, off Liberty Street. Cost is $10 per vehicle. Prepaid premium parking is available in advance for $25. Off-site parking is available in lots surrounding the Fairgrounds. These lots are run by individual businesses and are not associated with the Fair.
  • For show tickets, click herebox-office.
  • Browse the map of the fairgrounds so you can plan your route.
  • Click heregrandstand-shows for an up-to-date list of performers.


September 1, 2021
September 6, 2021
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Discover Lehigh Valley
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Allentown Fairgrounds
302 N. 17th St.
Allentown, PA 18104 United States
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