Little Rock, Arkansas – As the Arkansas State Fair enters its last weekend, fair officials said that over 330,000 people have visited the grounds throughout the previous eight days.
A minimum of 54,978 visitors were present on Friday thanks to the almost ideal weather forecast.
“We’ve had a great eight days of the fair so far,” interim General Manager Tiffany Wilkerson said. “We are looking forward to finishing the fair with a strong weekend of attendance.”
Megan Moroney and Blanco Brown, two well-known country music artists, will play on the Lotto’s Main Stage on Saturday.
Additionally, the fair is celebrating “Entergy Day,” giving all Entergy employees who present a legitimate employment ID a $2 discount on gate entrance for themselves and up to four guests.
Additionally, the fair will grant $3.00 admission to Scouts, FFA, FCLA, and 4-H members up until 5:00 p.m.
You don’t want to miss the biggest event, according to state fair officials, which will run through Sunday.
Visit the state fair website at www.ArkansasStateFair.com for daily specials, concert, and exhibit schedules, food and ride listings, and more.
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