The Delaware County Fair runs from September 15-22, 2018, and features The Little Brown Jug on September 20.
There is plenty of entertainment scheduled for the fair, including concerts, lots of dog events, magic shows, Abe Lincoln, and Saturday Night Fireworks. You can also enjoy the Eating contests, Demolition Derby, Truck and Tractor Pulls, Motorsports, and more, plus fantastic food stands, exhibitors, and amusement rides.
But before the fair starts, don’t miss the All Horse Parade in Delaware on Sunday, September 9, 2018. One of the largest and most unique, non-motorized parades east of the Mississippi. We have thousands of spectators in attendance, and our parade is a wonderful opportunity to demonstrate our community pride. Our Horse Parade has over 140 Units, including hundreds of horses, mules, donkeys and bands parading through our town. The parade is always the Sunday preceding the opening of the Delaware County Fair. The parade steps off each year promptly at 3 pm from the main gate of the Delaware County Fairgrounds onto Pennsylvania Avenue, and is 3 miles in length.
The fair gates are open from 8 a.m. – 9 p.m. daily, with amusement rides from 11 a.m. – 10 p.m.
Weekly pass: $40
All Day Wrist Bands for rides: $15 (individual tickets can be purchased)
Admission is free for those 8 and under, and $6 for 9 and up, except on Jug Day
Senior Day: Seniors age 55 & older – $2.00 all day on Tuesday, September 18
Jug Day, Thursday, September 20: Ages 8 & under – no charge, Ages 9-17 – $6.00 all day, Ages 18 & older – $20.00 until 5pm, $6.00 after 5pm)
Veteran Day, Friday, September 21: Free on Friday for Military & Veterans with ID.
The Little Brown Jug is the most prestigious 3-year-old pacing race in North America. This hugely popular event draws a large crowd of harness racing fans, and requires a separate ticket.