Lassen County Fair arrives next week

The modifieds race to the checkered flag at Diamond Mountain Speedway. The Fair race and demolition derby will be held Sunday, July 21.

The Lassen County Fair hosts “Barnyard Bliss with a remarkaBULL” twist for this year’s Lassen County Fair, held July 17 to 21. The Fair is more than just a week-long event — it’s a tradition!

Josh Turner, Saturday, July 20..

Fair manager Kaitlin Midgley said, “More than 31,000 patrons attended last year’s Lassen County Fair last and attendance numbers continue to trend upwards. The fair is the longest-running community event in Lassen County. Not only is the fair a place for fun and great food, it is also home to one of the best displays of our youth. Local 4-H and FFA members work hard all year in preparation for the junior livestock shows that take place Wednesday through Saturday of the fair, and end the week with the junior livestock auction on Sunday. In addition to the many contests held at the Lassen County Fair, we also pride ourselves on bringing in top talent from around the globe to entertain our patrons.”

Jared Hovis, Thursday, July 19 after the CCPRA Rodeo.

This year’s lineup features
Thursday, July 19 – CCPRA Rodeo with a performance by Jared Hovis.
Friday, July 19 – Lonestar.
Saturday, July 20 – Josh Turner.
Sunday, July 21 – Auto Racing and Demolition Derby.

Check out lassencountyfair.org to purchase your tickets today and don’t miss out on our three-day package of tickets that will get you in to the Thursday, Friday and Saturday night shows at a discounted rate.

For tickets or more information, call the Lassen County Fair at (530) 251-8900.