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We are located in Russell, KS, just off Interstate 70 between Hays and Salina. The Russell County Fair, reminiscent of the “good old days”, gives the community an opportunity to show off everything from quilts to livestock. If you are a life long resident of the area or just traveling through stop in to see the sights and join the fun. Check out the exciting Russell County Fair attractions scheduled for this year.

Plenty To See and Do

The 4-H Building will be full of exhibits and displays. While there are to many to list here, some of the favorites are cooking, quilting, produce, arts & crafts, woodworking and of course our “Wheat Showcase”. All these events at the Russell County Free Fair will probably make you hungry so, take time to enjoy the food vendors or the 4-H Food Stand.

4-H is a big part of the Russell County Free Fair and we’ll have plenty of 4-H activities. Make time to watch the horse, sheep, hog, or beef shows. These animals will also be on display during fair week along with rabbits, chickens, turkeys, maybe even a duck. 4-H livestock will end the 4-H’ers Russell County Free Fair with the Livestock Auction on Friday night.

Come out and enjoy the Russell County Fair!

Phil Vandel

Phil Vandel

The Phil Vandel Band have repertoire of hundreds of songs and even though their life roots are in the country music, their extraordinary musical versatility offers something for almost everyone. Thursday July 28th . . .

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Goddesses of Rock

Goddesses of Rock

The Goddesses of Rock are 3 dynamic female vocalists that you don’t want to miss! Watch as each vocalist transforms into their favorite artists and preform. Wednesday July 27th, 2016 . .

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State Line Drive

State Line Drive

State Line Drive is an award winning country/pop band out of Kansas City, Kansas. Tuesday July 26th, 2016 . . .

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Weee Entertainment

Weee Entertainment

Unlimited ride wristbands are only $15.00 during the 2016 Russell County Free Fair. The carnivel will be running Tuesday July 26th – Friday July 29th 7:00 PM to 11:00 PM. . .

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