The Northwest Washington Fair, in Lynden Washington, is about to launch their biggest sale event ever, releasing tickets for three grandstand shows, gate admission, season passes and unlimited ride carnival wristbands all at once. Email subscribers have access to a November 23 presale, with tickets being made available to the general public Tuesday, December 1.
“Everyone is tired of not being able to do anything,” said Fair CEO Chris Pickering. “We are excited to offer some hope with the promise of a better-than-ever 2021 Fair.” Tickets will go on sale Monday for the following acts:
- Darci Lynne Farmer – Wednesday, August 18
- Nelly – Thursday, August 19
- Party in the Dirt, presented by Manna Insurance – Saturday, August 21
- Eli Young Band, Canaan Smith, Parmalee & Tenille Townes
Guests will also have the chance to secure a $35 season pass good for gate admission every day of the Fair.
“The 2021 Fair will have more to experience than anyone could possibly accomplish in one day, and we want to see the community visit multiple days for one low price,” Pickering added. “Going from one free stage in 2019 to five free stages in 2021, adding an expansive free kids’ play area, and offering a diverse Bank of the Pacific Grandstand Entertainment Series all build to what will be the biggest and best Northwest Washington Fair yet.”
Pickering was quick to note that the Fair already has plans in place to offer a safe experience for all guests. “In addition to reducing frequent touchpoints and exploring contactless payments, we are proud to be pursuing accreditation with the Global Biorisk Advisory Council to be recognized as a STAR facility. The accreditation process will ensure we are implementing the most up-to-date and effective cleaning and sanitization practices throughout the fairgrounds.”
The Northwest Washington Fair will take place August 12-21, 2021. Presale tickets are available online only at nwwafair.com; public on-sale tickets are available online or by phone at (360) 354-4111. The Fair Office will be closed to the public per order of the governor, however, the best prices are available online.
About the Northwest Washington Fair: The Northwest Washington Fair Association is a 501(c)3 non-profit dedicated to agricultural education, positive competition, enjoyment of wholesome entertainment, social interactions and lasting memories. The annual Northwest Washington Fair is held in August and celebrates the very best in our community.