Kittitas County Fair


The Kittitas County Fair today is a modern five day event that is held each Labor Day weekend.  The fair has always been about agriculture since 1885.  Local farmers and ranchers showcase the best they have to offer.

The Fair & Rodeo combined in 1923, and since then everyone can enjoy agriculture, a rodeo, competitions and exhibits of all kinds.   We even have a gathering of Yakama Indians.


Thursday, September 3 10 am - 10 pm
Friday, September 4 10 am - 11 pm
Saturday, September 5 10 am - 11 pm
Sunday, September 6 10 am - 10 pm
Monday, September 7 (Labor Day) 10 am - 6 pm

A 5% City Admission Tax included in prices)

Daily Admission

General (13 years & over)
Senior Citizen (60+), Child (6-12 ), and Military
Age 5 & under

Season Passes

Adult Season Pass (13 years & over)

Exhibitor Season Passes

Exhibitor Season Passes can only be purchased at time of entering exhibits at the Fair Office. They are mandatory for all Exhibitors entering animals.

Exhibitor Season Pass (If purchased before August 17th )
LATE Exhibitor Season Pass (after Aug. 17)

An additional late fee of $3.00 will be charged on all entries received after August 17th.
No refunds

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If you are wanting information about becoming an exibitor at fair, please check out the website or call the Kittitas County Fair office at 509-962-7639 or 1-800-426-5340