Entertainment Schedules Released for 45th Annual Oregon Country Fair

It's Country Fair Time...

The Oregon Country Fair has released entertainment schedules for some of the stages at this year’s fair, with more to be released throughout June. Main stage performers include reggae band Sol Seed, roots and blues guitarist David Jacobs-Strain and electronic dance trio Beats Antique. Schedules can be viewed on the OCF website at http://www.oregoncountryfair.org/entertainment.php.


This year’s fair features 17 stages of entertainment, more than 80 food booths and nearly 350 craft booths featuring more than 700 artisan crafters. Vaudeville, circus acts, spoken word, wandering musicians, face painting, parades and many other fair favorites will return this year. Fairgoers are sure to find an entertaining surprise around every bend in the path.

Fairgoers are encouraged to ride to the fair aboard the complimentary Lane Transit District bus service. All LTD bus rides will be free for the duration of this year’s fair, which runs from July 11 to July 13.

If bought in advance, ticket prices are $23 for Friday, July 11; $25 for Saturday, July 12; and $23 for Sunday, July 13. Tickets purchased the days of the event are $25 for Friday, $29 for Saturday and $25 for Sunday. Prices do not include TicketsWest service fees. A ticket good for all three days of the fair may also be purchased for $58 in advance only. Children ages 10 and under are admitted free and there is a discount for individuals who are alter-abled or ages 65 or above.

TicketsWest outlets are located at numerous Safeway stores throughout Oregon and southwest Washington.

Parking at the Oregon Country Fair costs $8 per vehicle per day in advance, $10 per vehicle per day on-site. Parking passes may be purchased with admission tickets or at the fair site the day of the fair, but fairgoers must show an admission ticket to drive onto or otherwise access the site.

About The Oregon Country Fair

The Oregon Country Fair is best know as the host of an annual, three-day cultural exposition that asks the question, “How do we want to live?” The non-profit fair organization, which is also owner and steward of approximately 446 acres of land in Veneta, demonstrates a commitment to sustainability and seeks to model sustainable living for other organizations, events and in the living of daily life.

The fair also continues to make significant contributions to the community of Veneta, and has received a special Community Stakeholders award from the Fern Ridge Chamber of Commerce for its stewardship of land, philanthropy to schools, and arts and economic solutions. Fairgoers support the spirit of the fair year-round by helping raise money for the Oregon Country Fair Endowment Fund and the Jill Heiman Vision Fund, which provides grants to local nonprofit organizations and social services agencies. Between these grants, as well as charitable donations from its board of directors, the fair has awarded nearly $1,000,000 to Lane County nonprofit and youth-oriented organizations in the past 22 years.

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