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ENTERTAINMENT

Want to sit back and relax to some good vibes? Looking to dance the night away to your favorite artists? Head over to the Fair and don’t miss this year’s new NextFest LA!

ENTERTAINMENT

Bringing multi-stage indie music festival to the Fair - featuring the next in emergent talent. NextFest performances are scheduled for every weekend of May, Fridays-Sundays during the Fair across 4 stages. Featuring talent from all sound arenas!

See NextFest LA on The Lagoon Stage, The Farm Stage, The Plaza Stage and The Community Stage 

Artists and info available here >>

CEEM Takeover Weekend at the Fair
May 13 - 15, 2022

A Tribute to Black Excellence

  • Live Music, Entertainment & Panel
  • Discussions
  • Black-Owned Vendors
  • Black-Owned Food Trucks
  • Fun & Interactive Kids-Zone
  • Gospel Sunday and More

Special discount offer is available through our partners at CEEM. Visit their website to learn more >>

Cooperative Economic Empowerment Movement (CEEM) is an economic cooperative committed to closing the racial wealth gap through education, investments, and support for African-American professionals and the African-American entrepreneurial ecosystem. CEEM encourages its members to support African-American owned businesses in its network increasing the turnover of dollars in our community, allowing CEEM members to rise together.

Ray Cammack Shows Carnival

Ray Cammack Shows returns to LACF for its 36th year, bringing more than 70 spectacular carnival rides, 40 games & kiddie carnival areas.

48th District Agricultural Association: Ag Fair – Expo Hall 10

LACF is partnering with the 48th District Agricultural Association to present the Schools’ Ag and Nutrition Fair, a salute to LA County agriculture. The Fair will display entries from schools throughout the county that feature agriculture and nutrition. Teachers and their students may enter by visiting www.agfair.org

eSports Gaming World – Expo Hall 8

esports Gaming World (EGW) is a gaming and esports convention returning for its fourth year to the LA County Fair. Featuring dozens of PC and console gaming stations and professional competition stage complete with Twitch livestreaming, EGW gives guests the opportunity to participate in fun events, tournaments and even a chance to get on stage! And EGW also has virtual reality setups, exciting gaming vendors, and fun photo-ops for the whole family to enjoy!

Haunt Supershow – Expo Hall 9

Back for its third year at the LA County Fair, the Haunt Supershow will be joining in on the centennial celebrations by offering an all-new “100 Years of Horror” exhibit. The popular social media photo-op attraction, Museum of Monsters, will be returning as well, plus a giant professionally designed haunt maze with live actors! Plus, unique horror and pop culture retail vendors, giant inflatables, and horror-themed games!

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Ray Cammack Shows Carnival

Ray Cammack Shows returns to LACF for its 36th year, bringing more than 70 spectacular carnival rides, 40 games & kiddie carnival areas.
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48th District Agricultural Association: Ag Fair – Expo Hall 10

LACF is partnering with the 48th District Agricultural Association to present the Schools’ Ag and Nutrition Fair, a salute to LA County agriculture. The Fair will display entries from schools throughout the county that feature agriculture and nutrition. Teachers and their students may enter by visiting www.agfair.org.
More Info

eSports Gaming World – Expo Hall 8

esports Gaming World (EGW) is a gaming and esports convention returning for its fourth year to the LA County Fair. Featuring dozens of PC and console gaming stations and professional competition stage complete with Twitch livestreaming, EGW gives guests the opportunity to participate in fun events, tournaments and even a chance to get on stage! And EGW also has virtual reality setups, exciting gaming vendors, and fun photo-ops for the whole family to enjoy!

Haunt Supershow – Expo Hall 9

Back for its third year at the LA County Fair, the Haunt Supershow will be joining in on the centennial celebrations by offering an all-new “100 Years of Horror” exhibit. The popular social media photo-op attraction, Museum of Monsters, will be returning as well, plus a giant professionally designed haunt maze with live actors! Plus, unique horror and pop culture retail vendors, giant inflatables, and horror-themed games!

Flower & Garden Pavilion – The Hill

The Flower & Garden Pavilion celebrates the Centennial with Cheers to 100 Years. The Pavilion will feature a look at the Fair’s history through flowers. The center waterfall will complement America’s Great Outdoors with a nod to the forest, wildlife and the old Golden Empire Gold Rush. Expect to see a floral Clock Tower and murals of the most popular flowers for each decade.
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America’s Great Outdoors – The Hill

America’s Great Outdoors returns to its location atop The Hill. For more than 25 years, the Fair has partnered with US Forestry, the Bureau of Land Management and LA County Fire Forest Division to educate our guests on fire safety and the beauty of our local forests. The entire hillside will be themed America’s Great Outdoors. Forestry and Fire will continue its programming on the western end and expand into the top of the hill behind the F&G Pavilion. That area will host more animal exhibits and forestry education such as informing guests about hiking in the local mountains and the national parks. US Forestry’s Tree Circus will perform on a stage in the center of the Hill, featuring professional tree climbers.
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Millard Sheets Art Center – Expo Hall 3

Step back into 1922 and work your way through 100 years as LACF turns the gallery into a museum of the Fair’s history. The entry hall will feature a tribute to the Los Angeles County Fair Association and the Fair founders. Artists will also feature pieces depicting the Fair’s history. On the patio, LionLike MindState will host art and poetry nights Friday-Saturday.
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The Farm at Fairplex

Big Red Barn returns with farm animals and the beloved petting zoo, with all animals from Fair partner Cal Poly Pomona. The petting zoo’s circumference will enlarge, offering more elbow room for guests and animals. Perhaps one of the biggest new aspects of the Fair, we are bringing back Future Farmers of America (FFA) in a greater footprint. LACF will host student competitions in the eastern barns. This is what county fairs were all about – our guests will be thrilled to see FFA return. Master Gardeners will be located in the barns opposite the Big Red Barn and hosting regular workshops. Heritage Farms will host soap makers and more, featuring Markham Farms, makers of goat milk soap from their Chino Hills farm. Bees and Honey will also return. The Kickin’ Country Stage will move to a section near the Carnation Barn.
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