Pulaski County Family Night and Free Gate Admission Night at the New River Valley Fair

Pulaski County logoPulaski County is excited to announce ‘Pulaski County Family Night at the New River Valley Fair’ on Wednesday, July 26. This partnership will showcase Pulaski County to fairgoers from across the New River Valley and beyond.

Pulaski County will host activities for the public in the grandstands including live music from artists Keith Goggin from 5:30pm to 7:30pm and Chad Cox from 8:00pm to 10:00pm, dancing, games for all ages, a dunk-tank and more! The county will also be holding The Marketplace at the Fair, featuring the following vendors: April’s Earrings, The Funky Goat, Great Wilderness Brewing, I LUV COLOR, Whimsical Goddess Jewelry and Giftables, Rev it Up Decals, Quick Quality Krochet, Trillium Candle Company, Knockerball Called Out, Honaker House Farm, the Ruritan Club, and more.

Several Chamber of Commerce businesses will also set up in the grandstands.

With all of these activities available, it only makes sense that the fair will also offer free gate admission for all who choose to attend this night. Come out, grab a Lion Dog, and stroll around the fairgrounds with family, friends, and fellow members of the community while enjoying access to all of Pulaski County’s events in the grandstands.

Fair Association President, Malcolm Boothe, stated, “Pulaski County Family Night at the New River Valley Fair will be something new and exciting for everyone in the area. This event will bring local businesses and vendors out to give them the recognition they deserve.”

Tourism Director, Erika Tolbert, stated, “Free gate admission is an invitation to anyone and everyone to enjoy the fair. The Marketplace will give fairgoers the chance to see even more of what Pulaski County has to offer.”

Director of Parks and Recreation, Shay Dunnigan, said, “We are pleased to partner with the New River Valley fair in order to provide free gate admission for the New River Valley community.
I’m looking forward to an enjoyable fair week and hope to see Pulaski County families at the fair on Wednesday, July 26.”