After a one-year hiatus, the SoCal Fair’s Fall Festival and Carnival are returning to Riverside County.
The 106-year-old tradition, which was put on hold last year because of the pandemic, is scheduled to be held Sept. 30 – Oct. 3 at the Lake Perris Fairgrounds, 187000 Lake Perris Drive, according to a statement.
Festivities will include live music, carnival fare, food trucks, vendors; carnival rides and games, farm and craft exhibits, and a livestock and animal show.
“SoCal Fair is proud to bring a community experience back to Riverside County with our Fall Festival and Carnival,” said Board President Marisa Yeager of the 46th District Agricultural Association, the state agency in charge of the SoCal Fairgrounds. “It’s a celebration for our rich and deep agricultural heritage and for the people that work in the industry.”
Tickets are available online. Prices are $10.00 a day for adults, $8 for children 5-12, $8 for seniors over 60, and free admission for children under four years old. Carnival ride day passes are $40.00.
All state and local COVID-19 protocols will be followed.