Illionois State Fair lowers admission prices
Adult admission is now only $5 Sunday through Thursday
Kevin Gordon, Manager of the Illinois State Fair (ISF) in Springfield is pleased to announce that Sunday through Thursday daily admission prices have been lowered to $5 for adults during the 2019 State Fair—senior prices will remain at $3 and children 12 years of age and younger are free. This is being done to make the fair a more affordable family-friendly experience. Parking on the fairgrounds is still only $5 a day.
The Discount Admission Booklets which provide an adult 11 any day admissions for the fair are still only $45—a savings of $30. Tickets can be purchased on-line anytime at IllinoisStateFair.info, or by calling (217-782-6661), and in person at the Emmerson Building on the fairgrounds from 8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday.
“With the lowering of our adult admission price, the Illinois State Fair continues to be the most affordable state fair in the midwest,” says Kevin Gordon, ISF Manager. “We offer a variety of fun, family events such as livestock shows, agricultural exhibits, top music entertainment in our grandstand, 13 stages with free entertainment and carnival rides for the young or old at heart—just to mention a few.”
In addition to the already low daily admission prices, the fair also offers free admission to special attendees with proper ID on the theme days listed below:
- Sunday, August 11 – Veterans (includes immediate family members) & Gold Star Families Day
- Monday, August 12 – Senior Day for Seniors 60 years and over
- Friday, August 16 – First Responders Day
Mark your calendars for the 2019 Illinois State Fair, August 8 through 18, in Springfield. Stay up to date with all the latest news and announcements from the Illinois State Fair by connecting with us via Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.
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