Utah County Fair - Brave & Free '23
Proud Sponsor of the 2022 Utah County Fair





Main Events


Western Night Rodeo - Thursday August 4th at 7:00 pm (Free - Open Seating)

Monster Trucks - Friday August 5th at 7:00 pm (Ticket Required)

Demolition Derby - Saturday August 6th at 7:00 pm (Ticket Required)

Purchase Tickets at https://www.sfcitytix.com


Free Events


Just Added - New pre-fair event!
• Team Sorting/Team Penning (Wednesday/Thursday - Outdoor Arena)


Kids Corner (All Days - North West area)

Large Inflatables (All Days - Near Kids Corner Tent)

Balloon Guy Entertainment(Friday & Saturday - see below for times)

Scales & Tails (All Days - Located in the Kids Corner)

LEGO Display (All Days - High Chaparral Building)

Makers Market (All Days - West Side/near Main Street)

Food Booths (All Days - Center Court)

Western Night Rodeo (Thursday - Outdoor Arean)

Open Ranch Versatility Show (Thursday - Large indoor Arena)

Car Show (Friday evening - North Side near Tennis Building)

Antique Tractor Pull (Saturday - Outdoor Arena)

Main Stage Entertainment (All Days - Center Court)




Kid's Corner

Air City Bounce & Balloon Guy Entertainment

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Bring your kiddos and maybe even a few of their friends to enjoy the fair at an event just for them!

The Kid's Corner is an oasis amongst the hustle and bustle of the fair to play games, win prizes, get your face painted for free, play for free on giant blow-ups, get a free balloon sculpture and do other free activities.

This is a great time for mom and dad to take a break from the heat and crowds too.

The Kids Corner is located out of the sun in a large air conditioned tent in the north west corner of the fairgrounds!

Air City Bounce Houses will be providing 3 giant inflatables for kid's to play on for FREE



Jeremy Telford with Balloon Guy Entertainment will be providing fair guests with FREE small quick balloon sculptures on Friday and Saturday!

   • Friday - Noon to 4:00 pm
   • Friday - 5:30pm to 9:30pm
   • Saturday - 10:00 am to 2:00 pm
   • Saturday - 4:00 pm to 8:00 pm
   • Balloons are FREE to guests.









T-Mobile Entertainment Stage

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This year the Utah County Fair has partnered with the folks from Geeserfest to produce and manage the T-Mobile Entertainment Stage! They have an amazing lineup of bands scheduled to perform this year.

Thursday, August 4th will be our County Music night that will fit right in with our Rodeo night! On Friday, August 5th we will have many new and up-and-coming bands playing and on Saturday, August 6th Classic Rock will be the theme.

Come and relax and enjoy some great bands each day at the Utah County Fair! You can see the schedule of bands here. Click Here

**Entertainer Information: Each time block is to be used for set up, take down, sound check and performance time. Please be respectful to others and do not go over your time. Loading and unloading of equipment may be done via the reserved parking stalls behind the smaller animal barns on the east side of the fairgrounds. Please only use this area for loading/unloading. All other performer vehicles may utilize the parking lot behind the fairgrounds (east side). All entertainers (paid or not) are requested to sign a contract with the Utah County Fair. The contracts will be emailed to you ahead of time for you to send in before the Fair or you can bring them with you and turn them in before you go on stage.

Thank you again for performing at the Utah County Fair! (Free Event)








Antique Tractor & Powder Pull

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Join us Saturday August 6th in the Grand Arena from 12:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. to see a group of amazing individuals work their tractors magic.

The Tractor Pull is sponsored and put on by the Utah Antique Machinery Association. Members have restored many antique tractors from John Deere, Farmall, Allis Chamlers, etc. Then they all come together at the Utah County Fair with the restored tractors to show them off. They pull heavy objects to see whose tractor is not only good looking, but the strongest too!

Don't forget the girls, they love these tractors too! The women have been working just as hard as the men on them, so be sure to see the Powder Puff Pull event.

Come hear and see these amazing classic

restored tractors put on a show at the County Fair Tractor Pull on Saturday, August 6th from 12:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. in the Main Arena. (Free Event)








Scales and Tails


Join us each day of the fair on the Kids Corner Stage for the Scales and Tails reptile and birds show.

It's an amazing, once in a lifetime, experience at Scales and Tails!

By popular demand, Scales and Tails will be back again at the 2022 Utah County Fair! Standing room only crowds are treated to informative and entertaining shows about these amazing animals. Also popular is the interactive, hands-on experience provided to fair-goers after each show along with the opportunity to see the reptiles and birds up close.

See this fun show in the Kids Corner tent located in the north west corner of the fairgrounds.
(Free Event)







LEGO Display

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The Utah Lego User Group, is an adult fan club coming together to show off their creations and passion for the hobby of LEGO. The display consist of over a hundred thousand bricks from multiple members from all over Utah. Their goal is to become better builders, pushing the envelope and building something a little bigger and better.

The Utah Lego Users Group has been around for more than a decade and has been displaying at the Utah County Fair in Spanish Fork off and on for many years! They look forward to showing fairgoers something new and different each year.

The LEGO display will be viewable each day during the fair in the High Chaparral building. (Free Event)







Sorting/Penning

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NEW - Pre-Fair Event!

Join us Wednesday evening August 3rd at 5:00 pm and Thursday morning August 4th at 9:00 am to watch this event!

Team Penning and Ranch Sorting are sporting events that involve the movement of cattle on horseback by rider teams. Created to preserve that traditional skill sets of working cow horses and handlers, Penning and Sorting challenge modern riders and mounts to compete in a timed event to identify, move and pen specific cattle from a herd in a limited amount of time. Penning and Sorting are timed events that involve speed, precision and strategic planning in order to quickly and accurately cut and pen the cattle.

Ranch Sorting: Ranch sorting requires that two riders move a herd of ten cattle in numerical order from one round pen into a separate adjoining pen in sixty seconds or less. There is a twelve-foot opening between the two pens, and also one or two un-numbered 'trash' cows that are mingled throughout the herd. In both penning and sorting, the numbers do matter - so any cow that crosses the line, either out of order or carrying the wrong number, will result in a 'no time' for the team.

Team Penning: Three riders enter the arena. Thirty head of cattle are bunched together at the other end of the arena, numbered from 0 to 9, three of each number. The announcer gives a number to the team when the first rider crosses the start line, and the clock is started. The team must cut the three cattle with their number out of the herd and guide them down the arena and herd them into a pen within the allotted time-usually less than ninety seconds. The fastest time with the most cattle wins.









Western Night Rodeo

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A rodeo experience the whole family can enjoy! Bareback Riding, Roping, Mutton Bustin, Saddle Bronc, Bull riding and Barrel Racing all in two hours of great rodeo entertainment.

To make it event better - we have will have John Payne, fifteen time Professional Rodeo Cowboy Association (PRCA) "Specialty Act of the Year." You won't find a better evening of family fun! He even has a zebra in his act! Thats not something you see everyday!

Now add in our County Music night on the entertainment stage? Well, that will fit right in with great evening of rodeo fun!

Great western family fun at the Utah County Fair
Thursday August 4th, 2022 at 7:00 pm.
 (Free Event - open seating)

Attention rodeo fans - we have a huge announcement!

John Payne aka The One Arm Bandit will be at our Western Night Rodeo!

Fans attending the Utah County Western Night Rodeo Thursday, August 4th will be treated to entertainment by the 15 time PRCA Rodeo Act of the Year.

The One Arm Bandit, John Payne, will bring his one-of-a-kind show to the Utah County Fair Arena in Spanish Fork. His award winning act has featured buffaloes, mustangs, mules and even zebras. Born to a rancher in Shidler, Oklahoma, the renowned cowboy entertainer actually died on June 12, 1973.

While tearing down a house for his dad, thinking the electricity had been shut off, John was electrocuted by 7,200 volts. According to his website - "After lying dead on the ground for approximately five minutes, he came to with his sidekick pounding on his chest and giving him mouth-to-mouth resuscitation.

Gary Hughes delivered John back from the dead, but he was in bad shape." He spent five weeks in a Tulsa burn center. He lost his right hand in the accident, hence the name One Arm Bandit. We look forward to seeing one of the most sought after performers in the world of professional rodeo!




Western Night Rodeo Signup Information and Waivers


Our Rodeo Events are:       
• Bareback         
• Saddle Bronc   
• Bull Riding      
• Barrel Racing  
• Mutton Bustin*

Buckles will be award to the top 3 in each event.

To compete in the Utah County Fair Rodeo
or to enter your child for the Mutton Bustin'
you MUST register each person that will participate
by calling Brady Burningham or Malinda McBride


Brady Burningham 801-822-6439

Malinda McBride 702-343-9346


All Rodeo participants (including Mutton Bustin') must sign a wavier before they can participate.
Below is a link to the wavier form. Please print it off, sign it,
and bring it with you the night of the rodeo (there are 2 pages).
You can not partisipate with out a signed waiver!!

Click Here for the Rodeo Waiver Form


All mutton bustin' participants guardian must sign the above Rodeo Wavier Form before your child can participate.
Below is a link to the Mutton Bustin' form. Please also print it off, fill out
all of information, sign it, and bring it with you the night of the rodeo.

Your child can not participate without a Signed Waiver and a completed Mutton Bustin Form.

Click Here for the Mutton Bustin' Participant Form

**Mutton Bustin' contestants must weigh less than 60 lbs.
Contestants must also be between 5 and 7 years of age.
Weight and age limits will be strictly enforced.








Car Show

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New this year! The Utah County Fair Car Show!

Our Come see lots of cool cars and classic hot rods and view them up close and personal!

The Car Show is happening on Friday evening, August 5th from 4:00 pm to 7:00 pm on the north side of the Fair Grounds, located north of the Tennis Court building.

Do you have a classic style car or cool motorcycle you would like to enter in the show? There is no entry fee!

To secure your entry in the Car Show, please contact Christopher Thomas at 801-404-9202 or by Email at cdthomasut@gmail.com for more information, or simply bring your entry before 4:00 pm on Friday afternoon. (Free Event)








Monster Trucks

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The Utah County Fair Monster Truck show is always an adrenaline-charged family entertainment event!
Be sure to get your tickets soon for the best seats!

During our Monster Truck event you will see the most action-packed motorsports event on four wheels. At the event, you will witness world-class driver athletes and the most recognizable trucks tear up the dirt and compete in intense competitions of speed and skill.

Come see these World-class drivers pushing their perfectly engineered vechiles to their limits! Happening on Friday August 5th in the main arena.

Purchase Tickets at https://www.sfcitytix.com








UTC Demolition Derby

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The Utah County Fair Demolition Derby -
THIS IS THE BIG LEAGUE!

Driver registration is open
Click Here to Register and view the rules.


By definition a Demolition Derby is a contest in which drivers deliberately and repeatedly crash old cars into each other, on a racetrack or in an enclosed area, with the winner being the last vehicle still moving after all others have been disabled.

Competitors traditionally use full-size, American-made sedans and station wagons, especially those from the 1960s and 1970s which are larger, heavier, and have more robust frames than later vehicles.

Come see our drivers compete to the end and see who will walk away with the grand prize this year. The Utah County Fair Demolition Derby is the HOTTEST ticket in town!

The UTC Demolition Derby always sells out quickly each year and is one of the best ACTION PACKED entertainment opportunities that everyone in the family can enjoy!

It's an event you won't want to miss!

The demolition derby is held on Saturday August 6th at 7:00 pm in the main arena.

Purchase Tickets at https://www.sfcitytix.com