The 69th annual Coconino County Fair will be hosted by Coconino County Parks and Recreation during Labor Day Weekend, Aug. 31 to Sept. 3 at Fort Tuthill County Park.

The headlining musical acts for the weekend will be Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Bluegrass Band on Friday, Winger on Saturday, Los Internaccionales Caminantes De Humberto Navarro on Sunday and the Nolan McKelvey Band on Monday.

Additional entertainment includes SolOverLuna, the Workingman’s Band, WEEZUS, the Reckless Band, Mike Reeves Band, Rhythm Edition, FoxyKoshka and other local and regional acts. Strolling acts include April Gallegos Balloon Animals, Dune Sea Garrison (Star Wars) on Saturday and variety acts such as the Perceptives and Bob at Large.

Complimentary shuttle services will be offered to and from NAU at the South Campus Parking Lot on East Pine Knoll Drive and the County Health and Community Services Building at 2625 N King St. The shuttle stop at NAU runs for all four days and the shuttle stop at the County Health and Community Services Building runs Saturday and Sunday (Sept. 1 and 2). For pick up times and locations, visit www.CoconinoCountyFair.com. Parking at the fairgrounds $5.

A variety of selected fair food items will be sold for $5 on Friday only. Food vendors participating in the $5 meal promotion are asked to sell a meal including one entrée, one side and one beverage for $5.

Additionally, $1 off admission coupons can be found on Nackard Pepsi products at several grocery stores in Coconino County. Military discounts for active, retired and veteran’s admission is $7 throughout the fair. Regular admission for adults is $8, seniors and children (6-12) is $5 and children (5 and under) are free.

The fair's hours will be 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. Friday to Sunday and 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Monday. Carnival hours will run until 11 p.m. during the weekend and 5 p.m. on Monday.

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