The Chattooga County will kick off Thursday, August 24th. This year’s Fair is full of unique attractions, games, and family fun, including a concert with the Kentucky Headhunters Saturday evening.
The Fair is delighted to announce that Peachtree Rides will be returning this year to provide rides and entertainment for all ages.
The live animal exhibit is returning too! Not only can you learn about how these animals help Chattooga County, but you can also see them live and up close!
Chattooga County residents and those in our surrounding counties of Floyd,Gordon, Walker, Dade, and DeKalb and Cherokee Alabama, are invited to show off their skills in the Blue Ribbon Department at the Chattooga County Agricultural Fair. The following categories are part of the Blue Ribbon. Food preservation includes canned foods including jams, jellies, and salsas. Horticulture includes cut flowers, herbs, container plantings, and a category for fairy gardens! Arts including paintings, drawings, pottery, and sculptures. Photography black and white or color, in four different categories. Needleworks including crochet, knitting and quilts! Agriculture allows you to enter your prize garden tomato, pepper or melon! There are up to 5 divisions including Youth, Open, Professional and Golden Age, depending on the category selected.
The Fair is excited to present a jam packed lineup of entertainment. Kicking off with Thursday with a performance by J. Scott Thompson Friday evening country music artist James Otto will be performing at the fair. Otto is known for his song “Just Got Started Lovin’ You” that reached number one on the country charts in 2007. Otto has written songs for Randy Owen, Trace Adkins, Zac Brown Band, and many others.
The Kentucky Headhunters
Saturday evening The Kentucky Headhunters will be the headline performance. The Kentucky Headhunters are an American country rock and southern rock band. Some popular songs the band has produced are “Dumas Walker”, “Walk Softly on This Heart of Mine”, and “Rock ‘n’ Roll Angel.” Through the years band members have changed but the style and quality of the music has remained the same.
The Kentucky Headhunters have recently released a new album, “On Safari.” Songs from the album will be heard at the Chattooga County Agricultural Fair along with many favorites from the past. The Kentucky Headhunters continue to engage fans in their energetic live show.
Thursday, August 24th
5:00 PM to 10:00 PM
Friday, August 25th
5:00 PM to 12:00 AM
Saturday, August 26th
2:00 PM to 12:00 AM
Sunday August 27th
2:00 PM to 9:00 PM
Gate admission is $5.00 per person
Thursday, August 24th will be STUDENT NIGHT. Children will get free GATE ADMISSION.
Friday, August 25th will be Military Appreciation Day.
Admission is free to all Military Personnel that can provide Military identification.
Sunday, August 27th will be free gate admission for all ages sponsored by the Town of Trion.
All concerts and events are free of charge with gate admission! Carnival rides will cost extra.
Free parking will be available adjacent to the fairgrounds.