COLUMBUS – Ohio State fair has announced that they will have a fair but it will not be open to the public.
According to a statement from the fair, “To protect Ohioans and the long-term financial viability of the #ohiostatefair, this year’s event will be limited to livestock and educational competitions for exhibitors, their families, and guests.”
The Fair says it has been weighing options for how to safely open but for health reasons have finally decided to keep 2021 fair closed to public, ” That is why we have decided to significantly limit the scope of the 2021 Ohio State Fair, focusing on livestock competitions and concluding with a modified Sale of Champions to celebrate the hard work of our young exhibitors. The Fair will not be open to the public, and will be limited to exhibitors, their families, and guests, stretching the Fair over a longer period of time with an anticipated start date of July 19. This decision will not only help to protect the health and safety of Ohioans, it will also protect the long-term financial viability of the fair.”
Many of the typical things associated with the Ohio State Fair – rides, concerts, entertainers, live music, food vendors, and shopping – are expected to return in 2022.
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