The Evergreen State Fair hosts a variety of activities, making it a great event for all ages. Celebrating old fashion fun with animals, entertainment, rodeo, demonstrations, contests, judged exhibits, vendors, monster trucks, carnival rides and games.
Evergreen State Fairgrounds
14405 179th Ave SE
Monroe, WA 98272
10 a.m. to 10 p.m. daily through September 2
While there is an entrance fee, we have gathered an assortment of ways to save money while attending.
Gate Admission / Regular Prices
Adults 16-61 ~ $10
Kiddos 6 - 15 ~ $7
Seniors 62-89 ~ $7
Children under six and seniors over 90 ~ free
Discount Gate Admissions / Discounts Available
Monday, August 26 / Senior Citizen’s Day
FREE gate admission all day for ages 62 and over
Tuesday, August 27 / Twosday Tuesday
$2.00 gate admission before 2:00 p.m. for everyone
Wednesday, August 28 / Family Day
$30.00 for up to six people of all ages
Thursday, August 29 / Kids Day
FREE gate admission all day for ages 15 and under
Friday, August 30 / Two specials
Armed Forces Day
FREE gate admission for everyone with valid military or first responders I.D.
Fair Cares Food Drive
FREE gate admission from 10 a.m. until 1 p.m. for each fair goer that donates three cans of food.
Monday, September 2 / Labor Day Play day
Adult $7.00, children and seniors $5.00
Local entertainment books have a buy one/get one free coupon. In the Seattle edition, it is E96.
Split the parking fee with friends by carpooling
Sip the parking fee altogether by catching the bus: Community Transit Routes 270 and 275 drop off at the fairgrounds.
While fair food is a fun treat, it can be a costly one. Fairgoers can bring in their own food and non-alcoholic beverages in cans or plastic bottles. By packing your own lunch and snacks, you will not only save money but also be able to control the calories as well as please any fussy eaters.
Carnival Ride tickets are $1 each with most rides costing three to five coupons. For those who plan on going on multiple rides, the easiest way to save is to purchase a wristband. The ride wristbands cost $25, Monday through Friday: $30 on the weekend and allow the wearer unlimited rides.