"Bamboozle Magic" - Brian Wood, Magician
Bamboozle will amaze you with his grand illusion and variety show. He is sure to keep you entertained, amazed and at times confused.
Grand Illusion Show Aug. 9th, 10th at 3:30 and Aug. 11th at 2:30.
The Gothard Sisters
An all female Irish music and dance group from the Pacific Northwest. The three girls (who are truly sisters!) perform new Celtic arrangements of well known traditional tunes and popular songs.
Small Stage August 10, Saturday 10:30am, 3:30pm and 6pm
Troy "T Bone" Lucas
T Bone's high energy show combines songs from the past as well as
country hits of today.
Small Stage August 9, Friday 10am & 7:30pm, August 10, Saturday
Magic Carpet Ride
The band’s primary focus is on performing a set of Steppenwolf’s greatest hits, giving the audience the very same intensity as the original line-up of Steppenwolf did in its peak of existence in the late 60′s, early 70′s and for those who can’t see John Kay and Steppenwolf perform, this is the only other band out there keeping the legend of Steppenwolf alive...
Small Stage Saturday August 10, 1:30pm
The Greatest Kids Show on Dirt
Kids, do you want to be a bull rider? Here's your chance!
Complete with chaps, cowboy hat and a rodeo clown to show you the ropes. It is free for kids to ride the Bull.
Friday 10:30am, 1pm, 3:30pm, 5:30pm & 7:30pm
Saturday 10:30am, 1pm, 3:30pm 5:30pm & 7:30pm
Sunday 10:30am, 12:30pm, 2:30pm & 4:30pm
Walk on Water
Ever want to walk on water? Well, now is your chance! For just $5 you can experience the "Water Balls"-- climb inside a six foot diameter water tight plastic sphere and try to cartwheel, flip, bounce, crawl or simply stand (which is more difficult than it sounds!) Fun for everyone! Under 440 lbs can play! Riders as young as 6 months to 93 yrs old!
August 9 & 10, Friday & Saturday 11am - 1:30pm & 2:30pm - 7pm
August 11, Sunday 11am - 1:30pm & 2pm - 6pm
Brian "Buck" Ellard
In Buck's solo show, he plays guitar, fiddle and does the vocals. His sound has been compared to that of James Taylor, Josh Turner and Johnny Cash because of how he is able to accompany his vocals with his instrumental embellishments. Making his solo show sound like so much more than just a guy and a guitar. Buck's show is a pleasant walk down memory lane with some brand new side streets along the way! Buck's show is a must see!
Small Stage August 10 @ 11:30am August 11 @ 1pm
The Smilin' Scandinavians
The Smilin' Scandinavians, widely regarded as Seattle's #1 polka band, have been around since May 17, 1995, when bandleader Toby Hanson got a group of his friends at Cornish College of the Arts to form a polka band. Since that time they've built a reputation as one of the Northwest's most fun and entertaining polka bands. The band is well known for their mix of Midwestern polka, Scandinavian folk, traditional country western, Dixieland and big band swing. Besides being a highly regarded dance band, the Smilin' Scandinavians are also a top notch show band, mixing in humor and unpredictable antics to keep even the grumpiest crowd smiling. Whether playing at one of the nation's top polka festivals or taking the stage at a county fair, the Smilin' Scandinavians are always happy to entertain with some good, toe tappin' music.
Small Stage August 9, Friday 3pm
Draft Horse Pulls
Washington Draft Horse Puller's Association...
Be sure to see these amazing horses in action.
Main Stage August 10, Saturday 3:30pm
Bobby Sox & the Jukebox
With hits from the 50's to the 80's, "BOBBY SOX and the JUKEBOX" is truly a complete entertainment value...an "outrageously fun project" with special emphasis on songs. The nostalgia is heart warming, the energy is infectious, and the presentation reminds us that its never too late to feel young at heart. Just don't forget to bring your best sing-a-long voice and your hottest dance moves, because you will feel like a teen-ager once again!
Small Stage August 10, Sunday 3pm
The Cats Meow Jazz Band
This 6 piece high caliber musical ensemble showcases members selected from some of
the peninsula's finest big bands and combos. These talented musicians play the best of the entertainment industry's hit tunes and have a repertoire that extends from the early 1900's on
into the 2000's. The group has "horns a plenty" with two saxes and a trumpet on the front line accompanied by an excellent, unparalleled three piece rhythm section. From classic jazz and big band standards to fifty's favorites, this band does it all, with a refreshing emphasis on catchy vocals. "Don't miss this one!"
Small Stage August 11, Sunday 11am
The Dukes of Dabob
The Dukes are a Jefferson County Fair favorite with their combination of swinging Dixie, traditional jazz and blues.
Small Stage August 10, Saturday 4:30pm
Featuring Abby Mae and Dillan Witherow, this is the combination of two passionate sweethearts meeting together in song. Full of soaring vocals, heart wrenching melodies and intricate guitar, their powerful performance will leave you astounded and breathless.
Small Stage August 9, Friday 1pm
Shady Grove delights audiences with a wide variety of fun and lively folk songs from the 1960s, including favorites of The Kingston Trio and The Brothers Four. This all acoustic group features strong three part vocal harmonies accompanied by guitar, banjo, mandolin and upright bass.
Small Stage August, Friday 11am
Demolition Derby has returned to the Jefferson County Fair for the first time since 1979. It's back and ready for some fast paced, crashing action!
Main Stage Area, August 10, Saturday 7pm Kids
Main Stage Area, August 11, Sunday 2:30pm Adults
Yes, we have the Mud Drags back for another mud throwing year!
Main Stage Area, August 11, Sunday 11am
Be sure to see the Barrel Racing action and the Pee Wee Riders are definitely a don't miss!
Horse Arena August 11, Sunday 11:30am - 2:30pm