Sevier County Fair now underway: Ticket prices, schedule 2021

The Sevier County Fair is officially underway in Sevierville, Tenn. and celebrating their 85th anniversary.

The Sevier County Fair is officially underway in Sevierville, Tenn. and celebrating their 86th anniversary (photo courtesy of the Sevier County Fair)

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The Sevier County Fair is officially underway in Sevierville, Tenn. and celebrating their 86th anniversary.

The fair will run from Tuesday, Aug. 31 to Monday, Sept. 6, 2021.

The hours for this year’s Sevier County Fair will be:

  • Tuesday, Aug. 31: 5-10 pm
  • Wednesday, Sept. 1: 5-10 pm
  • Thursday, Sept. 2: 4-10 pm
  • Friday, Sept. 3: 3-11 pm
  • Saturday, Sept 4: 3-11 pm
  • Sunday, Sept 5: 3-11 pm
  • Monday, Sept 6: 3-10 pm

This year’s fair will feature a rodeo, live music by the Warman Trio and Shaun Abbott, youth competitions and much, much more.

The fair is sponsored by Farm Bureau of Sevier County. Guests who are able to present their Farm Bureau Membership cards at the ticket booth will receive one free ticket good for one night only on Wednesday, Sept 1.

Farm Bureau members will receive a BOGO (buy one get one free) admission on all other nights with proof of membership.

The Sevier County Fair is sponsored by Farm Bureau of Sevier County (photo courtesy of the Sevier County Fair)
The Sevier County Fair is sponsored by Farm Bureau of Sevier County (photo courtesy of the Sevier County Fair)

Sevier County Fair Schedule 2021

Tuesday, Aug. 31 

  • 4:45-5 pm: Opening ceremony featuring Bobby Peterson singing the National Anthem
  • 5-10 pm: Live Cattle Exhibit in the Arena
  • 5:45 pm: Cow Buddies Competition in the Cattle Tent
  • 6 pm: Beef Showmanship, Beef Show Jr & Commercial
  • 6 pm: Fairest of the Fair Pageant on the Fairest of the Fair Stage
  • 6 pm: Dixie Sawbriars on the Food Pavilion Stage
  • TBD: WOW Factor Science Show on the Show Stage

Wednesday, Sept. 1 

  • 5-10 pm: Live Cattle Exhibit in the Arena
  • 5 pm: Senior Sevier County Pageant on the Fairest of the Fair Stage
  • 5:30 pm: Gospel Night performers on the Food Pavilion Stage
  • 6 pm: Beef Open Show in the Cattle Tent
  • 6 pm: Fairest of the Fair Pageant on the Fairest of the Fair Stage
  • TBD: WOW Factor Science Show on the Show Stage

Thursday, Sept. 2 

  • 5-10 pm: Live Cattle Exhibit in the Arena
  • 5 pm: Elizabeth Williams Dancers on the Fairest of the Fair Stage
  • 6 pm: Skillet Toss behind the Kid’s Tent
  • 6 pm: Jr Sheep Show in the Cattle Tent
  • 7 pm: KFW Wrestling behind the Exhibit Hall
  • 7 pm: Griffin Band on the Food Pavilion Stage
  • 7:15 pm: Atomic Wing Eating Contest in the Contest Tent
  • 7:45 pm: Ice Cream Eating Contest in the Contest Tent
  • TBD: Nick the Magician on the Show Stage

Friday, Sept. 3 

  • 5-10 pm: Live Cattle Exhibit in the Arena
  • 5-7 pm: Southern Spirit on the Food Pavilion Stage
  • 5 pm: Youth Talent Competition on the Fairest of Fair Stage
  • 6 pm: Goat Show in the Cattle Tent
  • 7 pm: KFW Wrestling behind the Exhibit Hall
  • 8 pm: Dre Hilton on the Food Pavilion Stage
  • TBD: Nick the Magician on the Show Stage

Saturday, Sept. 4 

  • 11 am: Dog Fashion Show in the Fairest of the Fair Tent
  • 3 pm: Dixie Sawbriars on the Food Pavilion Stage
  • 4-6 pm: Boy Scout Dutch Oven Cookoff behind the Kid’s Tent
  • 4-7 pm: Farm Bureau Farm Fest in the Cattle Barn
  • 5 pm: Parrot Mountain Live Bird Show on the Fairest of the Fair Stage
  • 6 pm: Boy Scout Dutch Oven Cookoff Judging and Awards in the Contest Tent
  • 7 pm: Bulls and Broncs Rodeo in the Arena
  • TBD: Nick the Magician on the Show Stage
  • TBD: WOW Factor Science Show on the Show Stage

Sunday, Sept. 5 

  • 4-7 pm: Farm Bureau Farm Fest in the Cattle Barn
  • 5-8 pm: Warman Trio on the Food Pavilion Stage
  • 6 pm: Open Mic Night on the Food Pavilion Stage
  • 7 pm: Bulls and Broncs Rodeo in the Arena
  • TBD: WOW Factor Science Show on the Show Stage

Monday, Sept. 6 

  • 1-3 pm: Senior Day Activities (senior ticket required)
  • 5:45: Little Britches Competition in the Cattle Tent
  • 6 pm: Dairy Showmanship, Dairy Show Jr & Open following Showmanship in the Cattle Tent
  • 6 pm: Ice Cream Eating Contest in the Contest Tent
  • 6-9 pm: Shaun Abbott on the Food Pavilion Stage
  • 7 pm: Cosplay Contest in the Fairest of the Fair Tent
  • TBD: Lawn Mower Derby in the Arena
  • TBD: Lawn Mower Pull by Appalachian Tractor Pullers in the Arena
  • TBD: WOW Factor Science Show on the Show Stage

Events and times are subject to change. Check their Facebook page for event announcements.

A Fairest of the Fair pageant will take place on Monday and Tuesday night at the Sevier County Fair (photo courtesy of the Sevier County Fair)
A Fairest of the Fair pageant will take place on Tuesday and Wednesday night at the Sevier County Fair (photo courtesy of the Sevier County Fair)

How much does it cost to go to the Sevier County Fair?

Adults 11 years old and up is $6 for entry. Kids 10 and under are free every day.

During rodeo days, adults 11 years old and up cost $12.

If you have a free admission ticket, there will be a $6 upgrade charge on rodeo days unless the ticket specifies otherwise.

Primetime Carnival Wristbands are available for $20 for unlimited rides. Individual tickets are $1, with most rides requiring multiple tickets.  

Where is the Sevier County Fair?

The fair is located at 754 Old Knoxville Highway in Sevierville, Tenn.

To learn more or to purchase tickets, please visit the Sevier County Fair website.

For more events in September, check out our events calendar.

Read Also: Upcoming events for Pigeon Forge, Gatlinburg, Sevierville

Are you doing to the Sevier County Fair this year? Let us know in the comments.

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