Chronicle Staff Report
Discounted tickets are now on sale for the Dixie Classic Fair, which will be in Winston-Salem from Oct. 4–13.
The second largest agricultural fair in the state, Dixie Classic Fair not only features dozens of gravity-defying rides and games for people of all ages, but agriculture exhibits and competitive arts and crafts and culinary contests. This year’s theme is “Go Fer.”
Advance admissions tickets are $7 for adults and $3 for children (6–11). Strates Shows Fun Cards are $10 with 30 credits pre-loaded. Advance tickets are available now at all local Lowe’s Foods locations, the Dixie Classic Fair Annex box office and online at www.DCFair.com through Ticketmaster. Advance tickets will be available through Oct. 3. After this date, tickets will be regular price $8 for adults and $4 for children on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. Regular admission prices for Friday, Saturday and Sunday are the same for children and $9 for adults. Admission is free for children five and under and senior citizens 65 and older. The fair will again offer the “Early Bird Special Admission” of $4 from 11 a.m. – 1 p.m. on weekdays.
“The 2013 Dixie Classic Fair is fast approaching and we are delighted to be closing in on another great event,” said David Sparks, director of the Dixie Classic Fair, which is in its 131st year. “I would encourage all interested Fair patrons to take advantage of the discounted advance tickets sales and get their Fair tickets early.”