The 162nd annual Posey County Fair is underway this week, taking place at the Posey County Fairgrounds in New Harmony from July 18-23. There are plenty of things to see and do throughout the week, including rides, games, exhibits, vendors, animals, concerts and so much more.

The general admission gate fee is $7 each, although you can purchase a week-long pass for $30. Children 10 and under get in free. Veterans get in free on Wednesday, and first responders get in free on Thursday.

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Here's a rundown of the various activities and events happening throughout the week.

Daily Events/Activities

  • Monday-Saturday from 5pm-8pm: Half pot ticket booth is open
  • Monday-Saturday from 5pm-10pm: FREE rides
  • Monday-Friday from 5pm-8pm: FREE kid's zone
  • Monday-Friday from 5pm-8pm: Inflatable Archery & Axe Throwing
  • Tuesday-Friday at 6pm and 7:30pm: High Flying Pages Aerial Act & Show

Monday, July 18th

  • 7pm: Night one of the professional rodeo, including bulls, broncos, trick riders, and more (in the Main Arena).

Tuesday, July 19th

  • 6pm: Tiny and Little Miss Contests in the Posey County Community Events Center (PCCEC)
  • 7pm: Quad & Bike Drag Racing (KG track)
  • 7pm: Night two of the professional rodeo (main arena)

Wednesday, July 20th (Veteran Appreciation Day)

  • FREE admissions for veterans
  • 6pm: Cornhole tournament (main arena)
  • 7pm: Truck/Car/SUV drags (KG track)

Thursday, July 21st (First Responder Appreciation Day)

  • FREE admissions for first responders
  • 6pm: Kid's pedal pulls (Kid's zone)
  • 6pm: Mud volleyball (main arena)
  • 6pm: Talent show (PCCEC)
  • 7pm: Axe & Archery tournament (pavilion)
  • 7pm: ITPA Pro-Series tractor pulls (KG track)

Friday, July 22nd

  • 7pm: Antique tractor pulls (KG track)
  • 6pm-10pm: Concert and beer garden (outdoor stage)
    • 6pm-8:30pm: Brad Lemmons & Josh Merritt
    • 8:30pm-10pm: Drew Parker
  • 7pm: Demolition Derby (main arena)

Visit for more details and information about what's happening each day at the fair.

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