Grange Fair Information

Grange Fair Information

Grange Fair Information

The Grange Fair is an annual fair and camping event held in Centre Hall in Centre CountyPennsylvania each year since 1874. The fair is typically held in the last full week of August.[1]

It consists of thousands of people camping at the fairgrounds in large, green, rented tents with asphalt floors. Thousands more stay in their own recreational vehicles, parked on the grounds. In addition to those staying on the fair grounds, daily visitors come for rides, food, bingo, animal shows, livestock contests and concerts.

Families stay in the same tent each year and tent locations are often passed down through generations. The wait for a tent reservation is said to be years long.[2]

On the last day of 140th Grange Fair, it was announced that the 2015 Grange Fair will be moving a week earlier and adding 1 day, with the fair going from 7 days to 9 days.[3] Historically those renting tents would move in on Tuesday with those renting spaces with campers move in starting as early as the Sunday before the fair opened to those not camping on the grounds on that Thursday for season ticket holders.




Friday, August 17th | 8 P.M.
Kicking off the 2018 Grange Fair entertainment schedule, Ricochet brings their edgy, energetic harmonies to the stage, singing chart-topping hits including “What Do I Know” and “Love is Stronger Than Pride.”  At the Grange Fair you can see this award-winning Country super group without spending any of “Daddy’s Money.”

The Georgia Satellites

Saturday, August 18th | 8 P.M.
“Keep Your Hands to Yourself” while rocking to one of the most ferocious bands of the 1980s.  The Georgia Satellites will “Hippy Hippy Shake” the stage with hit songs, “Battleship Chains” and “Can’t Stand the Pain.”

Tracy Lawrence

Monday, August 20th | 8 P.M.
One of Country music’s brightest stars, with over 13 million albums sold, 18 Number One singles, and 22 Billboard Top 10 hits, lights up the Grange Fair stage.  Catch this “Texas Tornado,” multiple CMA and ACM award winner, Tracy Lawrence, before “Time Marches On.”

Morgan Wallen

Tuesday, August 21st | 8 P.M.
Morgan Wallen began performing for his local church congregation at the age of three.  With a Hard Rock-loving preacher for a father and a mother who couldn’t get enough of Country and contemporary Christian


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