For more information:
Sanjida Nahar
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San Mateo County Fair runs from June 4-12

SAN MATEO – The San Mateo County Fair will run from Saturday, June 4, through Sunday, June 12, at the San Mateo County Event Center, 1345 Saratoga Drive in San Mateo.

The Fair will be closed to the public, however, on Monday, June 6 and Tuesday, June 7.

The Fair’s hours will run from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. See ticket pricing in the graphic below.

“We will have a walk-in Fair this year with all the Fair favorites including Carnival rides and games, Fair food, livestock, shopping, exhibits, entertainment on two stages and outdoor evening concerts,” the Fair states on its website. “Fair tickets include admission, entertainment and exhibits. Carnival rides, parking, games and food are not included.”

For more information on this year’s Fair activities, including the live music lineup, visit here.

During COVID, the San Mateo Event Center was unable to host most events but instead played a vital role in protecting our health care workers and most vulnerable populations by serving as a COVID-19 testing site, operations hub, and supply center, 250-bed temporary overflow hospital, and vaccine distribution center for the San Francisco Bay Area. To date, the Event Center has administered 250,000 COVID-19 tests and vaccinated more than 90,000 individuals.

The award-winning San Mateo County Fair is the Peninsula’s premier community event for family fun and entertainment. The San Mateo County Fair strives to provide a diverse experience through education, inspiration, and entertainment. The annual Fair represents a celebration of our community’s talent, interests, innovations, and rich agricultural and artistic heritage.