The Clark County Event Center is offering family fun events at the fairgrounds this summer, including a carnival, Tuff Trucks, Monster Trucks, and a Rodeo.
As many people know, the Clark County Fair had to cancel this year, but working directly with several promoters, a new opportunity emerged – a series of manageable events taking place at the Event Center. Each event can be managed and presented under current Washington State Health Department COVID-19 guidance.
The Family Fun Series will consist of a 10-day carnival, tuff truck and monster truck shows, and a dirt-kicking-bull-riding rodeo. Each stand-alone, and separately ticketed event will allow families the chance to have some fun-in-the-sun this summer.
“When our promoters approached us with their ideas for stand-alone shows and events, we thought our community would appreciate the opportunities!” Noted John Morrison, CEO of the Clark County Event Center.
Mark your calendars now for the Family Fun Series at the Clark County Event Center.
WGAS Motor Sports will present a two-day Tuff Truck event on July 30 and 31 and a Monster Truck show on August 1.
Butler Amusements will present a 10-day carnival event starting August 6.
Wild West Events will present an evening of Bull Riding in mid-August (date TBA)
Tickets for these events will go on sale soon, and announcements will be made on social media and the Clark County Event Center website. There will be additional shows and events added in the coming weeks.
The Clark County Event Center at the Fairgrounds is SW Washington’s largest facility for shows and events. Visit the Clark County Event Center website for updates, ticket links, prices, and dates.