(West Plains) – There will be food, festivities, and plenty of fun at this year’s Heart of the Ozarks Fair, which Starts on Monday, July 14 and runs through July 19 at the fairgrounds off of Highway 63 in West Plains.
CMA recording artist Jake Gill and his band kick off the first night with a concert at 7 PM, highlighting what promises to be a full five days of entertainment. Featured this year will be an ACA-sanctioned rodeo Tuesday night at 7 PM, a bull buck Wednesday and Thursday night at 8 PM, a Tractor Pull Friday night at 8 PM, and a truck pull Saturday night at 7 PM.
This year’s event will also include new and out-of-state vendors and exhibits, and livestock entries from local 4-H and FFA chapters.
Admission for adults is $5 on Monday, $8 Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday, and $10 Wednesday. Admission for children ages 6-12 is $5 each day, and children under 6 will be admitted for free.