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Visit the Wisconsin State Fair, presented by U.S. Cellular, August 2 – 12.

Looking for a way to “Make Your Day WonderFair”? Visit the Wisconsin State Fair, presented by U.S. Cellular, at Wisconsin State Fair Park in West Allis, Wis., August 2 – 12.

The Fair features favorites like the Giant Slide, Original Cream Puffs, livestock shows and more. These traditions are must-dos, but there are also exciting new attractions each year. This year the Packers Lambeau Live Tour will be at the Fair all 11 days, and big-name entertainment includes Alice Cooper, Cole Swindell, The Temptations, Foreigner and more!  These shows are at the Main Stage presented by Potawatomi Hotel & Casino, but there is also music and entertainment is around every corner on 30 additional stages.

Agriculture is not only the backbone of the Wisconsin State Fair, but a cherished tradition. The agricultural shows highlight the dedication of exhibitors, and allow for educational experiences not often found in urban environments.

Everyone agrees that the food at Wisconsin State Fair is incomparable. More than 200 food and beverage locations feature drool-worthy creations, delicious sweet treats and tasty twists on deep-fried classics.

A visit to the Wisconsin State Fair isn’t complete without checking out SpinCity, where 50 exhilarating rides are not for the faint of heart. North America’s largest traveling Ferris wheel, the WonderFair Wheel, is also returning this year, featuring breathtaking views from 15 stories above the 200-acre Fair Park.

Tickets are just $14 at the gate for adults, and $8 for youth, seniors and military. There are several ways to save money on ticket packages prior to the fair, or get in for a discount during the fair. For the most up-to-date information on deals and discounts, as well as the full entertainment and agriculture show schedules, visit WiStateFair.com.

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