For years, our mission as the Yamhill County Fair & Rodeo has been to deliver our community big name acts with a good view. This year, we are back with a line-up that county AND rock fans will enjoy. All events are included with General Admission, however reserved seating for concerts and rodeos are available with additional passes.
9:00pm – Sawyer Brown
THURSDAY NIGHT (Aug.3)
7:30pm – Drake Milligan
9:00pm – Ned Ledoux
FRIDAY NIGHT (Aug.4)
7:30pm – Walker County
9:00pm – Billy Dean
SATURDAY NIGHT (Aug.5)
9:00pm – 38 Special
ALL-DAY CARNIVAL RIDE BRACELET
There is fun for the whole family at the Rainier Amusements carnival during The Yamhill County Fair & Rodeo! Save yourself the hassle and buy your wristband BEFORE you go. You’ll receive a redemption voucher which you’ll present at the RAINIER AMUSEMENT TICKET BOOTHS (separate from the front admission gates), and they will give you your bracelet. Ride bracelet vouchers can be redeemed any day (August 2-5) and valid one day only.
Buy your wristbands online HERE:
Check out what Ranier has in store for you HERE: https://rainieramusements.com/
RESERVED RODEO SEATING
Looking for a reserved seat for all four nights of rodeo & derby? Check out our sponsorship opportunities page, but hurry fast… spots are limited!
RESERVED CONCERT SEATING
(formerly Golden Circle Seating)
Learn more about admission and reserved concert seating here:
CONCERT Q & A
While we want you to have fun and make memories at the Yamhill County Fair and Rodeo, we often receive the same questions year after year! Check out the general questions and our answers below.
Q: Can I watch the concert if I haven’t purchased a reserved seat?
A: Of course! Our concert has a large field seating area (included with General Admission) where spectators can enjoy the concert
Q: What is the difference between Reserved and Field Seating?
A: If you’re wanting to get up close to the stage and have a designated seat all night long, you will want to purchase a reserved seat. If you are looking to enjoy the concert from farther away, with the option to stand or bring your own chair, field seating is included with General Admission
Q: Can I bring a chair or blanket to set up on the field seating area for concert viewing?
A: Yes! Many people bring chairs or blankets to view the concert, however the space is first come first serve. You are welcome to arrive and set up earlier in the day , but we can’t guarantee it will remain in that spot as more visitors arrive. The fairgrounds are not liable for any stolen, broken and misplaced items.
Q: Can I meet the performing artist? How do I get backstage?
A: Unfortunately, meet and greets with performers at the Yamhill County Fair are determined by the artist. No meet and greets are available at this time – but check back closer to fair! If you’re wanting to get backstage, check out our Backstage Posse Volunteer Team!
Q: Can I bring my dogs to the fair?
A: While we would love to see your furry friends, DOGS ARE NOT ALLOWED ON THE GROUNDS DURING THE FAIR AND RODEO, except for Service Dogs, and dogs entered in the 4-H Dog Show. Please leave the dogs at home.
Want to read more about our general rules and regulations? You can view our full document HERE: