Sacramento County Fair: Fun for All

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May 12, 2019
Edward Smith

Fun at the Sacramento County Fair

Everyone is looking forward to this year’s Sacramento County Fair, which is scheduled for May 23 through 27 over the Memorial Day weekend. It will be held at Cal Expo, located at 1600 Exposition Boulevard. Grandstand events will include the Monster Truck Tour on Friday, the 23rd, and bull riding events on Saturday. From carnival rides and entertainment to the livestock show and contests, it promises to be a lot of fun. However, accident injuries can occur anywhere. When they are caused by someone else’s negligence, you may be able to obtain fair compensation to pay your expenses.

Hours and Prices

Prices to get into the Sacramento County Fair are reasonable. This allows visitors to enjoy all the fair has to offer, and bring along the entire family. Children up to age 12 get in free, and on-site tickets cost $8. If you purchase your tickets early, you can get them for $7. Carnival prices for wristbands that let you ride all day are $35 on-site and $25 if you pre-order. For those who will be driving to the event, parking costs $10, and this is apart from your admission tickets. You will find parking for bicycles to attend the Sacramento County Fair close to the Rodeo Gate Entrance. The spaces are limited so you will want to get there early. Hours for the fair are as follows:

  • Thursday and Friday, May 23 and 24: 10:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m.
  • Saturday and Sunday, May 24 and 26: 11:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m.
  • Memorial Day, Monday, May 27: 11:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.

Building Hours for the Sacramento County Fair

Building C contains Wild Science, crafts, arts, and demonstrations, while Building D contains the Shoppers Expo. Both buildings will be open from 10:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. except for Memorial Day when they will close at 7:00 p.m.

One of the fun activities at the Sacramento County Fair is the annual contests, where people can compete with each other. This year is no exception, and the following contests are scheduled. This year’s activities include:

  • Rising Star Talent Competition for ages 14 and under
  • Corn Dog Eating Contest: This is one you want to go for. The first prize is $500.
  • Diaper Derby: Infants being entered in this contest must be under 12 months of age.

Injury Accident Compensation

Public events such as the Sacramento County Fair are enjoyable. However, there are always the dangers of car accidents, poorly maintained rides, and other problems that can cause a serious injury. When this happens, medical bills can pile up, and the injured person can miss work. Added to the pain and suffering of an accident, it can cause a strain on the family, both financially and emotionally. A seasoned personal injury lawyer can advise you on whether you can claim fair compensation for your injuries. This allows you to concentrate on recovering without the added worry of financial stress. Remember that personal injury lawyers offer a free consultation, and they only charge if they win your case.

Sacramento Car Accident Lawyer

I’m Ed Smith, a Sacramento car accident lawyer. Most public events are safe and fun. Occasionally, negligence can cause a serious injury. If you were injured at a public event, call me for my free and friendly advice at (916) 921-6400 or (800) 404-5400. An online contact form is also available for your use if you prefer.

During my 37-year career as a personal injury lawyer, I’ve helped numerous Sacramento residents to obtain fair compensation for their injuries. I specialize in all types of motor vehicle accidents and among other cases handle traumatic injuries and wrongful deaths.

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