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Slideshow of rides and vendors at the NC Mountain State Fair.

Popular returning acts include the Human Canon Ball - David “The Bullet” Smith, a clogging competition, comedy hypnotist Brad Matchett, an agricultural magic show + more.

Photos provided by the North Carolina Mountain State Fair

It’s the best time of the year — the NC Mountain State Fair returns to the WNC Ag Center tomorrow, Sept. 8-Sunday, Sept. 17.

There’s fun for the whole family, including rides, heritage artisans, livestock shows, entertainment, and, of course, the food.

Don’t miss new + returning attractions like:

  • Racing and swimming pigs
  • A swirling and spinning new ride
  • Chainsaw artist Joey Rowe
  • Fun competitions + exhibits
  • Mountain Music Festival

Advance admission tickets are now on sale online.

Plan your visit

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