Get Your 2016 Dixie Classic Fair Tickets Early

Advance tickets, which will be sold through Sept. 29, are $8 for adults and $3 for children.


Photo courtesy of Dixie Classic Fair

Tickets are available now for the 134th annual Dixie Classic Fair in Winston-Salem, the second-largest agricultural Fair in North Carolina. This year’s fair runs from Sept. 30 to Oct. 9 at the Winston-Salem Fairgrounds.

Advance tickets, which will be sold through Sept. 29, are $8 for adults and $3 for children. Children under 5 and senior adults are admitted free. Packs of 30 credits for rides are $10, and unlimited ride wristbands are available in advance for $25.

Tickets are available at,, at the Annex box office at 414 Deacon Blvd., at select area Walmarts, and through links to the fair’s social media followers on Facebook and Twitter.  

As always, the fair will feature thrilling rides, agricultural exhibits, competitions, live entertainment and plenty of great food. More than 320,000 people attend this fun-filled “Ticket for Homegrown Fun” each year.

For more information, visit

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