The Staff at Firefighter’s Fair would like to extend our sincerest apologies that the Fair was cancelled this year. This was to be our biggest year ever for the Fair as it was our 40th Anniversary with Three Concerts, New Shows, New Rides and the largest showing ever from the Indian River County Youth Livestock Association. Due to circumstances out of our control we were advised by the Governor of Florida as well as the Center for Disease Control not to open just hours before opening the gate due to COVID-19 (Corona Virus). This was a very difficult decision to make with all the preparations done all year. The decision was made to put the Safety of the Public First!  The Firefighter’s Fair is comprised of Full Time Firefighters and Paramedics and we could not conscientiously ignore our duty to protect and serve this community. This may have been an unfavorable decision to some however this was the best decision for All.

We do have Great news though, The Firefighter’s Fair is returning next year and is scheduled for March 12th-21st, 2021. We’re currently in the process of signing contracts with Mark Chesnutt and Shenandoah with tentative dates for Mark Chesnutt of Sunday March 14th, 2021 and Sunday March 21st 2021 for Shenandoah. All pre-purchased Concert tickets, Power-Passes and other Admission tickets will be honored at the 2021 Fair. We greatly appreciate your patience and understanding.

Sincerely,

Wayne Howard

Firefighter’s Fair

General Manager

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Guest Safety Notice

For your safety, the safety of our other guests, and to help keep the fair a family friendly environment we ask you not to bring or wear the following:

*Illegal Weapons, sharp objects, mace, or pepper spray.
*Explosive Devices/Fireworks
*Outside Beverages
*Coolers
*Drugs/Alcohol
*Animals/Pets
*Gang Colors/Symbols
*Clothing with Offensive Language/Pictures
*Any remote controlled vehicle (RC Cars, drones, etc)
*Any other item deemed to be a dangerous to others
*Any other item deemed to be offensive to others

Fair Staff shall make the final decision as to whether an item may be brought on to or worn on the grounds. Bags, backpacks, purses and the like may be searched prior to entry. Persons may be searched by metal detector and/or Indian River County Sheriff Deputies prior to entry.

Daily Information

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Directions

Indian River County Fairgrounds
7955 58th Ave, Vero Beach, FL 32967

 

Coming South from I-95, take Vero Beach exit, head east on S.R. 60 (20th street), turn left on 58th Ave(Kings Highway) head north approximately 7 miles and the Fairgrounds will be on your left.

Coming North from I-95, take Sebastian exit, head east on C.R. 512, take a right at C.R. 510 until you get to 58th Ave, turn right (South) on 58th Ave and the fairgrounds will be on your right.

Coming from US Highway 1, head to 77th Street and turn west until you get to 58th Ave, turn right and the fairgrounds are on your left.

Parking is always free. Parking attendants will be available to help you find an appropriate space.