Join KHOP at the 2013 Stanislaus County Fair, happening July 12-21 at the Stanislaus County Fairgrounds in Turlock!
The Stanislaus County Fair has another stellar lineup on the Budweiser Variety Free Stage in 2013, and like always, all show are FREE with Fair admission.
This year, KHOP is presenting
July 13 - Weird Al Yankovic
July 16 - Hinder
The Fair also has more great motorsports action in the Food Maxx Arena in 2013...and this year, KHOP exicited to Present
July 14 - Quad Drags & Extreme Freestyle Motorcycles
July 20 - Motorcross/Quad Cross & Pee Wee Bikes
Experience a fantasy world where science comes to life. Wizard’s Challenge! is an interactive exhibit which guests can have fun while learning about science through magical and medieval themed displays. This highly interactive and hands-on offers a huge variety of challenges and experiences. ry to stay on your feet while traveling through a 20-foot long rotating dragon’s lair; or place your hand on a plasma sphere and watch electricity/lightening follow your movements; and leave your body’s imprint on a huge wall of nails. The fun and science continues through magic mirrors or huge wands to make 25-foot bubble tubes.
Dare to enter the knight’s training ground in this 8,000 square feet of magic and science.
From the creators of the ever popular Rainforest Adventure, Clay and Elaine Everett are bringing this world of science to life. The science challenges and games are presented by Imagination Gallery, Inc. by Pam Schultz has showcased her exhibit throughout various Fairs and festivals.
3 Ways To Purchase Tickets:
1. Buy Online
2. Buy at the Fair’s Ticket Office
3. Buy at Valley First Credit Union Branches
Modesto – 1418 J Street & 3401 Dale Road
Turlock – 2655 Geer Road
Oakdale – 1449 East F Street
Ceres – 1501 Mitchell Road
*Note: Valley First Credit Union credit card purchases are processed as cash withdrawals and may be subject to credit union charges and/or fees.
For questions regarding admission and ticket sales, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone (209) 668-1333 x311