Lonoke County Fairgrounds
1006 West Third Street
Lonoke, Arkansas 72086
14 Miles South of Cabot on Hwy 89
​​ Gate Admission Thursday - Saturday​​
Adults                $4
Children            $2
Under 6             Free

Arm Band Prices and Times
Wednesday - Thursday         $15
Friday - Saturday                   $20
(Wed - Thurs  6pm - 11pm)
(Fri 6pm - 11pm; Sat 1pm - 5pm OR 6pm - 11pm)
Parking​​
Inside Fairgrounds               $5
Outside Fairgrounds            $5

Redneck Games Admission (Friday)
Adults         $5
Children     $3

Rodeo Admission (Saturday)
Adults         $8
Children     $5
Thursday only: Persons age 62 or over receive free admission to fairgrounds
Carnival: All rides are armband except bumber cars
Daily Schedule
  1. Saturday
    09/16/2007
    We'll start off the day at 8 am with our Fair Queen Pageant. Our Rodeo Queen contestants will also have their interviews at 9 am. Then the Livestock Exhibitors Appreciation Banquet will begin at 6 pm. The banquet is REQUIRED to be attended by all livestock exhibitors in order to receive passes and information needed for fair week.
  2. Sunday
    09/17/2017
    2pm - 4:30pm Commercial booths may set up 2pm - 5pm Educational & Community Service booths may set up
  3. Monday
    09/18/2017
    Noon - 2 pm Schools Arts register in the Educational Building Noon - 5 pm Educational & Community Service booths set up 6 pm - 8 pm Commercial Booths set up 8 pm OPEN division: Beef Cattle, Dairy Cattle, Horses, Mules, Sheep, Swine to be in place. NO POULTRY
  4. Tuesday
    09/19/2017
    9 am - 7 pm Poultry Check-In 11 am - 7 pm Home Economics & Horticulture entries registered 7 pm Jr & PeeWee Livestock must be in place (Dairy Goats, Meat & Markey Goats, Beef Cattle, Dairy Cattle, Sheep, Swine, and Poultry) 7:30 pm Weigh-In for Jr Division - All Market and Commercial livestock 8 pm All commercial vendors must be in place
  5. Wednesday
    09/20/2017
    7:30 - 8:45 am Cut flowers & Herbs entered 9 am Education, Home Economics, Floriculture, Horticulture, & Field Crop Judging 8 am Dairy Goat Show, followed by Breeding Goat Show, followed by Market Goat Show 6 pm Carnival open 6 pm Sheep Show 7 pm Swine Show 7 pm Jr & PeeWee livestock must be in place (Rabbits, Horses, Mules & Donkeys) 3 pm - 10 pm Commercial Building will be open Educational Building will be open after judging is completed until 10 pm
  6. Thursday
    09/21/2017
    Senior Citizens 62 & over receive FREE admission onto the Fairgrounds 9 am Education Building open 10 am Horse, Mule & Donkey show 1 pm Poultry Showmanship followed by poultry judging 3 pm - 10 pm Commercial Building open 3:30 - 4:45 pm EIA Checkpoint 5 pm County Fair Parade 7:30 pm Rodeo Queen Horsemanship
  7. Friday
    09/22/2017
    9 am Education Building open 9:30 am Beef Cattle Show 1:00 pm Dairy Cattle Show 4:00 pm Rabbit Show 3:00 - 10:00 pm Commercial Building open 6:30 pm Mutton Bustin' Sign-Up 7:00 pm Rodeo Queens Grand Entry 7:30 pm Red Neck Games and Mutton Bustin'
  8. Saturday
    09/23/2017
    9:00 am - 10:00 pm Education and Commercial Buildings open 9:00 am Horse and Mule Pull weigh in, followed by pull 9:00 am 4-H & FFA Livestock Judging Contest 10:00 am Children's Dog Show 12 noon Lawn Mower Races 1:00 pm Youth Talent Show 3:00 pm Livestock Awards Presentation 3:30 pm 4-H Poultry Chain Auction 4:30 pm Cross Cut Saw contest 7:00 pm Rodeo Queens Grand Entry 7:30 pm Rodeo and Mutton Bustin' 11:00 pm Livestock Exhibit Check-out
  9. Sunday
    09/24/2017
    1 pm - 4 pm Check out for Educational, Horticultural, and Home Economics 2 pm - 4:30 pm Commercial Booth tear down
  10. Saturday
    09/09/2017
    Fairgrounds cleanup day! This is the day we put our finishing touches on our fairgrounds for this years fair. FFA and 4H groups are encouraged to attend. Community Service hours will be given. We will start at 8:00 am.