MAY 25-29, 2017

grand stand events



May 25, 2017
Lil’ Monster Trucks & UTV RZR Racing
TWO GREAT EVENTS, ONE TICKET

Separate Fair Admission Required
Gates open at 6:30 p.m.
Show Starts at 7:00 p.m.

Super value night

Adult 13 + $8.00 pre-sale only
Child (4-12 Years Old) $8.00 pre-sale only
Box Seat $20.00 pre-sale only

Free Pit Pass Party with admission at 5:30 IN THE GRANDSTANDS

This is an opportunity for your kids to meet the drivers and see trucks and UTV’s up close. Bring your autograph pad and collect all the signatures at this FREE Pit Party. Pit Party Admission is included with your show tickets.

Do your kids wish they could drive a Monster Truck or race a UTV? This is your opportunity to bring your kids and have them watch both at one show. The Lil’ Monster Truck show consists of a team of kids 6-17 driving monster trucks doing everything a full scale show does? It will entertain the whole family as they jump cars on a typical Monster Truck course. The UTV Racers will captivate the audience as they compete in side by side racing and thrill you with their high flying stunts. Show features UTV Champion driver’s Joe Arrowsmith and Dana Creech behind the wheel showing off their skills.


May 26, 2017
Lil’ Monster Trucks & UTV RZR Racing
TWO GREAT EVENTS, ONE TICKET

Separate Fair Admission Required
Gates open at 6:30 p.m.
Show Starts at 7:00 p.m.

Adult 13 + $10.00 pre-sale only
Child (4-12 Years Old) $8.00 pre-sale only
Box Seat $30.00 pre-sale only

Free Pit Pass Party with admission at 5:30 IN THE GRANDSTANDS

This is an opportunity for your kids to meet the drivers and see trucks and UTV’s up close. Bring your autograph pad and collect all the signatures at this FREE Pit Party. Pit Party Admission is included with your show tickets.

Do your kids wish they could drive a Monster Truck or race a UTV? This is your opportunity to bring your kids and have them watch both at one show. The Lil’ Monster Truck show consists of a team of kids 6-17 driving monster trucks doing everything a full scale show does? It will entertain the whole family as they jump cars on a typical Monster Truck course. The UTV Racers will captivate the audience as they compete in side by side racing and thrill you with their high flying stunts. Show features UTV Champion driver’s Joe Arrowsmith and Dana Creech behind the wheel showing off their skills.


May 27, 2017
Lasher’s Stars & Stripes Bull Riding
Sponsored by Lasher’s Elk Grove RAM

Separate Fair Admission Required
Gates open at 6:30 p.m.
Show Starts at 7:00 p.m.

Adult 13 + $10.00 pre-sale only
Separate Fair Admission Required.
General Seating Child (4-12 Years Old) $8.00 pre-sale only
Box Seat $30.00 pre-sale only

Saturday Night at the Sacramento County Fair is a MUST!  The Lasher’s Stars and Stripes Bull Riding pits 30 top Cowboys against 30 1500 pound bucking bulls.  Who will win the Cowboy or the Bull?  The action packed event will have you on the edge of your seats.  Wolfey the PBR and NFR barrel man and top rodeo entertainer will have you singing, dancing and kissin’ on the kisscam during the event. 


May 28, 2017
Gran Jaripeo y Baile

Includes Fair Admission

General Seating: $35.00
Child 7-12: $15.00

EV Entertainment Presenta
Domingo Mayo 28
Cal Expo en Sacramento
Doors 3:00pm
Jose Manuel Figueroa
Las Jilguerillas y mucho mas!


May 29, 2017
Tractor Pull
Gates open at Noon
Pulls 1:00 p.m.
Separate Fair Admission Required

Adult 13 + $10.00 pre-sale only
Child (4-12 Years Old) $8.00 pre-sale only
Box Seat $20.00 pre-sale only

The roar of the engines comes to the Sacramento County Fair on Memorial Day! The heaviest motorsport will delight fans as drivers compete to see who has the strongest machine and who is the best driver! It’s about who can pull the longest distance! Competitors will be pulling between 15,000 – 60,000 pounds!

Tractor pulling is a competitive motor sport in which modified farm tractors, modified tractors or trucks drag a metal sled along a prescribed course. The sled contains a box filled with weight that is mechanically winched forward as the sled progresses along the course. Pulling this ever-increasing load eventually causes the vehicle to lose forward momentum and torque, although a rare few might indeed reach the end of the course, known as a “full pull.” The distance from start to finish is measured in thousandths of an inch and the tractor that pulls the sled the farthest distance is declared the winner.