North Georgia State Fair

As the largest fair in metro Atlanta, the Superior Plumbing North Georgia State Fair returns to the Jim R. Miller Park Sept. 19-29. The fair attracts nearly 300,000 people every year from north Georgia and neighboring states.

The Superior Plumbing North Georgia State Fair features live music, free attractions and shows, farm animals, flower shows, blue ribbon competitions, local entertainment, and delicious fair foods.

There are also games and rides on the Great James H. Drew Exposition midway – one of the largest carnival midways in the United States, featuring the Wildcat Rollercoaster, Georgia Mountain Lift and the Mega Slide.

A covered arena guarantees concerts rain or shine, including appearances by great country and contemporary Christian artists.

Headliners for the Carl Black Kennesaw Concert Series include:

• Jeremy Camp on Friday, Sept. 20;

• Mitchell Tenpenney on Saturday, Sept. 21;

• Lee Brice on Wednesday, Sept. 25;

• Tyler Farr on Thursday, Sept. 26;

• Lanco on Friday, Sept. 27; and

• Caleb Lee Hutchinson (7 p.m.) and Travis Denning (8 p.m.) on Saturday, Sept. 28.

Concerts begin at 8 p.m. (unless noted otherwise) and are free with fair admission. 

New acts in 2019 include K-9’s in Flight, Ninja Experience, King BMX Stunt Show and Sandscapes.

Returning acts in 2019 include, Robinson’s Racing Pigs and Paddling Porkers, Lady Houdini, Eudora Farms Petting Zoo, Brian Ruth “Master of the Chainsaw,” North Georgia Animals Petting Barn, Robocars and Treeman and Cowboy Woody.

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From the September 2019  issue of The Bright Side, Cobb County Georgia’s Newspaper covering Smyrna, Vinings, Mableton, Powder Springs and Austell, GA.