For Oklahomans who were afraid of missing out on their favorite fair food this year, fear no more.
The Oklahoma State Fair is hosting a fair food to-go event Aug. 20 to 23 at the Oklahoma City Fairgrounds.
“It allows us to survive," Silver Dollar Concessions owner Dan Rowlett said. “It’s not a state fair of course, but it does two things that allows us to continue to make a living, and it allows us even more importantly to continue to serve our public.”
“We'll be following all social distancing protocols,” Scott Munz with the Oklahoma State Fair said. “All of the food items are prepared to go, so there will be no eating on site. You literally come out, you pick your food items up (and) take them back to your car.”
Patrons can expect classic fair food such as corndogs, funnel cakes, roasted corn, turkey legs and cinnamon rolls.
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Vendors will set up in front of the Bennett Event Center, and guests are asked to enter through the main entrance at May Avenue and Gordon Cooper Boulevard.
No tables or benches will be provided. All food will packaged in to-go containers.
All attendees are asked to maintain a social distance of at least six feet from others.