Officials with The Tulsa State Fair announced on Tuesday, August 11th that the fair will be canceled because of concerns related to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Officials said this will impact the Midway portion of the fair. Other possible options are still being considered for the livestock and Made In Oklahoma portions of the fair.
County Officials said after working on modified plans and then talking and meeting with health officials, they decided the best way to keep people safe was to cancel the fair this year.
County Commissioner Karen Keith said they will be working on a modified plan to allow the youth livestock show, which is not open to the public.
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This cancellation comes after multiple state fairs in the U.S. were also canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic, which includes the Oklahoma State Fair and the State Fair of Texas.
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The Oklahoma State Fair was canceled on June 26th. However, officials said they will host a Fair Food To-Go Event Aug. 20 to 23 at the Oklahoma City Fairgrounds.
The State Fair of Texas was cancelled on July 7th, and it said if football is being played in the fall, the schools will be playing in the Cotton Bowl as scheduled, despite the cancellation of the 2020 state fair.
The Tulsa State Fair was scheduled to run October 1st through 11th.
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