Warren County Farmers' Fair, featuring the Hot Air Balloon Festival

Warren County Farmers' Fair, featuring the Hot Air Balloon Festival

Jul 26, 2021 — Aug 7, 2021
Warren County Farmers' Fairgrounds
1350 Strykers Rd., Phillipsburg, NJ 08865
Dates & Times
Jul 26: 3:00pm — 10:00pmJul 27: 3:00pm — 10:00pmJul 28: 3:00pm — 10:00pmJul 29: 3:00pm — 10:00pmJul 30: 3:00pm — 10:00pmJul 31: 12:00pm — 10:00pmAug 1: 12:00pm — 10:00pmAug 2: 3:00pm — 10:00pmAug 3: 3:00pm — 10:00pmAug 4: 3:00pm — 10:00pmAug 5: 3:00pm — 10:00pmAug 6: 3:00pm — 10:00pmAug 7: 12:00pm — 10:00pm
908-859-6563 Phillipsburg

Event Description

New to the Warren County Farmers’ Fair? In addition to reasonable admission rates, free parking, a free children’s activity area and affordable food, the Fair also incorporates a Hot Air Balloon Festival with mass launches, every evening at 6:30 pm (weather permitting).

This year's festival, kicks off on Saturday with a Wrestling Clinic sponsored by the Warren Hills Wrestling Club. In the Main Arena we welcome back Rafter Z Rodeo, with bull riding, barrel racing and horse racing. Other events include a new Jackpot Open Sheep and Goat show, truck show, band and more.

On Sunday the traditional Open English & Western Pleasure Horse Show starts, rain or shine in the horse ring.

Enjoy a series of free concert and entertainment at the Fair. Check out the schedule online as we continue to add more entertainment.

The Home & Garden Building exhibit entries of the gardeners’ vegetables, herbs, fruits and sunflowers. Both youth and adult entries are on display of handwork, arts & crafts, and photography. The Baking contest will be held on Saturday.

Enter one of the car shows, sponsored by various non-profit organizations. Come out and support their efforts if you own an antique, a classic or a custom car. Or maybe your wheels are a truck, motorcycle or an antique John Deere or International.

For the thrill-seekers, the Main Arena events include Truck Pulls, Tractor Pulls and Demolition Derbies, in addition to the Rodeo. The south end of the fairgrounds is dedicated to young children and tweens.