You know it's true, a major portion of the fair experience is the food so if you were truly heartbroken that this years tasty treats were a bust because the Central Washington State Fair has been cancelled, you're good. We're all good because it's going down for real and you don't even need to get out of your vehicle!

State Fair Park has announced that the 2020 Fair Food Fest will be taking place September 17th - September 20th 2020 with the entrance starting at Gate 15 (near the Pippins Stadium) with gates opening one hour before the event begins each day.

Entrance to the event is FREE!

The schedule goes a little some thing like this.

Thursday September 17th 2020 4 pm - 8 pm

Friday September 18th 2020 12 pm - 8 pm

Saturday September 19th 2020 12 pm - 8 pm

Sunday September 20th 2020 12 pm - 6 pm

Once inside you are asked to please stay in your vehicle and follow the line as it will kind of branch out like a tree so you'll get a chance to hit up all your favorites right from your car.

I'm sure you have questions so here's what the deal is.

There is no pre-ordering before the event or walk-up ordering. You have almost two months to figure out what vehicle you will be using to get your booty to the fair food fun.

There will be an option to use cash, debit or credit cards for payment.

Please stay in your vehicle thru-ought the entire experience. Due to the safety of everyone involved there will not be place for you to get out of your car to eat so maybe planning a backyard picnic is in order.

Please plan ahead, you will be in the car for a while and as of right now it is unknown if the restrooms will be open to the public.

Based off of the safety of everyone even if you have a bicycle and would like to ride it through the event,that is not an option.

Now to the good stuff. What food will be at 2020 Fair Food Fest?

  1. Funnel Cakes
  2. Hawaiian Teriyaki
  3. Popcorn
  4. Younglife
  5. Elephant Ear's
  6. Daniel's Tacos
  7. Beverage Station
  8. Firehouse Kitchen

The prices of each item are listed on the State Fair Park website which is perfect for planning so I guess the next question is