LA County Fair FAQs

For additional information about the LA County Fair, visit our website at

Q: What promotions are you offering at LACF?
We have several on going promotions throughout the Fair. You can view all of our deals on LA County Fair’s Special Offers pageClick here to go straight to our ticketing page.

Q: When does the 2017 LA County Fair open?
We are open Friday, Sept. 1 – Sunday, Sept. 24, 2017. We are closed every Monday and Tuesday for the duration of the Fair, not including Labor Day Monday. We will be open Wednesdays – Sundays for the duration of September.

Q: What are your operating hours?
Our hours are available on our General Info page.

Q: Is LA County Fair admission included when we purchase concert tickets?

Q: Do you give out free concert tickets?
A limited number of general admission concert tickets are available the day of the show, beginning at 2 p.m. at the ticket booth on Rose Ave. Tickets are given away on a first come, first serve basis.

Q: Can I bring wagons and coolers into LACF?
Patrons are allowed to bring single wagons; no attached wagon trains are permissible on Fairplex property, any attached cooler compartment cannot exceed 12” x 18”.

Q: Do you rent out wheelchairs and strollers?
We offer a variety of mobile transportation options. Please visit our website for pricing.

Q: Are pets allowed into the LA County Fair?
Bringing pets on Fairplex grounds is not allowed, with the exception of service animals.

Q: What are the RCS ride requirements?
You must be 36″ or taller to ride any of our carnival attractions. Some rides have additional height restrictions.

Q: What are the restrictions on season passes?
Season passes are valid during all operating hours of the LA County Fair. Season passes are non-transferable and may only be used by the person whose name is on the pass. Additional restrictions and information on season passes are available on our ticket page.

Q: Can I bring alcohol or other beverages into the LA County Fair?
Bringing alcoholic beverages, narcotics or any illegal substances onto LA County Fair property is strictly prohibited.

Q: Do you have Guest Relations staff at LA County Fair if I need help?
LA County Fair personnel are available on site for public assistance:
Blue Gate entrance (Palm St.)
Yellow Gate entrance (Magnolia St.)
Green Gate entrance (near Toyota display)
Contact at for additional questions you may have.

Q: Do you have a Lost and Found?
Yes. Our Lost and Found is located in the Security building on the north side of the Grandstand by Yellow Gate.

363 thoughts on “LA County Fair FAQs

  1. Is the motorcycle parking limited to a specific area? Is there a motorcycle specific parking area for Gate 9, is really the specific question I have.

  2. First year we taking my mother in law,she’s insulin dependent. Is it going to be a problem with her diabetic supplies,like insulin,syringes, glucose check machine?

  3. If I just want to get in line for free concert tickets, would I have to pay to get into the fair? Or is the ticket booth located outside of the fair?

  4. It says no outside food allowed then it says yes outside food allowed as long as not in glass containers. So is outside food allowed if in plastic Containers & is water & soda or gatorade allowed?

  5. Hi,

    I prefer not using plastic water bottles since it is not eco-friendly and wanted to reiterate this issue. I find it a little shocking considering even amusement parks and the TSA allow metal water bottles. I hope to see a change for next year’s fair.

  6. Hi Vivian, Thank you again for your feedback regarding our bottle policy. We will share your comments with our team.

  7. Yes, food is allowed as long as it isn’t stored in glass, metal or hard plastic containers. Water is allowed as long as it is inside a factory-sealed plastic bottle.

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