62nd Annual Kiwanis
Ogeechee Fair
October 14-19, 2024

* Please purchase advanced admission tickets below!

Join us at the
Annual parade
Monday, October 16th • 5 PM
In Downtown Statesboro
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The 2024 62nd Annual Kiwanis
Ogeechee Fair is October 14-19, 2024!


A little about us

The Kiwanis Ogeechee Fair is an annual agricultural fair hosted by the Kiwanis Club of Statesboro. The purpose of the fair is to bring a fun filled event to the seven-county area surrounding Bulloch County while raising money to give back to the communities that the fair serves. The fair brings carnival rides and midway games together with local food vendors, local business booths, live entertainment and agricultural history as well as livestock shows. 2023 will mark the 61st Annual Kiwanis Ogeechee Fair. Our current club members and the community at large owe a tremendous debt of gratitude to the Kiwanians that came before us, in developing and nurturing this great fund-raiser over the past six decades.

Thank You to our 2023 Sponsors

AgriSupply | Bruce, Mathews & Lavoie | Bulloch First Bank | Chick-Fil-A | Colony Bank | Core Credit Union | Dabbs, Hickman, Hill & Cannon | Durden’s Sales & Service | Ellis Farm Fresh Meats | Georgia Power | Grice Connect |  Howard Lumber | JC Lewis Ford | Mad Potter |             McCook’s Pharmacy | McKeithen’s TrueValue | MHC Carrier Transicold | Mike’s Meats | Ocean Galley | R&S Packing | Renasant Bank |        Statesboro Golf Carts | Thompson Gas | Turner Family Trust | Y-Delta


Advanced Admission tickets will be sold online! Check back here for more information. Follow us on Facebook and Instagram for announcements regarding ticket sales.
Prices are: $8 Advanced Online; $10 at the Gate;
Children 5 and under get in FREE

Hours of Operation

Monday: 6 PM- 12 AM
Tuesday: 4 PM- 12 AM
Wednesday: 4 PM-12 AM
Thursday: 4 PM- 12 AM
Friday: 4 PM- 1 AM
Saturday: 12:00 PM- 12 AM
*Ticket Windows will close at 10PM Monday-Thursday & Saturday; Ticket window closing at 11:00PM Friday.

**Amusements of America has discretion over midway hours.**

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