The yearly 2021 Antelope Valley Fair and Alfalfa Festival will be delayed until 2022, coordinators reported.
Southern California amusement parks are allowed to resume starting April 1 since the district is in the red level of California’s Covid re-opening framework, yet the refreshed rules do exclude large-scale event settings like the fair, which is held at the Antelope Valley Fairgrounds.
The fair generally happens in late August and requires logistical wanting to start a year ahead of time, coordinators said.
“With no solid commitment from the state or Los Angeles County on opening up large-scale participation events, having the option to have a ten-day fair with a likely every day participation of 20,000 individuals on some random day by August, the choice to delay the 2021 Fair and to zero in fair anticipating the 2022 event is the lone decision as of now,” they said in an articulation gave Friday.
Notwithstanding, the AV Fair and Event Center staff are arranging a “Barntober Fest,” which will incorporate “family-friendly traditions of gathering, fabulous fair food, notorious carnival rides, select exhibits, and that’s only the tip of the iceberg.”
The ten-day Barntober Fest will run from October 8-17. Further subtleties will be reported soon.