POMONA, Calif. -- The Los Angeles County Fair is one of the oldest, largest fairs in the country. It offers a carnival with midway game booths and all the latest extreme thrill rides, plus vendors with every kind of food, displays, concerts, entertainment, petting zoos, and shops.
"There's nothing like the L.A. County Fair," said Walter Marquez, CEO of the Fairplex in Pomona, where the fair is held each year. "We just get to bring people together. They get to enjoy rides, enjoy great food, make memories and have fun. That's what the L.A. County Fair is all about."
This year, exhibitions include a lowrider car display, activities showcasing the work of L.A. County Fire Forestry, and a photography show by the L.A. County Museum of Art.
"This is the first year. One of many we think that we'll be partnering with the fair," said Eve Schillo, Associate Curator of Photography at LACMA. "It's a perfect setting in my opinion."
More information at: https://fairplex.com/