A few new twists plus some curves and loops will accompany traditional trappings at the Washington State Fair in September.
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The Washington State Fair, formerly called the Puyallup Fair, continues its rebranding efforts and has begun dismantling one of its iconic symbols at the Gold Gate.
The Washington State Fair announced this month it will get a new permanent roller coaster at the fairgrounds. The looping inversion coaster will debut at the annual event, which runs Sept. 6-22.
The Washington State Fair continues its rebranding efforts, and will begin the dismantling of one of its iconic symbols at the Gold Gate.
Australian marsupials and tiny tots brightened a soggy second day at the Spring Fair in Puyallup on Friday.
A new looping inversion coaster is set to debut at the Washington State Fair in September and the public is commissioned to come up with its moniker.
Kid Rock will wrap up the Washington State Fairs two-week long concert series on Sept. 22, according to a news release from the fairs public relations counsel Karen LaFlamme.
This years Puyallup Fair drew 1,117,323 people over its 2 ½ week run, beating last years total crowd count by 58,141 people.
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