Nothing says summer like the Mississippi Valley Fair!  August 3-8 the MVF is back with all the rides, food and music you've come to expect.  Now is the time to get in on all the music as the Mississippi Valley Fair Fun Cards are on sale now.  For a limited time, until June 30th, Fun Cards are just $75! After that, Fun Cards will be on sale for $90.

Celebrating 101 years of bringing fun to the Quad Cities, the Mississippi Valley Fair draws hundreds of thousands of people from every community near the Quad Cities, and people that make a long drive to take part in the fair.  Kids young old can enjoy a day at the fair, or the entire week with a MVF Fun Card.

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We want to hook you up with a pair of Fun Cards!  Register below today.

*Contest ends July 29 at 11:55am.
*Winner receives 2 (two) MVF Fun Cards

This year the Mississippi Valley Fair will feature 6 award winning, top selling acts.
August 3 - Jason Aldean
August 4 - Locash
August 5 - Shinedown
August 6 - Old Dominion
August 7 - Pitbull
August 8 - Craig Morgan

  • No individual tickets will be sold for the Grandstand Events
  • Good for one entrance per day to the fairgrounds
  • Good for one entrance per day to all 2021 Grandstand Acts
  • Ticket is punched when you enter the fairgrounds and when you enter the Grandstand
  • A Fun Card is required to enter the Grandstand
  • All seats are general admission – first come / first serve

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