WAUSAU, Wis (WSAU) - Get ready for the start of the Wisconsin Valley Fair.
Fair director Maria Budnik says that there's no livestock on the grounds today, but that exhibits are already moving in. “Animals get in and get settled on Wednesday. Animal judging starts on Wednesday as well.” Small animals like rabbits and poultry will be on the grounds.
The midway opens at 4pm with unlimited rides for just 23 dollars.
Fair admission is $9. But there's discount $5 admission for people who arrive before noon or after 9pm. Kids 12 and under are free.
The tonight's mainstage act is Thompson Square, followed by the Oak Ridge Boys on Wednesday night.