With the Elkhart County 4-H Fair fast approaching the July 22nd start date, the fair is announcing more “Fun At Every Turn” at our Entertainment Centers and Heritage Park.
Every day of the Fair, fair guests can find spectacular family-friendly shows at our three entertainment centers.
The Jayco Family Fun Center will have an Aquatic Acrobatic Show daily at 3 pm, 6 pm, and 8 pm. This show features acrobatic and aerial stunts, springboard maneuvers and even live mermaids in a ring of water.
The Hollyhock Entertainment Center will send fair guests back in time with the Jurassic Kingdom Lockdown show.
Fair goers can learn about various fossils that introduce a herd of dinosaurs. Dinosaurs of different
shapes and sizes will perform at 2 pm, 5 pm, and 7 pm each day. The Birdman and his wide array of high-flying birds will have performances at 12 pm, 2 pm, and 6 pm daily at the Everence Family Entertainment Center. This show features live Condors, Macaws, Hornbills, Cassowary, Cranes and even a comical Pelican.
Entertainment in Heritage Park
The Heritage Park Stage has a great line up of entertainers this year. Kicking off the fair on July 22nd will be Crush the Ultimate Bon Jovi Experience. Doug Sheppard and his band’s uncanny resemblance in look and sound to the 80’s rock legend is sure to be a great show.
Hometown Heroes Day on Saturday, July 23rd will honor local veterans and first responder heroes with events throughout the day in the Park. The Elkhart City Fire Department will be performing a demonstration at 9 am. Various recognition ceremonies will be held throughout the day including a Veterans Pinning and Quilts of Valor Presentation.
Sunday, July 24th will feature gospel music on the Park Stage. The Redeemed Quartet will be performing at 3 pm and 6 pm. This group consists of two sets of brothers who began their gospel music career in the hills of southern Indiana when they were teenagers. Fair guests will also be entertained by Jeffery A. Roberts at 2 pm and 4 pm.
The popular Princess Party returns at 7 pm on Monday, July 25th. Experience a special evening of song and dance with the Frozen Sisters, the Family Miracle and The Little Mermaid. After the party, photo opportunities will be available with the princesses.
Tuesday, July 26th, and Wednesday, July 27th, will feature the area’s most promising young talent with the Youth Talent Shows. The Junior Competition takes place on Tuesday at 6 pm while the Senior Showcase will be held on Wednesday also at 6 pm.
Starting Wednesday, July 27th, meet your favorite Marvel characters and get your photo taken in Heritage Park at 2 pm, 4 pm, 6 pm, and 8 pm. Spider-Man will be at the fair on July 27th followed by Iron Man on July 28th. On July 29th Black Panther will be prowling the fairgrounds and Thor will blast in on July 30th.
The Elkhart County 4-H Fair is thrilled to announce one of the biggest highlights of the entire fair week. Girl Named Tom will be taking the stage at 7:30 pm Thursday, July 28th. This is undoubtedly one of the biggest acts to ever perform on our Heritage Park Stage. The blended voices and harmonies of the sibling trio Bekah, Joshua, and Caleb Liechty formulate the group, Girl Named Tom. They are the first group to ever win NBC’s “The Voice.” Don’t miss out on this once in a lifetime performance.
Friday, July 29th, Noche Latina is back for a fun evening of dancing, music and fun family entertainment. LaRaza Radio brings fair guests a spectacular night at the Park Stage starting at 6 pm.
Finally wrap up fair week in Heritage Park with a family movie night on Saturday, July 30th. Clifford the Big Red Dog will be playing on the Park Stage big screen at 7 pm. Fair guests can enjoy a family-friendly movie while grabbing their last bit of fair food.
The Elkhart County 4-H Fair Board has worked relentlessly to provide “Fun At Every Turn” during the 2022 Elkhart County 4-H Fair. Visit 4hfair.org for more updates and information.