Health & Safety Guidelines for the 2021 Interstate Fair

The Spokane County Interstate Fair is putting your health and safety first. Through our diligent cleaning and sanitation practices, our team is striving to maintain a clean and safe environment. 

Please reference the following FAQs to help plan your visit to the Spokane County Fair. Please understand these are updated based on current mandates and guidelines. We will continue to monitor public health situations and guidelines, in order to make decisions based on guidance from our community partners and health agencies.

Effective Sept. 13th, Washington has updated its indoor/outdoor mask mandate.  

We thank you for doing your part and masking up for the Fair! It is crucial we adhere to this, for us to open our gates – and remain open. We are looking forward to seeing you at the Fair, September 10-19, 2021.

We also understand if 2021 is not the year for you to join the Fair Fun! We look forward to welcoming you back in 2022.

  1. Will I have to wear a mask to enter The Fair?
  2. What if I don’t have a mask or forget to bring one?
  3. What if I have a facial covering medical exemption?
  4. Will I have to share my vaccine status?
  5. At what age are masks required?
  6. Do I have to wear a mask to a Grandstand concert or rodeo performance?
  7. Do I have to share my vaccination status to attend a Grandstand concert or rodeo performance?
  8. Will I be required to wear a mask to go on rides?
  9. What if I want a refund on my gate admission or concert ticket because I feel uncomfortable attending?
  10. What if I want a refund because I don’t want to wear a mask?
  11. Are hand-washing locations easily accessible?
  12. How are the rides being cleaned?
  13. What other safety measures is The Fair taking?

By State mandate, guests will be required to wear masks throughout the Fairgrounds, both indoor and outdoor.