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Have any further questions?
Feel free to contact us Monday through Friday between the hours of 9am and 4pm. We are here to help.

Phone: (707) 942-5111


What are the hours the fair is open?

Monday, July 4
12:00 - 11:00 PM

What time does the parade start?

11:00 AM in downtown Calistoga


How much does it cost to go to the fair?

Admission includes UNLIMITED access to EVERYTHING

General Admission (ages 13 & over): $20
Youth (ages 6-12): $15
Child (ages 5 & under): Free
Premium Access: $10 upgrade - skip the lines at rides and attractions. Limited to first 500 sold.

All proceeds help to fund next year's parade & fireworks.

Where can I buy tickets?

You can buy tickets through our website by clicking "Tickets" at the top of this page.


Where do I park?

Official fair parking is located off the N Oak Street Entrance.

Does it cost anything to park?

Yes. Parking is $6 per car.

All proceeds help to fund next year's parade & fireworks.

Age Restrictions

Are there ID requirements or an age limit to events?

All events are open to all ages, except the New Year's Eve Bash! It is a 21 & over event only.

Height Restrictions

Are there height restrictions on any of the rides or attractions?

There can be. As we get closer to the Fair & Fireworks and get confirmation of the rides you can expect, we'll update this answer with specific height restrictions for any rides requiring it.

Food & Beverage

Are there restrictions to bringing in food or beverage?

Due to liquor licensing restrictions, alcohol of any kind may not be brought into our events.

Non-alcoholic beverages, such as water and juice, may be brought in for personal consumption.

We have several local businesses and non-profit organizations selling food and beverages as fundraisers for their programs. Please consider supporting them when you visit.


Are pets allowed?

For the safety of all visitors to the Napa County Fairgrounds, people and animals alike, pets are not allowed.

What about service animals?

Yes, bona fide, trained service animals are allowed.

Code of Conduct

What is the Code of Conduct?

Napa County Fair & Fireworks offers a comfortable, safe, and enjoyable experience for all of our guests. Shirt and shoes are required. Obscene or family-offensive language on clothing is not permitted. As such, the following items are not permitted on the fairgrounds:
- outside alcohol
- sharp objects including box cutters, pocket knives, scissors, nail files, etc.
- weapons
- bicycles, skateboards, roller blades, or scooters
- fireworks, horns, noisemakers
- animals or pets, except service dogs
- drugs or illegal substances of any kind
In order to ensure the safety and security of every guest and staff, any person entering the Napa County Fairgrounds will be subject to a search of their person and property upon entry. Proceeding past this point indicates your voluntary consent to be searched. Any persons refusing to submit to search may be denied access to the Fairgrounds. Obviously intoxicated persons will not be allowed entry.
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