You’re going to go to Osceola Heritage Park this coming February for “The Osceola County Fair” — the rides, the animals, and the professional action of the 144th Silver Spurs Rodeo on the fair’s 2nd weekend.

That’s all great … come for that, but this year you’ll want to come for the amazing entertainment!

The upcoming Osceola County Fair will take place February 14-23, 2020. 

Kissimmee Valley Livestock Show GM Larry Barry recently shared an impressive lineup of acts with Positively Osceola’s own Jeff Gerstenlauer.

“It’s already ramping up,” Barry said. “It’s the single-most attended event every year in Osceola County, so we want to put on an awesome community event.”

For the first time at the Osceola County Fair, attendees will witness two extraordinary fireworks shows. Fireworks will take place on February 14th & 15th and will be produced by the Zambell family, known for creating some of the most amazing fireworks displays in the country!

The theme this year is “Celebrate the Red, White and Blue, and the list of performers is a mix of local acts and nationally-known entertainers, including one who fits both bills.

Mandy Harvey overcame losing her hearing to a nerve ailment at age 18 to appear on America’s Got Talent last year (she earned Simon’s “Golden Buzzer”).

The lineup also includes Tallahassee-based country-rock group Tobacco Road, Central Florida’s own folk rock band Slickwood, and blues band Grimes Alley, the Margarita Boys and the magic of illusionists Noah and Heather Wells — Barry himself is a magician and said he had to “sneak them in there”.

A secondary stage will also hold attendees attention with a dog agility training exhibit, a dinosaur exhibit from Jurassic Kingdom, a chainsaw artist making creations from large wood blocks, and a butterfly exhibit.

“It’ll be a lot of firsts for the Fair,” Barry said. 

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