Wenatcheee Youth Circus - the Biggest Little Circus in the World
WENATCHEE YOUTH CIRCUS
World famous as “the Biggest Little Circus in the World!” Over 100 young people and adult coaches comprise this troupe of acrobats, aerialists, jugglers, trapeze artists, wire-walkers, cloud swingers, and comical clowns. Well worth seeing more than once. You’ll never see it all in just one viewing! No animals, just vast amounts of talent and daring. Grab a bite to eat on the food midway before or after you see it!
4 shows every day of the Fair. There are 2 different performances that alternate between show times. 3 shows Sunday only. Last show Sunday is the 90 minute finale.
Fair Office Field - See Fair schedule for show times.
Barrel Full of Monkeys Circus & Variety Show
Barrel Full of Monkeys Circus & Variety Show - Get ready for all that fun circus stuff. It’s hilarious and inspiring family entertainment, presented by Slim and Squeaky. These fast-paced 30 minute shows blend classic circus, vaudeville, and slapstick comedy into a multitude of magical moment and surprises. Genuine fun for all ages. See them twice daily on the Stage South. (See fair guide for show times). Also look for Slim and Squeaky doing a strolling show on the fair midway every afternoon.
Stage South - See Fair schedule for showtimes.
Dazzling Deceptions, Brian Ledbetter Magic Show
DAZZLING DECEPTIONS, Brian Ledbetter Magic Show
Brian is an award-winning magician, voted Star of Tomorrow by the prestigious Society of American Magicians. His presentation combines rapid-fire mystery, with comedy and lots of audience interaction. At some shows you’ll even see a little girl from the audience float in the air!
Midway Stage - See Fair schedule for show times.
Reptile Isle – Donn “The Reptile King” Riggs
REPTILE ISLE returns to the 2019 Southwest Washington Fair with three presentations daily on the North Lawn Stage. It’s you chance to see gators, lizards, and snakes UP CLOSE. Reptile expert Donn Riggs wrangles these cold-blooded critters and educates his audiences at the same time.
It’s a fascinating look inside the world of reptiles, mixed with a message of conservation. This year, after each Reptile Isle presentation, Donn will also bring out his giant tortoises for display. Fair-goers are sure to enjoy watching these amazing creatures motivate around. And watch out when they eat watermelon!
North Lawn Stage - See Fair schedule for showtimes.
Giant Tortoise Exhibit
GIANT TORTOISE EXHIBIT - An extension of the Reptile Isle critter family. The Giant Tortoise Exhibit has 10 giants weighing in at 200+lbs. each. People are mesmerized watching these big tortoises gander about munching grass. Watch what happens when watermelon is on the menu!
Fun Fact - The tortoise likely would not beat the hare, but when strongly motivated these big fellows can hike right along. They have been known to travel 3 or 4 miles in a day on rugged terrain.
North Lawn Corral - See Fair schedule for showtimes.
PARROT AMBASSADORS - Debbie Goodrich and her parrot friends are a new edition to the fair. This is a gentle, friendly animal experience for all ages. Parrots are up-close so you can admire their beauty as well as their entertaining behaviors. Debbie is a real expert in the field of parrots and pet birds. She’ll be happy to answer questions after the show. 3 Shows Daily.
Fun Fact - Parrots can live 60 - 100 years.
Kids Corner - See Fair schedule for showtimes.
Southwest Washington Dance Center IN MOTION
Southwest Washington Dance Center IN MOTION- The Southwest Washington Dance Center brings their first large scale dance revue to the Fair. Each performance features a variety of dance styles from dozens of young performers.
Saloon Stage – Weds. Aug. 14 at 1:00pm & 6:00pm