The Alaska State Fair selected a new CEO to run the organization that mounts the event each summer and manages its property in Palmer. Jeff Curtis is moving to Alaska from Oregon, where he had been CEO of the Portland Rose Festival since 2004.
The Alaska State Fair completed the lineup of its AT&T Concert Series for three weekends in August and September. Comedian Nate Bargatze rounds out a slate of a dozen musical acts for just about every taste.
Due to roof damage, the Alaska State Fair is replacing its Sluicebox, with plans to open a new performance venue in time for the next fair in August.
Alaska State Fair organizers announced six acts spanning three weekends, ranging from Christian pop, pop-country, and country-rock to folk-rock, folk-punk, and heavy metal.
The concert series for the 2022 Alaska State Fair now includes singers Chayce Beckham and Lauren Daigle, ventriloquist Darci Lynne, and dancehall reggae giants Shaggy and Common Kings.
The first seven acts announced for the 2022 AT&T Concert Series are CAAMP, Chris Janson, Blue Öyster Cult, TobyMac, Rise Against, Brothers Osborne, and Barenaked Ladies.
A new wintertime attraction gives visitors a reason to head to Palmer. An Ice Maze is now open at the Alaska State Fair, Wednesdays through Sundays, weather permitting.
The Alaska State Fair in Palmer is preparing its first ice maze as a wintertime attraction, from December through March, and aiming to break the world record for size.
The owners and operators of Chugach Farm grow nutrient-dense food through sustainable and regenerative methods with a focus on living self-sufficiently.
The Alaska State Fair announced the first two acts in the 2020 AT&T Concert Series: traditional country singer Jon Pardi on August 29 and the genre-crossing, multilingual orchestra Pink Martini on September 3.