This year’s celebration, themed “Our Legacy, Past and Present,” will feature all of the usual staples and a few new attractions.
Wednesday, July 4 is Southampton Day – a full-on Independence Day celebration - beginning with a parade at 8:30 in the morning and ending late in the evening, after the legendary fireworks bonanza. (The fairgrounds will be closed between 4 p.m. and 6 p.m. in preparation for the fireworks.)
You can stroll around the carnival grounds for free each night, except for Wednesday evening, when a general admission of $3 will be charged to everyone over the age of 3. This fee includes entry to the fair, two concerts and the annual fireworks spectacular.
Parking will be available at Klinger Middle School for $2 per car every night of the fair except for Wednesday, July 4. On the Fourth of July, free bus transportation will be provided from these area locations:
- Southampton Shopping Center
- Hampton Square Shopping Center
- Redwood Shopping Center
- Davisville Church
- Davisville Shopping Center, 808 Street Road
Special arm bands granting unlimited access to carnival rides for the entire week will be available for purchase for $40 at the fair.
Check in with Patch during the week as we post pictures, videos and stories from the fair. Help make our coverage complete by uploading your own Southampton Days memories and comments.
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