Frequently Asked Questions

Q. What are fair hours and pricing?

Click here for information on hours and pricing.

Q. Where can I get advance tickets?

You can get advance tickets here. Or click on the Buy Tickets found on bottom of each page. Discounted Advance Tickets are also available at Ted’s IGA in Hebron, CT.

Q. Where can I get POP (Pay One Price) Ride Wristbands?

Buy POP Wristbands Here

Q. How do I rent space to sell or promote my product?

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 Q. Do you accept credit cards or have an ATM on the grounds?

We do accept credit cards at our admission gates (Visa/Mastercard/Discover/American Express). Some of our vendors may accept them as well, so check with them accordingly. We also have 3 ATMs on the grounds for your convenience.

 Q. How do I submit an entry into one of the Arts & Crafts contests?

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Q. How do I submit an entry into one of the Animal Barns to show?.

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Q. Do you have military discounts?

Yes, we offer free admission to active military members with active military ID. (*Must be active duty).

Q. Do you have handicapped parking?

Yes, we have a newly enlarged handicapped parking area. Just ask the parking attendants once you are in the parking lots and past the parking collections, they will be happy to point you in the right direction.

Q. Do you have motorcycle parking?

Yes, we have a large area reserved for motorcycles only. Be sure that you enter thru Gate A on the fairgrounds from Route 85, and not through Gate B.

Q: May I bring alcohol to the fair?

No alcoholic beverages are allowed to be brought into the fairgrounds.

Q: Are pets allowed?

No pets are allowed in parking lots or on the fairgrounds.

Q: Can anyone go to the fair?

The Fair management shall have the right to refuse entry to any person or reject any entry which they believe not to be in the best interest of the Hebron Harvest Fair or if it deems advisable, for health standards.

Q: What about safety and theft?

Police and Fire protection will be provided. The Hebron Lions Agricultural Society Inc., will not be responsible for cars or personal property left with the cars.

The Hebron Lions Agricultural Society Inc., will not be held responsible for the loss or damage of any article or animal exhibited at the fair. Due care and caution will be exercised to prevent loss or damage.

The Hebron Lions Agricultural Society Inc., will not be responsible for exhibits or property left after 8:00 p.m. on Sunday, September 9, 2018.

Q: When should booths and displays be set up?

All booths and displays must be on the fairgrounds by noon on Thursday, September 5, 2019 and remain open until the close of the fair on Sunday, September 8, 2019 at 8 pm.

Q: Can I stay overnight with my exhibit?

Only persons authorized to tend their exhibits, and night security, will be allowed to remain on the fairgrounds overnight. All others must leave the grounds at the conclusion of each day’s activities. Special passes for permission to stay overnight with animals can be obtained from the Superintendent of Animal Exhibits.

Q: May I bring an amplifier onto the fairgrounds?

An amplifying system will be in use on the grounds all four days of the fair. No other amplifiers are to be used unless approved by the General Manager.

Q: Is anyone allowed to speak to judges while exhibits are being judged?

No exhibitor or spectator will be allowed to interfere with judges while exhibits are being judged.

Q: Are judges allowed to win prizes?

No judge shall be eligible for prizes in any class where he will serve as judge.

Q: What are the rules for concessionaires?

Concessionaires must comply with the laws of the State of Connecticut regarding gambling and immoral shows and must not change their line of business or sublet without consent of the Concession Manager. Concessionaires must pay the full amount of their Licensed Sales Agreement before setting up and conducting business.

Q: What rules must be followed for animals entered in the fair?

All rules covered by the Department of Agriculture Regulations will apply to animals entered in the fair.

Q: How are animals brought into the fairgrounds?

All vehicles carrying animals, including rabbits and goats, must enter gate No 14. If you have other activities at the fairgrounds, the animals must be delivered first.

Q: Do pulling contestants need to pay admission?

All pulling contestants must pay when entering the fair. Tickets will be rebated when entering the first contest from Superintendent of Pulls.

Q: Do concessionaires, booth rentals, judges and entertainers receive Complimentary Tickets?

Concessionaires, booth rentals, judges and entertainers shall receive their allotted Complimentary Tickets before the fair. These must be presented at the gate all fair days in order to be admitted to the grounds. All other persons working in concession booths must have a ticket to get in a gate, or they will need to purchase one.

Q: What is needed on every Entry Form?

The last four digits of your social security number and signature must be on each Entry Form. Click here for more information