Funtime Carnival & Pay One Price "POP" Tickets
Get ready, folks - a new carnival is coming to Shelby for the Marias Fair! Funtime Carnival will be bringing 10-12 rides, along with games and food booths. Pay-One-Price "POP" tickets are $18 each and must be purchased in advance. Exchange each POP ticket for one unlimited-ride wristband at the Carnival Ticket Booth. One coupon per person per day. Prices at Ticket Box will not be the same.
Available for purchase through Thursday, July 19. CASH or CHECK ONLY.
Pay-One-Price "POP" Tickets are available for purchase at these local businesses:
- Stockman Bank in Conrad
- Stockman Bank in Cut Bank
- Hi Line Hardware in Chester (NOTE: The original location was Front Porch Floral, but has since changed)
- Fieldstone Office Supply in Shelby
- DeVoe's Building Center in Valier
POP tickets are also available at the Marias Fair Office.
Admission & Season Passes
Exhibits, Vendors, Midway: Free Admission
Individual Grandstand Events: Admission is $20 for Adults, $10 for Students and Seniors. Over 80 and under 8 are free.
Season Passes: $60 for Adults, $30 for Students and Seniors.
Season Passes are good for all Grandstand Events and may be purchased at the Marias Fair Office at the Fairgrounds.
**Sunday is Veterans Day. Show your Veterans Card and get in FREE.
Noteworthy News about the 2015 Marias Fair
Special Guests at the Rodeo: Miss Rodeo Montana, Hanna Heckman, will start the opening ceremonies on Friday evening. Trick Riders Niki Flundra and 5 year old Piper Yule will be performing their show "Unbridled" on Saturday evening.
Mutton Busting at the Rodeo: All the young cowboys & cowgirls will have a chance to ride professional bucking sheep this year, courtesy of our local Zane–the-Z-Man–Drishinski. (Who, by the way, is our clown at the Rodeo both nights!) Information on how to participate.
Special Announcement: The Marias Fair has a new Manager!
Welcome aboard Shannon!
Shannon (Ireland) Brown is from Gillette, Wyoming. She has an associates degree in Paralegal Sciences. She moved to Whitlash MT in January, after she graduated college in December. She applied for the fair manager position in order to play a part in getting the fair organized and become a part of the community. Her main goal for the fair is to help it grow and succeed. Shannon has many ideas to help the fair succeed year after year.
Pictured is Shannon Brown, with her husband Jack.