The summer of 2023 is here, and so are the fairs!

Who wants a doughboy?

While the weather hasn’t been the greatest so far this summer, there is still plenty to do here in the State of Maine. From food festivals, to concerts, not many days pass this time of year without something fun to do.

Fair season is well underway, but there are a ton still to come in the coming months of 2023.

The folks at have released the scheduled dates for the 2023 State Fair season, including the iconic Bangor State Fair, which cranks things up from August 3-August 6, and the Blue Hill Fair, August 31st-September 4th.

The thought of going on rides, playing games, and enjoying French fries with vinegar on a hot summer day, sounds pretty good huh? Well, there are plenty of options from all across the state for you to check out,

For all things fair-related, you can check out the Maine Fairs website.

The 2023 Maine Fair Schedule

Waterford World's Fair
2023 July 14-16

Pittston Fair
2023 July 20-23

Union Fair
2023 July 26-30

Bangor State Fair
2023 August 3-6

Northern Maine Fair
2023 August 3-6

Topsham Fair
2023 August 9-13

Skowhegan State Fair
2023 August 10-19

Acton Fair
2023 August 26-29

Piscataquis Valley Fair
2023 August 24-27

Washington County Fair
2023 August 26-27

Windsor Fair
2023 August 27-September 4

Blue Hill Fair
2023 August 31-September 4

Harmony Free Fair
2023 September 1-4

Springfield Fair
2023 September 1-4

Clinton Lions Agricultural Fair
2023 September 7-10

Litchfield Fair
2023 September 8-10

Oxford Fair
2023 September 13-16

New Portland Lions Fair
2023 September 15-17

Farmington Fair
2023 September 17-23

Common Ground Country Fair
2023 September 21-24

Cumberland Fair
2023 September 24-30

Fryeburg Fair
2023 October 1-8

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