One could argue it's the most popular event in the state. In fact, it may not even be close.
More than 835,000 people went to last year's Oklahoma State Fair, and that was during a time where bad weather affected attendance. The year before, about 915,000 attended.
The fair, to be held Sept. 16-26 this year, features music acts, livestock competitions, a rodeo, carnival rides and a whole lot of food that keeps packing people in to the tune of nearly a million visitors a year.
Bulls, concerts and more
One of the bigger events at the fair will be the Xtreme Bulls Tour rodeo, which will feature top bull riders Sept. 24-25.
Concerts coinciding with the rodeo include Josh Turner on Sept. 24 and Jake Owen on Sept. 25.
Speaking of music, many other concerts will be held during the fair. Acts include Grand Funk Railroad, Candy Coburn, The Marshall Tucker Band and MC Hammer, among others.
Daily music acts from local artists will also be held at various venues at State Fair Park.
Disney on Ice
Another major attraction is Disney on Ice, which will perform "Let's Celebrate" this year. The performance will focus on holiday celebrations held around the world and will have appearances by Disney characters from several movies, including newer characters from "The Princess and the Frog."
Performances will be held Sept. 16-21.
Professional wrestling will make an appearance at the fair, with TNA Live Wrestling being held Sept. 23. The event starts at 7:30 p.m.
Walking State Fair Park
While bigger events headline the fair's activities, many people come to the fair just to enjoy the scene.
Vendors will be selling traditional fair foods like corn dogs, funnel cakes and Indian tacos, while much of the fair park will have numerous carnival rides and games.
Several venues at State Fair Park will feature live performances, demonstrations, stunt shows and more.
No fair would be complete with the annual livestock shows and competitions. FFA and 4-H members will show off their livestock, while horse riders will compete in skills demonstrations.
Crafts competitions will also be held, and local winemakers will put their wares on display for judges.
The Oklahoma State Fair is at State Fair Park, which is located at NW 10 and May Ave., just northeast of the Interstate 40 and Interstate 44 junction.