Fairgrounds Festival 2024

After a very successful launch in 2023, The Norfolk County Fairgrounds Festival will feature live local musical acts, food trucks, local beer and wine gardens, interactive games, and two evenings of EPIC Party on the Track Rock Concerts featuring large scale Headline National Artists in an immersive festival setting, as part of Amplify Norfolk initiative. 

Friday June 14th
Sam Roberts Band
Saturday June 15th
Theory of a Deadman
Saint Asonia

VIP (19+)

VIP Section, Licensed, includes – elevated bar selection (including spirits available for purchase), exclusive viewing area with increased spacing, some seating, dedicated bar service and restrooms for section.

Event grounds (beverage gardens, food trucks, games, live music at Pre-Concert Party) open at 4pm

VIP Section opens at 6:30pm

Free parking

Must be 19 years of age or older to enter VIP Area


General Admission, Licensed, standing room, some stand-up tables.

Event grounds (Food Trucks, Beverage Gardens, Concert Pre-Party) open at 4pm

Trackside opens at 6:30pm

Free parking

Must be 19 years of age or older to enter Party on the Track Area


GRANDSTAND (Section A&B – all ages/ Section C,D&E 19+)

Reserved Grandstand Seat. Section C, D&E Liscenced.

Event grounds (Food Trucks, Beverage Gardens, Concert Pre-Party) open at 4pm

Grandstand opens at 6pmFree parking

Must be 19 years of age or older in Section C/D/E/
All Ages admitted in Section A/B

2-DAY FESTIVAL PASS PRICE (Includes BOTH Friday AND Saturday)




SINGLE DAY TICKET PRICE – FRIDAY June 14 (54.40, Sam Roberts Band)




SINGLE DAY TICKET PRICE – SATURDAY June 15 (Saint Asonia, Theory of a Deadman)





Friday June 14
6:45pm – By Divine Right
7:30pm – 54-40
9:00pm – Sam Roberts Band

Saturday June 15
6:45pm – the Wild High
7:30pm – Saint Asonia
9:00pm – Theory of a Deadman

Drink Local Beverage Garden Stage

Live local entertainment on the Concert Pre-Party Drink Local Stage.

Friday June 14
4:00pm – Jesse Murphy Band
5:45pm  – The Treeline

Saturday June 15
4:00pm – Felicia McMinn
5:45pm  – Stellar Ash

Alcohol Vendors

  • Meuse Brewing Company
  • Wishbone Brewing Company
  • Concession Road Brewing Company
  • Hometown Brew Co
  • Hounds of Erie Winery
  • Inasphere Winery
  • Pure Spirits Distillery

Food Vendors

  • B&H Dairy’s
  • Basement Kitchen
  • Belching Barista
  • Bryan’s Dixie Dogs
  • Bubba’s Butterfly Chips
  • Canadian Hot Dog Inc.
  • Cheesecake on the Go
  • Cheese Headz
  • D & L Village Juicery
  • Dolly’s Sandwiches
  • Forkin’ Perogy
  • Lemon Heaven
  • Philthy Philly’s
  • P’za Pie (West end of Building 4, permanent location!)
  • Olde Tyme Kettle Kitchen
  • Simcoe Lions Club
  • The Dipped Dessert Club
  • Village Restaurant and Pizzeria

For more information about the 2024 Norfolk Night Market – Summer Edition, that will take place the weekend preceding the Fairgrounds Festival, please click here. www.norfolknightmarket.com


Norfolk County is a rural municipality in South western Ontario, approx 45 minutes from Hamilton. Nicknamed ‘Ontario’s Garden’ Norfolk County is nestled on the shores of Lake Erie, including the beaches of Port Dover, Turkey Point and Long Point on its long list of attractions. Boasting a vibrant and rapidly growing craft beer, wine and cider scene, and blossoming with arts and culture, Norfolk also offer numerous agri-tourism destinations – and so many unique offerings ONLY found in Norfolk County.

Close to home. Far from ordinary.

Where else can you explore a Unesco World Biosphere Reserve? Or discover the diverse beauty of Canada’s only Carolinian Forest? Where can you climb the sand hills that tower over Lake Erie, wander through a 22-acre botanical garden, or visit a raptor conservancy? Sure, Norfolk is known for its award-winning wineries and breweries. Not to mention eco-adventures, farmers’ markets, festivals, and beaches. It’s all here. In fact, the only thing Norfolk doesn’t have is crowds.

And the best part? We’re just a couple hours away from the GTA.

Norfolk County’s most popular tourist attractions are the beaches, ports, towns, and villages along Lake Erie, known as Ontario’s South Coast. These towns include Port Dover, Turkey Point, Long Point, Simcoe, Delhi, Waterford, and Port Rowan.

Fishing is another key attraction for tourists, as well as birding, hiking, camping, and cycling.

Planning YOUR uniquely Norfolk adventure? Visit Norfolk can help. Plan your excursions, book a golf trip, beach day, locate hiking trails, or find the closest brewery for drinks once the day is done, all with a few taps of your phone

To plan your trip – and for more information about things to do, places to eat and where to stay while you are here, download the visit Norfolk App.

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