About Navajo County Fair, Inc.
Navajo County Fair, Inc. will be celebrating the 91st Anniversary of the Navajo County Fair & Rodeo. The first Navajo County Fair was held in Taylor in 1926. In 1931, the County Supervisors decided to move the County Fair to Holbrook due to it being the County Seat and its central location in the county. The Fairgrounds and other facilities were built as a permanent location for the County Fair and other events. Since that time there has never been a year without a Fair.
Navajo County Fair, Inc., takes great pride in maintaining a traditional down-home County Fair and it is our hope that everyone in Navajo County will come and enjoy the food, fun, entertainment, exhibits, and carnival.
We are proud to announce the ever-popular Mark Miller Band will be returning to perform on Friday and Saturday night at the Navajo County Fair! We welcome back the Frazier Shows of America carnival with their amazing rides. Frazier Shows is the largest State Fair quality carnival in Navajo County. This years entertainment will include: The Rodeo, Demolition Derby, Navajo County Fair Rodeo Queen Pageant, Little Buckaroo Rodeo, Open Class Exhibits and Demonstrations, Jr. Livestock Show, and Auction, 4-H Horse Show, Small Stock Show, and Exhibits. You can also look forward to many local talents during the Fair. Navajo County Fair never disappoints with food booths, vendors plus much, much more. The Rodeo entertainment will include Top PRCA Stock Contractor Honeycutt Rodeo Company, PRCA Rodeo Announcer Jody Carper, and a live video scoreboard with instant replays will also make for a fantastic Rodeo!