Celebrate and learn Hispanic and Native American cultures at the Fair

Spencer, Iowa – Hispanic and Native American cultures will be celebrated with their own special festivals in Central Park during the 2022 Clay County Fair powered by SMU.

“One of the goals of the Fair is to recognize and celebrate all of the diverse cultures that can be found in Clay County and northwest Iowa,” said Fair Manager Jeremy Parsons. “These two events help us to accomplish that goal and provide unique entertainment and educational opportunities.”

A new feature at the 2021 Fair, the Hispanic Festival will return on Sunday, September 11 with two musical artists. Popular local radio host DJ JC will perform at 3:00pm, followed by Rey De Rancho, a local favorite and a popular norteña band based out of Mankato, Minnesota. They will be performing sets starting at 4:30pm.

Brand new at the Fair in 2022 is the Native American Festival on Sunday, September 18. Performing at 11:00am, 1:00pm, and 3:00pm, The Many Moccasins Dance Troupe is an international professional Native American dance ensemble. They will expose fairgoers to both traditional and contemporary Native American Dance.

About The Clay County Fair & Events Center Rooted in Tradition, the Clay County Fair & Events Center is a year-round facility that annually hosts more than 300 events, including its signature event, the Clay County Fair powered by SMU. Known as “The World’s Greatest County Fair” since 1917, the Fair attracts more than 300,000 guests each September for nine days of world-class entertainment, competition, food, fun, and the largest farm machinery show at any fair in the United States. Additional information can be found at www.claycountyfair.com.