2017 Farm Fair Opens In
Farm Fair Admission Ticket Prices – CASH ONLY
Keiki (3 and under): Free
Keiki (4-12): $2
Seniors (65+): $4
Fun Pass for Rides and Concessions
FUN PASSES WILL BE SOLD AT THE FAIRGROUNDS ON TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY FROM 10AM TO 6PM. BUY EARLY AND AVOID STANDING IN LINE TO PURCHASE YOUR FUN PASS WHEN YOU COME TO THE FAIR.
E.K. Fernandez Shows has converted to a Fun Pass card system that requires the purchase of a Fun Pass to ride the rides, play games, purchase food and beverages, and buy novelties. The number of credits loaded onto your card depends upon the amount of money you spend.
- $5 = 40 credits
- $10 = 90 credits
- $20 = 200 credits
- $50 = 500 credits
- $100 = 1,000 credits
Fun Passes may be purchased at kiosks using cash, credit card, or debit card.
How do Fun Passes Work?
A Fun Pass will be required to ride the rides, play games, and purchase food, beverages and novelties from the Fernandez concessions. The Fun Pass is not valid on the food concessions and other activities operated by the Kauai County Farm Bureau or its nonprofit organizations. If you purchased a Fun Pass at last year’s Kauai County Farm Bureau Fair, the 50th State Fair, or any other E. K. Fernandez Shows carnival or fair, any remaining credits on your card are good at the Kauai Fair. Fun Passes may be purchased from a Fun Passes booth located on the fairgrounds. The minimum purchase of a Fun Pass is $20, which will give you 200 credits. Once you have a Fun Pass, you may reload it using a $5, $10, $20, $50 or $100 bill. You may also purchase and reload a Fun Pass with a credit or debit card.
Credits will be removed from your card by placing it on the card reader at the ride, game, novelty stand, or food station. Before standing in line to ride a ride or buy food, be sure you have enough credits on your card. You can check the amount of credits on your card at yellow Check Balance devices located throughout the farigrounds or at the Fernandez food wagons. If you have enough credits for the activity, the green light on the card reader will come on when you scan your card. If you do not have enough credits, the red light will come on and you will not be able to get on the ride, buy food, or play a game. You can reload your Fun Pass at the Purchase/Reload kioks on the fairgrounds.
You may have your own individual Fun Pass, or you may share a Fun Pass with family or friends. If sharing a Fun Pass, you must scan it once on the card reader for each person. For example, if a mother has two young children with her and purchased one Fun Pass, she will need to scan her card three times on the card reader at the ride.
Do not punch a hole in, bend, or damage your Fun Pass. The card readers cannot read damaged or altered cards. This means you will lose the credits on your card, as we cannot retrieve them from the system if the card is damaged.
Treat your Fun Pass the same as cash, as losing a Fun Pass has the same consequence as losing a $20 bill.
If you have questions about the Fun Pass when you are at the fair, please visit our Customer Service booth.
Four Days of Fun, Food, Farming & Great Entertainment for the Family!
The Kauai County Farm Bureau Fair is a community event supported by island businesses.
Mahalo to all of our 2017 sponsors:
Aloha Kia Kauai & Kauai Harley Davidson • Alaska Airlines • Alexander & Baldwin Properties, Inc. • Bank of Hawaii • Coca Cola • College of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resources University of Hawaii at Manoa • County of Kauai Department of Water • Dow AgroSciences • DuPont Pioneer • Family and Friends of Agriculture • Farm Credit Services of Hawaii • Friends of Mel Rapozo • First Hawaiian Bank • Garden Island Federal Credit Union • GEICO Insurance • Grove Farm Company • Hawaii Dairy Farms • Hartung Brothers Inc. Hawaii • Hawaii Lodging and Tourism Association – Kauai Chapter • HMSA • Kauai Coffee Company • Kauai Community Federal Credit Union • Kauai Government Employees Federal Credit Union • Kauai Grown • Kauai Island Utility Cooperative • Kuku‘iula • Matson Navigation • Oceanic Time Warner Cable is now Spectrum • Renewable Energy Technologies • Rising Sun Solar • Safeway • Subway Sandwiches • State Senator Ron Kouchi • Sunbelt Rentals • Territorial Savings Bank • Times • Ulupono Initiative • Wilcox Health • Napa Auto Parts • Metalhaus • Friends of Derek Kawakami
In Kind: Tyri Inc • American Medical Response • Courtyard Marriott at Coconut Beach • County of Kauai • Avis-Budget Group • Garden Island Security • Hawaiian Airlines • KUAI AM570 & 104.5FM • KONG Radio Group • State of Hawaii – Department of Transportation – Harbors Division • Wellington Fence • Young Brothers • GP Roadway Solutions
Mahalo to Sarah Thompson for website photos
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