Thursday, December 1 2022


The Antelope Valley 2021 fair, which was slated to start Oct. 1, has been canceled, organizers said, saying the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health’s new mandates caused too many logistical problems.

The Los Angeles Department of Public Health announced Wednesday that starting October 7, outdoor events with more than 10,000 people will need to require proof of vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test within 72 hours.

The fair typically runs over 10 days in August, but has been moved to eight days in October to accommodate COVID-19 health and safety protocols and mandates. The event has also been scaled down to have a reduced number of vendors, exhibitors, and dealers, and the arena concert series has already been canceled.

“While our staff and volunteers have made countless changes and efforts to make this event safe, the continued obstacles imposed by the Los Angeles County Department of Health to safe outdoor events like ours force us to to make this very difficult decision, “said Antelope Valley Fair & Event The chairman of the board drew mercy.

“Despite the incredible efforts of our community to come together on all fronts, with the support of this year’s AV fair and the many changes being made, doing our part to maintain infection rates in the Antelope Valley and working together to come together safely at events – that’s the result today. These new mandates prohibit us from offering our show attendees the experiences they expect, appreciate and deserve. We work in working closely with our suppliers, dealers and others to help minimize the impact of this decision on their business. “

People who have already purchased tickets will receive automatic refunds.

“The health and well-being of our community has been and always will be our top priority. We have carefully prepared this year’s event with strict safety protocols at the forefront of all our planning. However, these recent mandates from the Los Angeles County are the tipping point in terms of resources, forecasting reduced attendance and other burdens that impact our ability to move forward, ”said Dan Jacobs, CEO of Los Angeles County. ‘Antelope Valley Fair & Event Center.

“To say we’re disappointed is an understatement. We sincerely appreciate the way our fans, sponsors, dealers, vendors, exhibitors and show volunteers have supported us over the past two very tumultuous years.



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