The Indian River County Fair is also known as the Firefighters' Indian River County Fair. The Fair has grown to a 6 day program and was originally organized as the “Vero Beach Firefighters County Fair” in 1980. The fair opens with fireworks and an average attendance of 45,000 patrons yearly. The Firefighters’ Indian River County Fair offers an environment of family fun and entertainment. The Firefighters’ Indian River County Fair is proud to be associated with and members of; the International Association of Fairs, the Florida Federation of Fairs, the Florida Festivals & Events Association, the Outdoor Amusement Business Association as well as our local Chamber of Commerce.
The Indian River County Fair Association, subcontracts with the Vero Beach Firefighters Association to operate their annual event and strives to provide the finest in wholesome family entertainment while showcasing local talent, agriculture, commercial and educational information to the citizens of this county. The Fair Showcase the youth of Indian River County in livestock and agriculture. Exhibitions include the “All The King's Horses” and the “High Diving show.” The All The King's Horses exhibition features the breeds of horses used Nobility , The Arabian, The Andalusian, and The Royal Lipizzaner Stallions of Austria. The High Diving show, features 4 high dive towers, 45 foot tumbling floor, Goliath trampoline, eighty-five foot tower dive, and a firedive.
Firefighters' Indian River County Fair
1818 Commerce Avenue
Vero Beach, Florida 32960
Phone: (772) 562-2974
Fax: (772) 778-2646