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Along with the Old Capitol Arts and Living History Festival

Get ready for the second half of the fair on September 8-9th at the Territorial Statehouse Park in Fillmore.

Brenn Hill

Brenn Hill is a singer/songwriter who reveals the heart of the West to anyone who will take the time to listen. He is not just an observer or narrator of western lore, but one of its strongest interpreters. The cowboy’s trials and tribulations are his raw material. Brenn’s career spans seventeen recordings of mostly self-penned music and over two decades performing his music on the road.

His most recent release is “Painkillers” which, like all of his music, serves as a pathway through his own Western adventures and the trials of life. Brenn is an artist who gives great insight into the West that he calls Heaven. He lives with his wife and three children in Hooper, Utah.

Brenn will be performing at Millard High School Auditorium. 200 Eagle Ave, Fillmore, UT 84631
Saturday, September 9th, 2023
Doors Open at 6:30 PM
Show starts at 7:00 PM
Tickets are $20.00, $10.00 or $5.00
Can purchase tickets at the door or online

Kirby Heyborne

Kirby Heyborne is an American actor, musician, singer, songwriter, narrator, and comedian. He is known for his work in films centered around the culture of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS Church). Heyborne has also worked extensively as an audiobook narrator, narrating more than 300 books. He has won two Odyssey Awards and an Audie Award for Middle Grade Title.[2] In 2015, Booklist named him a Voice of Choice narrator.

Tony and Carol Messerly

Tony and Carol Messerly are “Many strings & Co”. Their music is referred to as Western Folk, sometimes quirky and rarely serious. Tony was named Male Yodeler of the year in 2013 by the International Western Music Association and they are recipients of the Academy Of Western Artists 2018 western duo of the year. You can be sure that the musical duet of Manystrings & Co. will take you back to yesteryear with their wimsical ballads, cowboy songs and mountain man originals. This Wyoming/Utah duo has six cds and has performed at venues across the west

Megan and Melody

Megan and Melody are two local gals who became great friends through their love of music and the beautiful blending of their voices.  They enjoy every opportunity to sing together and have been fortunate to perform at several functions throughout Utah.  They are so excited to perform at the Old Capitol Arts Festival this year!

Bear River Ramblers

Bear River Ramblers are a folk, bluegrass, country band that offers a mix of original songs and covers situated in Northern Utah.

Los Hermanos De Los Andes

“Los Hermanos De Los Andes”, an Andean folk group was formed among the Rocky Mountains with individuals of different nationalities who were attending a local University.

They have had a successful history preserving and sharing their southern rich musical heritage, to thousands of listeners, with their authentic ethnic instruments dating back to the ancient Inca civilization.

Nino Reyos & Native American Dancing & Stories

Nino Reyos is a member of the Northern Ute and Laguna Pueblo Indian Nations. He is a cultural presenter, educating and entertaining audiences of all ages. He has used his cultural background as a foundation for his teaching of indigenous craft, dance, stories, and music conducting workshops in the areas of flute playing, and influencing people of both indigenous and non-indigenous cultures.


FairEntry QR Code


Dutch Oven Contest **FREE to enter

Come show your culinary skills in the 1st annual Dutch Oven Competition. Saturday, September 9th, 2023 at the Territorial Statehouse Park in the West parking lot of the Statehouse. Judging will be from 12:00-1:00pm. Judges will come to each booth for judging. To Register click on the link below. For all the rules and regulations, click on link below: 



FairEntry and Exhibits

The Millard County Fair will be using a program called FairEntry. You will create an account and add all your exhibits there. Once you have entered all your exhibits, the Fair Board will print off your entry cards where you can place them on each exhibit. It will ask you for personal information but everything is encrypted and their system is very secure.

No one will have access to any of your information. If you do not wish to provide the information, unfortunately, we cannot pay you the Fair Premiums. This is a Utah State Requirement that Millard County is required to follow.

You can register the day of and there will be volunteers to help you register. But we highly recommend you pre-registering at home first. If you have any issues registering, please reach out to Rachel West and she will gladly walk you through everything and help you. 

Official Fair Rules
Official 4-H Rules

FairEntry QR Code

Schedule of Events

Schedule of Events

Other Events

Taste of Millard Ticket

Taste of Millard County Dinner

September 9, 2023
Millard High School Cafeteria
6:00 PM

Tickets are $10 and are available to buy in Delta at the Delta IFA and in Fillmore at Fillmore Feed. There are only 300 tickets so hurry and get them fast!

It’s the same night as the Brenn Hill concert at the high school so make plans for dinner and a show.

All of the dinner courses are raised here in Millard County by local farmers, come and learn what it is they grow and produce here at home. As close to farm to table as it gets

1st Annual Quilt Show

Along with the Old Capitol Quilters Guild, please bring your beautiful quilts to be displayed. This is a Non-Judged Event and will only be on display. 

Friday 10-6
Saturday 10-5

Located at the “POD” at the Statehouse Territorial Park

Quilt Show Awards

Commissioners’ Choice — 3 awards of $50.00
Viewers’ Choice — 1 award of $200.000

Quilt Entry and Registration Location/Dates/Times

Delta: Fair Building, Tuesday, September 5th from 1:00 pm to 6:00 pm.
Fillmore: POD, Wednesday, September 6th from 9:00 am to 12:00 pm; or Armory, from 1:00 pm to 7:00 pm.

Quilt Show Entry Requirements*

-Any resident of Millard County can enter up to two quilts. Second quilt may not be displayed, based on space.

-Quilts must have been made after 2020.

-All quilts will be entered in non-judged category.

-Quilts exhibited in previous County or State Fairs cannot be entered.

-Quilts must have a label stating: Date Finished, Owner of quilt, Quilt Name, and Who quilted it


-For Official Rules- see Home Arts Section in Fairbook (please put the link here too)

Quilt Return or Pickup Location/Dates/Times

Quilts can be picked up from the POD after the show on Saturday 5:30 pm – 6:30 pm.

Quilts cannot be released to other individuals without prior written approval.

Delta: Fair Building, Thursday, September 14th, 3-5:30pm

Fillmore: POD, Monday, September 11th, 3-5:30pm

For any questions please call, Rachel West 801-654-7980 or Donna Starley 435-881-0841

Farmers Market

NEW!! 1st annual Millard County Fair Farmer’s Market. 

Come see local homegrown or homemade goods. Desserts, produce, baked goods and so much more! On the Corner of 100 south and Main Street in Fillmore.

To become a vendor, please register below or scan the QR code.

Farmers Market QR

Old Capitol Arts and Living History Festival

For more information about the festival, please click the link below.

For any questions please call, Rachel West 801-654-7980

Statehouse Territorial Park 50 South Main Street, Fillmore, UT 84631


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