The 100th Vanderburgh County Fair has officially begun.
The events kicked off Monday morning with several 4-H events like the pygmy goat show and the dog obedience show.
Later tonight, the 100th Vanderburgh County Fair Queen will be crowned.
As the week goes on, the 4-H will be having livestock shows each morning. Grandstand events will happen througout the afternoon and in to the evening.
Fair organizers are expecting upwards of 80,000 people to attend the events throughout the week.
Last year's county fair was cancelled because of the pandemic.
Because the Delta variant has been causing cases to rise once again, fair organizers have added hand sanitizing and handwashing stations around the fairgrounds. They are also asking people to practice social distancing when possible.
Admission to the fair is $10 and ride armband tickets are $22.
Firearms, alcoholic beverages, and animals are not allowed on the fairgrounds.