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Fairgoers enjoy the Wave swinger on the first day of the 106th National Orange Show Fair in San Bernardino on Wednesday, April 19, 2023. (File photo by Terry Pierson, The Press-Enterprise/SCNG)
Fairgoers enjoy the Wave swinger on the first day of the 106th National Orange Show Fair in San Bernardino on Wednesday, April 19, 2023. (File photo by Terry Pierson, The Press-Enterprise/SCNG)
Madison Hart
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The National Orange Show Fair makes its return to San Bernardino on Wednesday, April 17, for the start of a five-day fair.

New and old attractions will be back, including carnival rides, games, live music, merchants, food and exhibits. The event will continue until Sunday, April 21.

Fairgoers can enjoy a sea lion encounter, a dog show, live sharks and stingrays, Alaskan racing pigs, a reptile show, trapeze artists, a bird show, face painting, a petting zoo and butterflies. Orange Show Speedway auto races and fireworks will be among the other highlights. San Bernardino students will have an art exhibition.

Performances will include Soul Pointe and Nojac with the San Bernardino Teen Music Workshop, RemiX, the Outlaw Mariachi, the Prince Again tribute band, the Midnite Cruzzers, the Glacier Blue Band, ballet folklorico, Mariachi Generacion Musical and the Fuentez Entertainment bands.

Though past shows have seen rain, this year may be sunny skies. The fair is open from 5 p.m. to 10 p.m. Wednesday to Friday and from noon to 10 p.m. Saturday and Sunday.

Opening night is free. Tickets are $2 online Thursday and $5 at the box office. Tickets for Friday through Sunday are $10 online and $13 at the box office.

The National Orange Show Event Center is at 689 S E St., San Bernardino.

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