5 Not-to-Miss Attractions at Williamson County Fair

The Williamson County Fair kicked off Aug 2nd and runs through the 10th at the Ag Expo Center, 4215 Long Ln in Franklin. Don’t miss these 5 attractions!

Admission to the fair:

Adults: $9 at the gate
Children ages 6 – 12: $5 at the gate
Children ages 5 and under are free
*All stage shows and attractions are FREE with admission! Midway ride tickets sold separately!

Learn more about the Williamson County Fair here.

1. Piccolo Zoppe Circus

piccolo zoppe circus

Fair Village

Monday – Friday
6:30 pm | 8:00 pm
11:00 am | 3:00 pm | 6:00 pm
1:00 pm | 3:00 pm | 6:00 pm

Since 1842, The Zoppe family has been entertaining families around the world giving their hearts to their audience. Enjoy each performance where a tiny smile grows to roaring laughter, a single accomplishment will have you on the edge of your seat, and the beauty of the show will bristle your every emotion.

This great art is presented in the way it was meant to be. The romantic allure of the small European Circus. So intimate, you can see the perspiration on the performer, feel the breeze as the ballerina on horseback gallops past you. Sit with your family and become entwined with the Zoppe family as they step back in time.

2. XPogo Stunt Team

Williamson County Fair

Arena Floor

Monday – Friday
7:15 pm | 8:15 pm
11:30 am | 1:00 pm | 4:30 pm | 8:00 pm
1:30 pm | 3:00 pm | 5:00 pm | 7:00 pm

The Xpogo Stunt Team is the best extreme pogo performance team in the world. Jumping over 9 feet in the air on next-generation pogo sticks while throwing down flips and incredible tricks. You don’t want to miss this high energy show…exciting until the final bounce!

The Xpogo Stunt Team has headlined in 22 countries, appeared in the Rose Bowl Parade, America’s Got Talent, and numerous other TV Shows, Music Videos, Commercials, and Movies. The collectively hold 13 Current Guinness World Records.

3. Spoon Man

spoon man

Monday – Friday
6:00 pm | 7:30 pm | 8:45 pm
11:00 am | 2:00 pm | 5:30 pm | 7:30 pm
1:00 pm | 3:00 pm | 5:00 pm | 7:00 pm

The “Spoon Man” is a published author who offers a hilarious interactive comedy program for all ages.

4. Lady Houdini

lady houdini

Arena Floor

Monday – Friday
6:45 pm | 8:45 pm
11:00 am | 3:00 pm | 7:30 pm
2:00 pm | 4:30 pm | 7:30 pm

Lady Houdini, the name given to Kristen Johnson by an Inside Edition producer at CBS Studios in New York, has definitely stuck. Especially since she broke immortal Harry Houdini’s record for the most Water Torture Cell escapes ever performed, which historians and magic aficionados worldwide estimate to be just over one thousand. She broke Houdini’s record in 2012, and is currently over 1,950 attempts and counting.

Johnson seems fearless, even to the fault of flirting with death, as in the case of the Water Torture Cell. It’s a nail biter, watching her during the escape, as she is able to hold her breath under for up to 5 minutes and 2 seconds while methodically picking the padlocks, handcuffs, and leg shackles that hold her in what could quickly become a watery grave.

Kristen, a real escapologist, also performs the aerial straitjacket escape which Houdini so often used. In 2007, Kristen once again set out to ‘best’ Houdini’s escape and for over three years whether outside with a crane at 80 feet high or inside an arena at 40 feet above the stage, hanging from battens, she would escape the jacket, remove her feet from the rope loops and rappel or fast rope down.

Lady Houdini is a show you don’t want to miss!

5. Jurassic Kingdom

jurassic kingdom at williamson county fair

Arena Floor
Monday – Friday
6:15 pm | 7:45 pm
10:30 am | 1:30 pm | 4:00 pm | 6:30 pm

1:00 pm | 2:30 pm | 6:00 pm | 8:00 pm

Jurassic Kingdom is a full-blown dinosaur show that is a perfect mix of entertainment and education. You will learn about these prehistoric creatures in a fun way. Experience the giant dinosaurs as they come to life, touching and interacting with them throughout the show!

Through this fun demonstration of the fossils, you’ll learn about various dinosaurs.

  • Fossils claw from a Baryonyx
  • Skull from a Coelophysis
  • Cast of a foot print from a Ornithopod
  • Egg of a Triceratops
  • Tooth of a Megalodon