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$350 Per Day
The Commodities Pavilion was constructed in 1971. It is a large, open pavilion that contains a asphalt floor and beam supports. This area is ideal for hosting dinners, auctions, or parties. The three large entranceways make it convenient for setting up and tearing down.
$150 Per Day
The Garden Pavilion is a wood frame open pavilion with a concrete floor and a roof finished with asphalt. It has decorative vertical boarding in the end gables. This is most often referred to as the “beer garden,” and is an excellent site for hosting small social events or parties.
The Labor Pavilion is located behind the Village of Cultures. It contains a concrete base and a wooden roof that is covered with tile. This pavilion is ideal for smaller events, for it consists of two cement squares that are joined by a central walkway. Floral arrangements surround the pavilion, which adds a friendly welcome.
$250 Per Day
The Lincoln Stage area has a concrete floor and steel supports leading up to the roof structure. A raised stage encloses the south end of the facility. It is an open pavilion that, along with the stage, includes dressing rooms. This area can aid in accommodating wedding receptions, parties, and entertainment.
$1,400 Per Day
Being the newest addition to the fairgrounds, this six- acre arena has accommodated large consumer shows such as the famous National High School Finals Rodeo, the Monster Truck show, and motorcycle racing. Construction for this premier facility cost $9.6 million dollars. It has the capacity to seat approximately 10,000 + spectators.
$200 Per Day
This steal frame structure covered with ridged metal was constructed in 1975. It has a single space interior that is lined with metal bar pens for animals. A double overhead door is located on the east end of the hut, which makes it convenient for moving in and out.
The Reisch Pavilion formerly Food-A-Rama Pavilion was constructed in 1971. It is a large, open pavilion that contains a asphalt floor and beam supports. This area is great for hosting dinners, auctions, or parties. The two large entranceways make it convenient for setting up and taking down equipment.
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Emmerson Building801 E. Sangamon Ave., State Fairgrounds
P.O. Box 19427,
Springfield, Illinois 62794-9427
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