Officials: More than 900K people attended Oklahoma State Fair with an economic impact of more than $100m

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OKLAHOMA CITY – More than 900,000 people attended the Oklahoma State Fair over 11 days and had an economic impact of over $100 million, officials say.

The Oklahoma State Fair ran September 12-22.

The fair featured shows like Disney on Ice, bullriding with concerts from Midland and Scotty McCreery, livestock and creative arts competitions, new attractions, new foods and more.

According to fair officials, more than 900,000 people attended the fair and produced an economic impact of more than $103.95 million.

Click here to view events happening at State Fair Park.

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