Erie County Agricultural Society FairgroundsHamburg, NY – Join us for the event of a lifetime! On April 8, 2024, the Erie County Agricultural Society will host "Total-ity Fun", at the Hamburg Fairgrounds, where you can witness the total solar eclipse. This limited ticket event is sure to sell out quickly, so make sure to reserve your spot online starting February 15, 2024, and secure your chance to be a part of this historic moment.

The outdoor event will run between 11:00 am and 5:00 pm on April 8th. We will provide paved parking, certified viewing glasses, live music by Buffalo Music Hall of Famer Hit N Run, a kid's craft and activity area, access to portable restrooms and more. There will also be several food vendors on site. With Buffalo located right in the centerline of the eclipse's path, you will have the opportunity to witness the sun's disappearance and experience a truly awe-inspiring view of the eclipse. The partial eclipse will start at 2:04 pm EST and last until 4:32 pm EST, with pure totality taking place at 3:20 pm. This family-friendly event is an educational experience that you don't want to miss.

Buy tickets at Tickets are sold per carload and are only applicable to passenger vehicles. Each carload admission will be $50.00 per vehicle (plus fees). Additional fees may apply for food and beverages. Outside food and beverages will not be permitted.

We can't wait to welcome you to "Total-ity Fun at the Fairgrounds"!
About the Erie County Agricultural Society

The Erie County Agricultural Society is a private not-for-profit membership organization. Established in 1819, the Society is the oldest civic organization in Western New York. The mission of the Erie County Agricultural Society (ECAS) is to preserve and enhance, by educational endeavors, the agricultural and historical legacy of New York State. ECAS produces major events including the Erie County Fair, Fairgrounds Festival of Lights and WNY Equifest.



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