One week left to attend the Miami-Dade County Youth Fair and Exposition (includes video story)

There is just one week left of the Miami-Dade County Youth Fair and Exposition. 

The fair, which officially opened on November 18, includes food, rides, and a new enthusiasm that just maybe, the COVID-19 outbreak is over. 

Miami-Dade County Youth Fair & Exposition President & CEO Eddie Cora ensured the event is following the standard COVID-19 safety guidelines for attendees to have the opportunity to enjoy and create fun memories. 

“After two-and-a-half years, we decided to bring the fair back,” said Cora. “Instead of doing it in March, we decided to do it in November. We wanted to get on the backside of the vaccines and the community has done a great job on making sure that we stay safe.”

This annual event normally takes place during March and was planned to reopen in 2020. But due to the rise of COVID-19 cases, the fair was forced to close. 

Now attendees can enjoy electrifying attractions such as the Mega Drop, the Crazy Mouse and the Ring of Fire, as well as an array of kid-friendly rides. The Youth Fair also provides a variety of carnival-style treats, including Mama Jane’s famous lemon poppyseed funnel cake, deep-fried Oreos, hot dogs, cotton candy and more. There is also a petting zoo, live music and exhibits. 

Tickets are on sale now and can be bought online or at the gate. Discounts are available during weekdays for students, seniors citizens, children and more. 

Open from November 18 until December 5
Mondays – Fridays (3 p.m. – 12 a.m.)
Saturdays – Sundays (12 p.m. – 12 a.m.)
Miami-Dade County Tamiami Park
10901 SW 24th St, Miami, FL 33165

Ticket Price: General admission $14 for Adults, Thursdays $5 and Unlimited Ride Pass for $28. If you would like more information on events and ticket prices, please make sure to check out their website at or contact them via telephone at (305) 223-7060.

Jessica Acosta is a senior majoring in Digital Broadcasting at Florida International University. After her studies, she plans to pursue her dream career of working in the entertainment industry as an actress or as a TV personality/host.

Claudia Morales is a junior FIU student pursuing a bachelor’s degree in Digital Communications/Broadcasting. She obtained an associates degree in Mass Communications/Journalism from Miami Dade College. She served as a photographer for The Reporter, the student newspaper at Miami Dade College. She also studied abroad in France and Italy, where she acquired knowledge about globalized media.

Veronica Hernandez is a senior at Florida International University pursuing a bachelor's degree in Digital Journalism. She obtained an associate degree in Mass Communication & Journalism at Miami-Dade College. Veronica would like to be a TV anchor or reporter after she graduates. She is devoted to her community and strives to provide a voice to the voiceless.