Guests can get an adrenalin rush at Action Avenue during this year’s L.A. County Fair, Sept. 10-26.
Opening weekend is high-flying fun in Action Avenue. ASA Events presents the LG Action Sports Championships, featuring the U.S. Championships for skateboarding and BMX, and the World Championships for inline skating and freestyle motocross. Scheduled to appear are some of the top names in the sport including Mike Metzger, Dave Mirra, Bucky Lasek and Bob Burnquist. The pro competition runs Sept. 10-12. The competition offers more than $650,000 in cash and prizes, the largest per sport prize money in history, and a minimum of 16 hours of national television coverage on Fox Sports Net from October thru December. Amateurs will compete Sept. 24-26.
On all non-competition days Sept. 13-23, Fairguests can enjoy an open skate park where they can test their skills between the hours of 5-9 p.m.
The event will feature live music and an interactive skate park, a Festival Village with break dancing, video games, graffiti art and DJs that will keep the area hopping all the time.
The Skycoaster is at home in Action Avenue, combining accelerating elements of skydiving and hang-gliding, allowing passengers the sensation of flying through the air from 110 feet up. The cost of the ride is $30 per jump.
If you enjoy an adrenaline rush, please enter here. Terrorfest Productions presents “Scare at the Fair,” a haunted 3-D attraction that is guaranteed to Scare the Fair out of you. Brave the grave as you put on 3-D “Frightvision” glasses and step into a whole new world of fear. Take a walk through the Terrorfest Productions’ Scare at the Fair 3-D Queen Mary Shipwreck Maze, with jump-out monsters, a skull room, the Hallway of Doors and Spirit Room.
One of three Kiddie Carnivals is in Action Avenue with an exciting playground for the younger set, including a spin on Bear Affair, Elephant Ride and the Tea Cups, among others.
More features of Action Avenue:
• Go Carts: Battle a friend head to head in intense racing action
• Bungee Jump: Do you think you have what it takes?
• Rock Climbing: Fairguests can test their ability and mobility
• Giant Slide: One of the fun traditions at the Fair
• Laser tag: Choose one battle or play all day in the extreme outdoor battlefield experience
Hungry after all the action-packed fun? Action Avenue offers an abundance of food and beverage choices to keep you refreshed and going back for more. Quench your taste with mouth-watering choices such as Dippin’ Dots, snow cones and oversized Planet Cookies.
For more information about the Fair or Action Avenue, visit the Web site at www.lacountyfair.com or call (909) 623-3111.