TULSA - It's billed as 11 days of awesome.
This page outlines all of the Tulsa State Fair awesome you can handle through Oct. 5. From a map of the fairgrounds, hours of operation, a day planner and of course a look at the food - we have you covered.
Click the links below to get the answers you need through Oct. 5.
HOURS - Scroll to the bottom of this page for building and Midway hours of operation.
PLAN YOUR DAY - Pick the events you want to attend on a certain day and you'll get a customized map listing those events and showing you where you need to go.
TICKET PRICES - Disney on Ice, rodeo, gate admission, ride coupons, Oklahoma Stage VIP section
PARKING - Paid Parking is available in designated areas and is $10 per entry. Free Parking is available in the Infield weekdays before 5 p.m.; enter Gate 8 or 12. The Fair Transit System is also available. Park at one of these locations to get a ride to the fairgrounds.
Tulsa Public Schools Service Center, 3027 S New Haven Ave.
Nathan Hale High School, 6960 E 21st St.
Tulsa Promenade Mall, 4107 S Yale Ave.
DIZZY'S DEALS & SAVINGS - According to the TSF website, the coupon book contains 75 coupons and over $600 worth of savings from Tulsa State Fair concessionaires and commercial vendors. Purchase your book for $5 at the nearest Ticket Booth or Howdy Hut.
FOOD - Fried Cherry Cake Oreos, Scorpion Pizza and Deep Fried Avocados are just a few of the new foods this year. Click on any one of the four delectable delights below for pictures and descriptions of more Fair food. Would you try the Scorpion Pizza? One of our employees did. Watch his reaction and the reaction of another employee here.
FAIRGROUNDS MAP - Click on the map to download a larger image with a legend
These are the hours of operation. The buildings typically open an hour earlier than the Midway and close an hour earlier as well.
Buildings 10 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Midway 11 a.m. - 11 p.m.
Video: Surfers take camera on Jersey Shore
As the weather on the East Coast begins to warm up, Ben Gravy and his buddies decided to hit the surf scene in New Jersey.
Video: Man puts life in danger to make road safe
Thomas Weller is the "San Diego Highwayman" and in the video above, he's just saving the day once again.
Video: Woman forces snake out of truck
The brave woman in the video above is perfectly fine with grabbing the unwanted passenger from her truck and slinging it across the yard.