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Video: Get a taste of what the Arizona State Fair has to offer during a pandemic

The Arizona State Fair might be canceled, but you can still get your fix of fair food at the new drive-thru event

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State Press reporters Ryan Tisminezky and Drake Presto moments before sacrificing their blood sugar levels to state fair food in Phoenix, Arizona, on Sept. 25, 2020


This year, the Arizona State Fair is a little different. There are no games or rides, but there remains one thing — food. Arizona residents and visitors can experience the drive-thru state fair in the comfort of their cars, driving to each stall and ordering their favorite fair food.

The only question is, is the expensive food actually worth it?

The drive-thru fair is open again Oct. 1-4 and 8-11.


Reach the reporters at  daprest2@asu.edu and rtismine@asu.edu or follow @DrakePrestoPro and @tisminezky on Twitter.

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