When you think of the Louisiana state Fair, you probably think of a huge, gleaming carnival that attracts crowds of hundreds of thousands every year.
But this year, instead, the fair will feature a few dozen small-scale vendors, a food truck, and a small festival, all aimed at offering a glimpse into the Louisiana landscape.
The state fair is one of the oldest and largest in the country.
The state is home to over 100,000 people, making it the most populous state in the union.
The fair, which is held on the grounds of the Louisa Coliseum in Baton Rouge, features the biggest of the state’s six state fairs, but there’s also a smaller number of smaller ones.
The Louisiana State Fair was created in 1865 as a way to give Louisiana a national fair, and it continues to be a popular event for the state.
The Louisiana State fair was established to provide a public display of American manufacturing to the nation.
It’s also the largest and largest free-standing event in the United States, with over 7,000,000 spectators each year.
It has grown tremendously over the past few decades, attracting hundreds of millions of dollars in revenue each year, with a record-setting $25 billion in revenue last year.
In recent years, the state has taken steps to modernize the fair, with the opening of new sections that cater to the growing needs of the city and surrounding areas.
The Fair’s annual parade is scheduled to start in Baton, and will run through the streets of New Orleans.
There are also plans to add a water park and other activities.
The fair has also been doing some small things for local residents.
In 2014, it made a huge concession to its residents, offering discounted admission and parking for those who attended the fair in 2016.
But as the state fair has grown, so have the costs associated with it, including the cost of a new water park.
The New Orleans City Council voted to raise the city’s water rates from $7 to $9 per month in 2017.
That was a big move for New Orleans, but it came with a catch: it meant that residents who paid more would be able to park at the city fair and participate in events.
The council later reversed the decision, and the city is now paying $8.50 per month for the privilege of parking at the fair.
In 2016, the city had to spend $10 million to upgrade its water system, which means it will have to spend more on water for 2018, according to The Associated Press.
For those that do pay, it’s likely that there will be a little more incentive to stay longer.
The 2018 fair is scheduled for October 6-7.
The 2018 Louisiana State and County Fair is the state or county fair for Louisiana.
It takes place every year on October 6 and 7, and was first established in 1865.
There’s also another state fair on November 7 and 8.
There are more than 3,000 events in the Louisiana State or County Fair, and each one is organized in a different manner.
There is a full-day fair, the largest of the six, which features over 7.5 million people attending each year and has over 5 million people participating.
There will also be a free-flowing music festival, a carnival, a farmers market, and an art show.
The city of New York hosts the state and county fair, but the city has had to reduce its annual expenses due to Hurricane Sandy.
The cost of maintaining the fair has come to over $100 million, according a New York Times article from October 17.
There’s also an annual parade called the Louisiana Family Festival, which includes a children’s carnival on October 13, a horseback riding festival on October 16, a petting zoo, a rodeo, a childrens’ birthday party, and more.
The State Fair’s location in the city of Baton Rouge is a unique one.
It can be a great place to spend an afternoon or a day, or a great day for a picnic and a movie.
But the fair also has a lot of other events that take place nearby.
It hosts a carnaval in September, a kids’ parade in September with more than 1,300 participants, and there are other events scheduled to take place throughout the state, including a film festival and a parade.
It’s the largest fair in the nation, and has helped the state draw a lot more people than it ever has.
According to the New York Post, the State Fair drew nearly $8 billion in economic activity in 2018, making the state the fifth-largest economy in the U.S.
A lot of people who were in New Orleans in 2018 will remember the fair as a great time.
The day it opened was the first time the city was so crowded that people were forced to move.
The first time that a large-scale fair was held in the state was in