It's hard to believe that we're already a month into summer, but the events are just starting to gear up across Western New York.

Concerts are always a big event every summer, but fairs and festivals are also popular and even though we have the Erie County Fair to look forward to in August, there's a festival taking place before that down in the southtowns.

It's called the Fair Food & Fun in the Village of Hamburg.

This event looks incredible. It will take place Saturday, July 31st from 12-6 pm and will feature a ton of awesome foods from around Hamburg.

Deep-fried pickles and Oreo's, cotton candy, popcorn, tacos, ribbon fries, hot dogs, cakes, candy and so much more!

According to the Hamburg VBAC, there will be games, entertainment, and giveaways that afternoon as well.

Don't worry, there will be lemonade and even wine slushies there, too!

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This looks like a blast. Hamburg is easily one of the best food scenes across Western New York and it will be a lot of fun to try out all these different foods and treats that the Village of Hamburg has to offer that Saturday.

The event is free to attend and will take place in the Village of Hamburg. I live a short drive away down Abbott Road and I believe my fiancee and I will be free that day, so this looks like something we're going to need to attend!

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