The Indiana State fair is a treat for anyone who is able to go. From a midway with lots of rides and attractions to a gigantic cheese sculpture, there is something for everyone on the 250 acres of land that the fair covers. For those not watching their weight, there are more food options than anyone could hope to try, even over the course of several days. My personal favorite was the steak tip pita, with steak tips and potatoes on pita bread, or the deathly delicious deep-fried cookie dough. One of the real highlights of the fair is the free concerts that happen nightly. This year, some of the key acts included The Turtles, the Village People, Big and Rich, and KC and the Sunshine Band. Other cool attractions I was able to check out included the giant cheese sculpture, the FFA’s free putt-putt golf, and the Main Street stage. The animals at the fair are also a sight to see, especially the world’s largest pig. Overall, the Indiana State Fair is one of the best places to visit over the summer.