Food and vendors “Hit the Bricks” this year for the Fulton Street Fair. Street space includes many types of vendors and picnic areas both shaded and sunny. Food choices include BBQ, chicken, funnel cakes, kettle corn, ice cream, and of course MUTTON along with other fair favorites. Families can also come and shop at the many vendors including children’s novelty items, leather goods, prepackaged foods, home d├ęcor, wood crafts, jewelry, candles, purses and much more. Come shop and eat at the Fulton Street Fair.

Fulton Street Fair Family Fun Run

Whether you are competitive or just out for some exercise, you will love hitting the bricks in downtown Fulton, MO! Come back to the fair that afternoon and enjoy your free drink and festivities!


This one-mile race is designed for 8th graders and younger.

Sponsored by Callaway County Health Department


Callaway car enthusiasts will cruise the bricks on Saturday afternoon 1-4pm to showcase some of the area’s rarest collectible cars and just some really cool vehicles from decades gone by.


Sponsored by William Woods University

The north end of Court Street becomes a carnival of activity during the Street Fair. Armbands or individual tickets will be available(Cash Only) for the Carnival rides such as Kiddie carousel, saucer, Ferris wheel, games, scrambler, and giant slide. Carnival opens Thursday evening with official Street Fair hours on Friday and Saturday. Armbands will ONLY be sold at the carnival ticket booth*.

Thursday: Open 6:00 to 10:00 pm.

Family Night – $25 armband session, 6 to 10 pm.

Closes at 10 pm

Friday: Open 4:00 to 11:00 pm.

$30 armbands sold 6 to 10 pm; rides remain open until 11:00pm

Closes at 11 pm

Saturday: Open noon to 11:00pm

$30 armband session, noon to 4 pm.

$30 armbands sold 6 to 10 pm; rides remain open until 11:00pm

Closes at 11 pm

Individual tickets also available for sale.

*The Fulton Street Fair will not be responsible for the loss of money due to the purchase of a fake armband

Sponsored by MFA Oil

Get your mule team together and prepare to race thru downtown. Wheeled mules will compete for The Callaway Cup on the incline of Court Street between Fourth and Fifth Street. Each mule is attached to a cable stretched from the top to the bottom of the hill and move by gravity from release down and stopped by a hay bale at the end. Entries are judged on mule appearance and speed. The Mule Derby continues to draw interest and competition. Challenge your fellow business or family and “Hit the Bricks” in the Callaway Cup Mule Derby.

After the trophy presentation of the Callaway Cup, stick around for the “Mules for SERVE” race. Local businesses race for the priviledge to donate to SERVE. This race brings out quite a bit of smack talk and friendly competition. Any business or individual can participate in the “Mules for SERVE” race, but an entry fee is required for this race. All fees are given to SERVE, Inc.