Fair organizers have reached a compromise that will allow the fun zone and other popular attractions to operate at the 2022 San Diego County Fair.
After a judge ruled that the process of selecting the vendor who would provide amusement rides and carnival games was "essentially rigged," it looked like the Fair would be without some of its most popular attractions.
The lawsuit was initiated by Tally Amusements who lost the Fair's contract to a rival company, Ray Cammack Shows.
However, on Monday the Fair announced that the 22nd Agricultural Association (who operates the fairgrounds) reached a short-term agreement that will utilize the services of both companies, to "will allow for fairgoers to enjoy a full spectrum of carnival foods, games and rides."
Tally Amusements agreed to pause litigation regarding the long-term agreement the Fair entered into with Ray Cammack Shows, so that all three parties could “focus on a successful 2022 fair.”