Just in case you didn't get your fill during fair season, you've got another chance to see some sweet junk heaps going at it!

Nothing screams late summer more in Upstate New York than the sweet sounds of horsepower and 2 tons of Detriot steal colliding. Typically we get our fill of demolition derbies during our Upstate New York fair season which pretty much wrapped with Labor Day weekend. But, you now have an extra opportunity to see vehicles not fit for roadway passage take each other on.

Altamont Fairgrounds will be hosting a demolition derby this Saturday, September 11th at 3pm. So if you are ready to see cars get crushed, crunched and mangled admission is $15 for adults, $10 for kids. There will be food and beer available on-site. For our active military, veterans, police, and first responders admission will be only $5.

For tickets and event info click here.

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