The modified Tulsa state fair is open and it is bringing out people looking for their fried fair food fix.
The Tulsa state fair has about a dozen food vendors, some agriculture vendors, a Ford exhibit and their livestock show still happening.
There is also a DJ and live music.
Masks are required for the event and there are signs reminding people to social distance and sanitize their hands.
Chico Harper from Hardenbrooks Concessions said, "We come here with a lot of stands and expect to do a lot of business but we're happy to be here, and don't forget about us."
Fairgoers said it is important to support their businesses and come out to enjoy a sense of normalcy.