This is the 7th annual Hancock County Fair!!!   A family affair with Live Entertainment, Midway Games and Rides, Arts and Craft Vendors, Rodeo for all ages, Livestock and Local Restaurants sharing their specialties as well as traditional fair food. Please check out the previous years photo galleries.

The goal for the Hancock County Fair is to create a fun family atmosphere for all to enjoy. Creating memories for children  and adults alike!  A percentage of the profits from the fair go toward booking entertainment and planning the next years fair.  Another percentage goes towards making improvements to the fairgrounds for the community to enjoy. 


None of this can be done without the fair board members.  They each put in countless volunteer hours to make sure YOU can have the best time possible at the fair!  If you see any of them around tell them how much you appreciate all their hard work!


The Hancock County Fair is put on by the Hancock County Community Committee a 501.c3 Non Profit organization



Paul Harris-President

Paul Is a resident of Hancock County and is currently on the Hancock County Farm Bureau Board of Directors, Chairman of the Hancock County Fair Committee. and serves on the Leadership team at his Church. He was Chairman of The Young Farmers of the Farm Bureau and Past President of the Cattleman’s Association. Paul graduated from Hancock High School and attended Pearl River Community College and The University of Southern MS.  He has also participated in 4-H as a youth in Hancock County. (

Lynn Seals-Secretary

Lynn graduated from Hancock North Central in 1982; continued her education at Phillips Business College where she graduated with an Associate’s Degree in Secretarial Science.  She is a Mississippi State Certified Fire Fighter, a First Responder and has been in the fire service for 25 years. Lynn is a Mississipi State Certified (Volunteer) Fire Fighter and presently serves as secretary for the Hancock County Fireman's Association. She has served as Vice President of the Hancock County Fair Committee, worked in the Picayune and Hancock County School District for 10 years and served on the Hancock County Human Resource Board

Aaron Lee

Aaron is the owner of Big Noise Productions LLC formed in 2003 as a DJ company in Hancock County, MS; now one of the leading production providers on the Gulf Coast.  He has been a part of many festivals working with many great entertainers on the coast in the past 11 years and has a well working knowledge of what makes festivals succeed.  Providing sound systems for large shows to small private parties, Aaron brings his knowledge of the entertainment industry to the Hancock County Fair, helping build and grow the fair for years to come

Christian Stephenson-County Coordinator

Christian serves as the County Coordinator, Agriculture and Natural Resources and 4-H Agent for Hancock County with the Mississippi State University Extension Service.  He was born in Macon, MS and grew up in rural Clarke County.  Christian graduated from Enterprise High School and from there went on to earn a Bachelor’s degree in Biological Sciences from the University of Southern Mississippi. He later attended Mississippi State University, earning a Master’s degree in Entomology and a second Master’s studying Plant Disease. Christian is currently working towards a PhD in Horticulture at Mississippi State University. 

Madella Jordan

Madella Jordan has resided in Hancock County since 1999.  She attended Northwester State University in Natchitoches, Lousiana where she studied Business and Hospitality Management.  Madella is the owner and operator of Shutup and Smile Photography, an Alumni Member of Sigma Kappa Sorority, and a memeber of the Hancock Hawk Foundation/Christian Blue Jordan Scholarship.  Madella along with her family, (Blue and Vivian) are philanthropist throughout Hancock County.

Blu Jordan

Blue Jordan resided in Hancock County since 1999.  Blue served in the United States Army and was  Row Crop farmer in Lousiana Delta for 14 years, priot to moving to Hancock County.  Blue attended Northeast State University in Monroe, Lousiana where he studied Horticulture.   Blue is currently a Property Manager for Moon Enterprises.  He is  member of the Hancock Hawk Foundation/Christian Blue Jordan Scholrahips and a philatropist throughout Hancock County.