The Dixie Classic Fair is an annual fair held in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. It is one of the largest fairs in North America attaining a record in 2007 with more than 370,000 attendees of the said festivities.
The Dixie Classic Fair traces its history back to 1882, when the first festival was held. The area was still known as a part of the old town of Salem. It was celebrated as a grain exposition initially, which developed and merged after more than a decade with the Piedmont Tobacco Fair. It is formally known as the Dixie Classic Fair for Northwest North Carolina.
The Dixie Classic Fair is regularly held at the Dixie Classic Fairgrounds next to the Lawrence Joel Veterans Memorial Coliseum. It is a part of the Winston-Salem Entertainment-Sports Complex.