Sorochynskiy yarmarok (fair) is a large fair national trade held in the village of Velyki Sorochyntsi near Poltava in the Myrhorodskyi Raion (district) of Ukraine. It was held five times a year during the Russian Empire, then went into a 40-year moratorium during Soviet rule. It is now held annually since its revival after Ukraine gained its independence.
The fair is a large showcase for traditional handicrafts made by skilled craftsmen, including Reshetilivka embroidery, rugs, Opishnya ceramics, as well theatrical performers who re-enact scenes of village life from famous Ukrainian stories. Many different representatives of various trade and manufacturing organizations from Poltava region, from many other Ukrainian regions and from abroad visited it. Many people went to Sorochintsy to buy various scare goods.
The fair is held every year in august.