It takes place at the end of October. It is one of the longest in the area (402th edition) and among the oldest in Italy.
A tradition that is renewed and that never ceases to fascinate.
Established following an edict issued in 1614 by the Spanish governor Philip III, when Oggiono succeeded in obtaining a weekly market in its territory to the detriment of neighboring countries. Having a market meant the development of commerce and the local economy. Today it is a fair of regional importance and shows the zootechnical market of the various farms in the area.