To celebrate the opening of the Fair’s new home in Bristol, here’s how to have a fair day in your life without breaking the bank.
Be careful of what you buy and don’t wear in public, but don’t forget to buy a hat or scarf if you want to stay safe.
If you’re not feeling too silly, there are some pretty fun, silly, fun-filled activities that can make a great start to the fair.
Take part in a fair-themed quiz, such as ‘Where’s my hat?’, and if you’re up for a little challenge, you can win a $1,000 prize if you answer correctly.
Head to the ‘Cherry Blossom’ pavilion where you’ll be able to dress up as a cherry blossom, play a game of fairground chum, and be the centre of a musical performance by a group of performers.
There are also plenty of other activities, including free activities, the Fair-themed film festival, a free children’s fair, and a number of fair-related activities.
The Fair is one of Bristol’s most popular cultural events, attracting around 1.5 million visitors a year, and is a great opportunity for the community to enjoy a little fun and entertainment.
To find out more about the fair visit www.bristovillefair.org