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Columbus Fair coming to Civic Center

COLUMBUS, Ga. (WTVM) -- All New Greater Columbus Fair is coming to the Columbus Civic Center Sept. 21st - 26th, and this year the fair introduces a brand new midway provider - Dixieland Carnival Company, based out of Phenix City, Alabama.

They are excited to bring new spectacular rides to the fair grounds, such as Vertigo- The south's first 100' tall swinging sensation, and the Sky wheel double Ferris wheel, to name a few, plus fun games and attractions, along with an outstanding selection of delicious fair food specialties.  

This year's daily free entertainment includes a petting zoo, exotic animal exhibition, No Joe's Clown Circus and on Tuesday and Wednesday only at 8pm …The American Daredevil Stunt show.  (See page 2 for details).   The Fair will also be presenting the 2nd annual Miss Greater Columbus Fair Pageant on Saturday from 2-5pm.

Advance sale Value Passes are available again this year for  $22 and are good for unlimitedrides and free gate admission any one day you choose.   Value Pass is available for purchase only at the Columbus Civic Center Box Office until 6pm on September 21st.  The Columbus Civic Center Box Office has extended box office hours for the next week, and are as follows:

Thursday, Sept. 16 & Friday, Sept. 17 / 8am - 8pm
Saturday, September 18 / 8am-5pm
Sunday, September 19  / 1pm - 6pm
Monday, September 20   / 8am- 8pm
Tuesday, September 21 / 8am - 6pm

Fair Hours:
Tuesday & Wednesday:  6pm - 12am  
Thursday: 4pm - 12am
Friday:  6pm - 1am
Saturday:  11am - 1am
Sunday:  2pm - 12am

For more online:
http://www.dixielandcarnival.com

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