Columbus Greater Columbus Fair starts Tuesday, ends Sunday - WTVM.com-Columbus, GA News Weather & Sports

Columbus Greater Columbus Fair starts Tuesday, ends Sunday

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Fall is in the air, and the Greater Columbus Fair is too! The annual fall event starts this Tuesday at the Columbus Civic Center at South Commons.

It features live music, free attractions and shows, farm animals, local entertainment, exhibits, delicious fair foods games and rides provided by Dixieland Carnival Company midway.

Patrons will enjoy local and regional entertainment on two stages. On Sunday, watch the Miss Greater Columbus Fair Pageant which takes place at 2:00 p.m. on the Exhibit Hall Stage. See also the Puppetone Rockers, The Torres Family Circus, a live lion and tiger show, farm life, a petting zoo, pony rides and much more.

There are daily discounts that can fit any budget. For more information on the fair, events, and how to obtain a value pass discount ticket, check out www.ColumbusCivicCenter.org.

The festivities end Sunday, October 21.

Times: 
Tuesday – Thursday, 6pm – 11pm
Friday, 6pm – 1 am
Saturday, 11am – 1 am
Sunday, 2pm – midnight

Admission Prices & Promotions: 

Tuesday"Sneak a Peek" Night
Two Dollar Tuesday
Admission for everyone is just $2 (kids 2 and under free)

Wednesday
"Buddy Night" Buy One, Get One FREE
Unlimited Ride Wristbands
$5 – adults
$2 – seniors and children (ages 3 to 9)
Free – age 2 and under

Thursday
"Kids Night"
$5 – adults
Kids 12 & under FREE


Friday & Saturday
$7 – adults
$2 – seniors and children (ages 3 to 9)
Free – age 2 and under

Sunday
Navy Federal Credit Union "Military Appreciation Day"
$7 – adults
$2 – seniors and children (ages 3 to 9)
Free – age 2 and under
Military Appreciation - $3 for Military with ID (4 adult ticket maximum)

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