South Florida Fair to bring back $2 Tuesday next week
WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. — Due to popular demand and as a thank you to fairgoers who supported the mini-fair in January and the current fair, South Florida Fair organizers are bringing back $2 Tuesday.
That means admission to the fair on Tuesday, May 18, will be just $2 and may be purchased at the gate. Kids 10 and younger will be free. In addition, every food vendor will offer a sample food item for just $2 and most rides also will be $2.
South Florida Fair organizers first offered $2 Tuesdays during the 2017 fair as part of a “Fat Tuesdays” promotion during that year’s New Orleans-themed fair.
The $2 admission includes various exhibits, interactive activities, shows and entertainment, including the ever-popular ice skating show, a Vegas style comedy hypnotist show, Steve Trash’s Science of Ecology show, the Agricadabra: Going Green with Ag show, street performers, concerts on the Coca Cola stage, the Cool Zoo exhibit with live tortoises, birds and butterflies, baby marmosets, a 40-foot Lego exhibit, the all-new Sundy Fresh Market, an augmented reality experience titled “Air, Land & Sea,” agricultural shows, Yesteryear Village’s exhibit of small and baby animals, and of course, racing pigs.
For more information, photos and videos about the South Florida Fair, go online to www.southfloridafair.com.
About the South Florida Fair: The South Florida Fair is produced by the South Florida Fair & Palm Beach County Expositions, Inc., a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. Located at 9067 Southern Boulevard in West Palm Beach, the 2021 South Florida Fair will be held May 7-23. For more information, call 561-793-0333 or visit the website, http://www.southfloridafair.com.