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Fort Bragg Fair returns after two-year hiatus

By Staff Report, posted 1 month ago

After a two-year hiatus due to COVID-19, the Fort Bragg Fair will return to the Fort Bragg Fairgrounds fromApril 27-May 8. 

“The Fort Bragg Fair brings together Soldiers and Families with our supportive community members,” said Col. Scott Pence, Fort Bragg Garrison Commander. “As we emerge from pandemic restrictions, we are happy to return to the normalcy of fair rides, local concerts, and nostalgic fried food concoctions.”

The fair will consist of carnival rides, games, entertainment, food and more. 

Monday through Friday there will be a customer appreciation discount for tickets at $11 between 5 p.m.-7 p.m. After that allotted time, weekday tickets will be $16 and weekend admission will be $21. Children under 36 inches tall get in for free.

On Mother’s Day, all mothers get in for free with a paying child 36” or taller up to the age of 17.

The price of admission includes unlimited rides and entertainment. Parking is free and accessible off of Bragg Boulevard to non-ID cardholders. ID cardholders may park on the installation at Watson Street. 

For more information, visit here.

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