Ally Tanushev of Port Coquitlam is one of the many Tri-Cities residents performing and working at the PNE Fair this year.
The dancer is on stage for Remix Inferno, a popular new pyro music show on each night at the annual exhibition, which closes on Labour Day Monday (Sept. 4).
This year's end-of-summer tradition includes:
- The SuperDogs
- Knights of Valour jousting show
- an Indigenous art show and sale (including the works of Coquitlam's Ashley Jones)
- Dueling Pianos
- Monet digital art exhibit
Visitors can also see the agricultural displays, cooking demonstrations and Summer Night Concerts.
Admission to the Fair is as follows:
- adult gate pass (ages 19 to 64) = $20 in advance/$25 at the gate
- senior gate pass (ages 65 and up) = $14 in advance/$16 at the gate
- youth gate pass (ages 13 to 18) = $14 in advance/$16 at the gate
- child gate pass (ages four to 12) = $7 in advance/$9 at the gate
There is no charge for kids ages three and under.
Ride passes aren't included with the gate admission, and entry isn't included with the ride passes.
To buy tickets online, you can go to the PNE Fair's website.