Fans of the Bristol Balloon Fiesta have the chance to see the event like never before in 2020.
Organisers of the world-renowned event, which attracts hundreds of thousands of people to Ashton Court, have launched a ‘Patrons of the Fiesta’ scheme which includes perks for those who sign up.
By becoming a patron, people will be granted a close-up view of some of the Fiesta’s most spellbinding moments, as well as helping to ensure the iconic event continues for years to come.
The cost of becoming a Patron of the Fiesta is £29.50 for adults and £14.50 for children, for every day of the event.
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Perks of signing up include being given access to the launch field where people can get up close and personal to the balloons during the mass ascents, get a souvenir programme and safety briefing card and be entered into a prize draw to win a balloon flight for two.
For more information and to become a patron, visit the Balloon Fiesta’s website.
The Bristol Balloon Fiesta takes place between August 6-9 2020 and will play host to more than 100 hot air balloons of all shapes and sizes over the course of four days.
With the growth of the event there has been an increase in the number of activities available to the public, ensuring it provides a fun and free family day out.
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Alongside the balloon ascents there is a wide range of entertainment on offer including aerial displays, children’s activities, fairground rides, food stalls and bars, balloon tethering and demonstrations and a local music stage.
Full list of perks for patrons:
• Get up close and personal to the balloons during morning and evening ascents, with access to the launch field
• A prime spot for spectacular Nightglow and Fireworks finale, right in the middle of the launch field
• A souvenir programme and safety briefing card
• Access to the Balloon enclosure and catering area
• Entered into a prize draw to win a balloon flight for two during a mass ascent
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