Fiesta Shows Carnival lands in Manchester April 29-May 3

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The Flying Bobs is a high speed music ride where riders sit in free swinging cars.
The Flying Bobs is a high-speed music ride where riders sit in free swinging cars.

MANCHESTER, NH – The annual Manchester Spring Carnival is coming April 29-May 3 to the Coliseum Parking lot, 303 Beech St. Ride the rides, play the games, eat the cotton candy and have some good old-fashioned family fun.

Click here to check out what to expect on the midway, including the rundown on rides and attractions.

Hours of Operation:

Wednesday: 6 p.m. – close
Thursday & Friday: 2 p.m. – close
Saturday & Sunday:  1 p.m. – close

Click here for your Unlimited Ride Special coupon:
$25 per person, per day

Wednesday: 6 p.m.-closing
Thursday: 2 p.m.- 6 p.m. OR 6 p.m.-closing
Friday: 2 p.m.- 6 p.m.
Sunday: 1 p.m.- 5 p.m. OR 5 p.m.- closing

Be prepared to measure up for rides. Height requirements below:

Fiesta Shows Manchester Spring Carnival Height Requirements


About Fiesta Shows:

In 1935, the late Eugene Dean and the late Jack Flynn teamed up in the amusement park business (Dean & Flynn) in Salisbury Beach, Massachusetts. They combined their talents and business acumen to create wholesome family entertainment with emphasis on quality and the importance of fair play.

In 1950, the two showmen signed a contract to provide the carnival midway at the historic Topsfield Fair. Today, over 50 years later, Fiesta Shows continues as the exclusive carnival partner at the nation’s oldest fair – entertaining more than 500,000 patrons annually.

As the demand for wholesome family entertainment grew, so did Dean & Flynn. In 1967, Dean & Flynn purchased Fiesta Shows. Over the past few decades, Fiesta Shows has enjoyed remarkable growth and has become an annual tradition in scores of New England communities. Today, Fiesta Shows is the largest New England-based carnival in the business, and certainly, one of the biggest in the entire Northeast. Fiesta Shows owned over 100 amusement rides, from the traditional Merry-Go-Round and Tilt-A-Whirl to the Big Splash Flume Ride and thrilling Freak Out and Speed XXL.

Front Gate Food operators are also closely monitored. In addition to local independent health inspections each week, food concessions are staffed with courteous operators who serve only quality carnival foods at fair prices.


 

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