YAY, Let's go to the EX.
A favorite event to the 1.4 million+ visitors who visit the CNE every year, this event also signals the end of Summer. Let's make the most of this long weekend.
The Air Show ends at 3pm, so I decided to have this event at 4:30pm. The Air Show while spectacular to look at, is not very easy on the ears. It is quite loud.
We will meet between 4:30pm and 4:45pm and will start walking into the CNE at 4:50pm.
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PLEASE NOTE:- It will be busy, so give yourself enough time to get there. After 4:45pm, I will not be answering my phone, so if your are late, you will be on your own.
We will roam the streets within the CNE and have a blast eating, riding and watching items on display.
There will be 25 to 35 vintage Mustangs on view on Princes’ Boulevard mere steps away from the Automotive Building
Trampo Wall is a thrilling acrobatic experience coming to the CNE for the first time. The show features trampolines and performers walking on vertical walls, entering into windows and bouncing off roofs.
The highly popular CNE Daily Parade returns to the CNE once again! Now in its 13th year, the parade will make its way through the CNE grounds a 6 pm each day with the much coveted Mardi Gras necklaces being tossed from the parade floats to the delight of crowds.
This year the parade will be themed to celebrate Canada 150!
We will also take in the Laser Illusion Experience @ 8:30pm after which we will head under the tracks to Liberty Village for Part 2 of the activity, where we discuss what we liked about the CNE, share pictures and have a cold one.
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CNE Sign — As part of Canada’s 150th birthday, this year’s True North theme will include an eight-foot-tall CNE sign with a large Canadian maple leaf to rival that of the iconic TORONTO sign at Nathan Phillips Square. The sign will be located on the west end of the Exhibition grounds near the Princess Margaret Fountain.
Unity Pole — In keeping with the same theme, further 150th anniversary celebrations include a Unity Pole display made from a 25-foot-tall cedar tree to celebrate Canada’s indigenous heritage. Ojibway artist Kris Nahrgang’s creation incorporates indigenous universal symbols.
Trampo Wall – A trampoline show like no other. Performers walk on vertical walls, pass through windows and bounce off roof tops. The acrobatic experience is located south of the Enercare Centre outside Hall C on Princes’ Boulevard.
Laser Illusion Experience – Catch a glimpse of a little bit of magic mixed in with some high-tech lasers for a cutting-edge light show. The visual experience will be held nightly on Prince’s Blvd. at 8:30 p.m., 9:30 p.m. and 10:30 p.m.
Aerial Acrobatics & Ice Skating Show
Animals & More
CNE Games Galore
CNE Innovation Garage
Stage, Stunt & Talent Shows
Walks & Talks