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Canada COVID-19: PNE hosting drive-through Canada Day celebration

05:51  30 june  2020
05:51  30 june  2020 Source:   vancouversun.com

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a close up of a toy: The Pacific National Exhibition will celebrate Canada Day with a reverse parade. The Pacific National Exhibition will celebrate Canada Day with a reverse parade.

The Pacific National Exhibition will celebrate Canada Day with a reverse parade.

On Wednesday, from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m., PNE guests are encouraged to decorate their vehicles — and themselves —  in a Canadian theme and drive along a parade route inside the PNE grounds where they will be entertained by live performers, logger sports, and a celebration of hockey.

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Tickets are $10 per vehicle and available online .

Fair food, which includes corn dogs, hot dogs, poutine, cotton candy, and lemonade, must be also be purchased online in advance .

“We’ve seen a huge amount of support for our previous drive-through events and we can’t wait to kick off the rest of our summer events with this Canada Day Celebration,” said PNE CEO Shelley Frost.

The PNE has previously hosted drive-through food events, like the Father’s Day Car-B-Q, and plans to offer more car-friendly features during The Fair at the PNE in late August.

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