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Kite Festival, Sat 16 - Sun 17 May 2020, free entry

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Kite Festival

Kite Festival

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Join us at this year's Kite Festival Sat 16 and Sun 17 May 10am to 5pm Bridlington North Cliff (Sewerby Fields)

Grab a picnic blanket and head to the coast, Bridlington Kite Festival is returning for its biggest and best year in 2020!

Internationally renowned kite flyers will fill the skies with magical and colourful displays, alongside highly skilled sequences to a range of music.

A wide variety of kites will be flying high including rare Oriental Kites, Indian Fighter Kites and some of the world’s largest inflatables.

Don’t forget, bring your bravest cuddly toy for our Teddy Bear Parachute and they will receive a Certificate for their courage!
Back on the ground, local traders will be cooking up a storm with a range of Street Food and local produce for that perfect picnic. Bring something to sit on, or use one of the picnic benches whilst you enjoy the displays overhead.

With Traditional Fairground Rides, Active Coast’s ‘Have a field Day’ (Inflatables/Nerf Zone) and one of the best coastal views our region has to offer, the Bridlington Kite Festival is the perfect family outing this May. The best bit? It's free!

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Dates Times
Sat 16 - Sun 17 May 2020 10:00 to 17:00

Prices

Free entry

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Sat 16 - Sun 17 May Kite Festival

Address

Bridlington,
YO15 2LS

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Map reference: TA 192677  Lat: 54.09141 Long: -0.17897

By Road:
The nearest town is Bridlington. Access from the South via the A164, A163 and A166 through the Wolds to Bridlington. From the north take the A1, A19 A166 coastal route.

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