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Rose Festival CityFair (formerly Waterfront Village), part of Portland's Official Festival, is open for three full weekends starting on Memorial Day weekend. CityFair features exciting new attractions, a brand new entertainment venue with national acts and performances, and special promotions for people of all ages. Activities include carnival rides, special attractions, musical entertainment, and the Pacific Northwest Barbecue Championship!
Unlimited Ride Wristbands are a great value! Redeemable any day of your choosing CityFair is open and good for ALL DAY. (One day use only.) Save an extra $5 when you purchase online ahead of time!
$25 Advance Online Purchase
$30 Available On-Site: May 27 - June 12
Our new entertainment venue, accessible through the main gate at Yamhill ST on SW Naito Parkway. Featuring national and local acts, come see a show or the Pacific Northwest Barbecue Championship (June 3 - 5) at the RoZone inside CityFair!
The Pacific Northwest's biggest, best and family-friendliest carnival, Funtastic features a full array of family fun, including gentle Kiddie Land rides, tried and true family favorites, and over-the-top twisters for older, more adventurous thrill seekers. It's Funtastic -- Just Possibly the World's Best Carnival!
PLEASE NOTE: Riders must be 2 years of age or older and meet height requirements to ride.
Standing 100 feet tall, Vertigo was specially purchased by Funtastic Traveling Shows for a premiere west coast appearance at the 2011 Rose Festival! Come down and give it a 'spin.'
Thursdays and Fridays from 3:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. (June 2 & 3 and June 9 & 10). Your favorite frosty brews are available every day at CityFair. During Happy Hour save some green and kick off your weekend right with special deals on fantastic food and savings on beverages south of the Morrison Bridge.
This human catapult is big, fast, and thrilling as it slings riders skyward nearly 25 stories high at over 3 Gs of gravitational force. As the highest flying ride in the Pacific Northwest, the Big Sling is perfect for big thrill seekers.
This popular live animal exhibit brings a diverse mix of exotic mammals, birds, reptiles and spiders. Tigers and lions, snakes and spiders - these unusual creatures will delight all animal lovers. This exhibit's presence helps fund an animal rescue program and 40-acre country sanctuary.
In addition to all of your festival favorite foods, this year's food court offers barbecue, Indian, Chinese, Hawaiian, Vietnamese, charcoal broiled hamburgers, pizza, Mediterranean cuisine, and more.
Community groups, ethnic performers, and local talent get down on this stage located just south of the Morrison Bridge next to the Grand Wheel. Located in the heart of the Culinary Courtyard, grab a frosty brew and some delicious treats while enjoying the show.
Help save a life by donating blood at the Rose Festival CityFair! The American Red Cross is having a blood drive on Saturday, May 28 (from 12:00 noon - 5:00 p.m.). Appointments can also be made over the phone by calling the American Red Cross at: 503.528.5603.