Kidapalooza Fall Festival

The Kidapalooza Fall Festival is your passport to all things fun! It's one of York Region's most popular Fall festivals and for good reason – it's the only indoor festival of its kind with over 50,000 sq ft of amusement. While the event still hosts some outdoor activities, it features Kidapalooza's signature play and creative stations, interactive inflatables, mechanical rides, stage shows, rock climbing, special guest appearances, and so much more – all indoors! 

You'll also find midway rides and games, food trucks, character meet & greets, and the chance to participate in costume contests to win great prizes. Visit the pumpkin patch with pumpkins galore, the petting zoo, or shop local and artisan vendors. 

New this year! Life-sized, roaring, moving dinosaurs are taking over the Kidapalooza Fall Festival with the Animatronic Dinosaur Exhibit. Kids will be able to sit atop one of the dinos for the perfect photo-op. There's a kid-friendly haunted house and lots of new rides and inflatables. Interactive zones with art, sports, dance, LEGO, and many more activities will keep the youngsters busy.

Kidapalooza Fall Festival takes place at the Markham Fairgrounds so get in costume and join the fun at this year's festival which runs from Saturday, October 12 to Monday, October 14, 2019. Find out more at Save 10% on admission tickets with code 4KIDS.

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