Boston Area Fall Fairs 2012

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This year’s annual post of Boston Area Fall Fairs highlights both the Topsfield Fair and the Big E which kicks off today.  Interestingly enough Hot Chelle Rae will be performing at both.  They will be at the Big E’s Comcast Arena stage on Friday September 21 and at the TopsField Fair in October on October 6th.  Bridget Mendler of Disney’s Good Luck Charlie will also be performing on the 6th .

These 2 fairs are part of what I consider the Big 3 (not to be confused with Celtics past) that take place annually and have been part of many families annual traditions.  The third of course is the King Richard’s Faire.  All 3 have a large amount of activities for both young and old.  The Topsfield Fair has even added a 5k road race that takes place on September 23d.  The trick to getting the most out of your trips to the fairs is to plan and prioritize your visits.

Thankfully all 3 of these events have extensive websites covering the activities, performances, schedules and directions to all of their fair activities.  If you are hoping to get the musical performances be sure to buy the tickets online in advance so you won’t get shut out.  Visit their websites for the details:

Topsfield Fair

The Big E

King Richard’s Faire (also referred to as the New England Renaissance Festival

If you don’t mind leaving the state another Festival to consider is the NH Highland Games & Festival up at Loon Mountain in Lincoln New Hampshire.  A celebration of all things Scottish it even features Celtic Music.

You can also get more info on our previous annual posts about the Boston Area’s Fall Fairs:

Boston Fall Fairs 2011

Boston Area Fall Fairs 2010

Fall Fairs Worth the Drive

Here is a video from a Hot Chelle Rae live performance , they expected to perform this year:

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