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Bigger and Better 36th Annual Broadway Street Fair

August 8th, 2019

Tags: Bouncy Castle British Car Show broadway street fair Face Painting food trucks Kids Kingdom Miss Persona Pancake Breakfast Petting Zoo Pony Rides The Cycle Show

Bigger and Better 36th Annual Broadway Street Fair

The Broadway Business Improvement District (Broadway BID) is proud to present the 36th Annual Broadway Street Fair. Street Fair is always hosted the Saturday following the September long weekend; this year, Saturday, September 7th, 2019. This is Broadway’s largest one day event each year, drawing thousands to the street.

The annual Grace-Westminster pancake breakfast will take place again during this year’s Street Fair! Visit Grace-Westminster United Church from 8 AM to 11 AM on the morning of September 7th for a delicious pancake breakfast!

The Street Fair runs from 10am to 5pm with an eclectic array of street performers, vendors, artists, musicians, dancers and Broadway merchants selling their best mark downs and sales of the year. Headlining the music stage will be Miss Persona, children’s television performer from Treehouse TV. Community performers will also be featured throughout Saturday.

Aside from the Community Stage there will be the same entertainment everyone looks forward each fall: giant super slide, silent auction tent, food trucks, art and crafts. The free Kids Kingdom is always a huge draw for its petting zoo, pony rides, bouncy castles, and face painting.

Along with the British Car Show there will be a Show and Shine of another variety – The Cycle Show featuring custom, vintage, and unique bicycles.

If you would like to sign up your bicycle or bicycles for The Cycle Show, please fill out the form here.

To be a vendor at the Street Fair please fill out the form here. There’s still space for you!

If you would like to busk at the Street Fair please fill out the form here.

The Broadway BID looks forward to hosting the community for another sunny Street Fair. Each year this event renews Broadway’s historic role as Saskatoon’s cultural main street. Thanks kindly to the event sponsors, Tourism Saskatchewan, Affinity Credit Union, SaskTel and the many merchants of Broadway.