Agrofest 2020 – The National Agricultural Exhibition

February 28, 2020

February 29, 2020

Queens Park, Bridgetown Barbados

Event Description

Agrofest is a unique agricultural exhibition that caters to the entire family.

This is Barbados Agricultural Society‘s annual Exhibition. Farmers, craft persons and processors of agricultural products are among the many exhibitors each year. Last year there were approximately 60,000 visitors over the three day show and over 250 exhibits running daily.

This year’s theme is:
We Gather We Fruits

Agrofest features include:
The best in agricultural products
Renewable Energy displays
Educational exhibits
Cooking demonstrations
Art and Craft displays
Exciting Entertainment
and much more

Enlarged Children’s Fun Zone at Weymouth B. New rides, activities and exhibits
Enlarged Bird Show and Exotic Fish expo – Steel Shed

Opening times: Fri and Sat 10:00 am to 9:00 pm; Sun 8:00 am to 9:00 pm

Tickets:
Children (u-12) Bds $4.00 – $6.00 at the door
Adults (each day) $13.00 – $18.00 at the door
Season $35.00 – $40.00 at the door

Box Offices:
Barbados Agricultural Society; Cave Shepherd, Broad Street; Ticket Centre, Massy Store, Warrens; CS Pharmacy, Broad Street; Water World Pet Store, Jordans Complex, Speightstown; Clear Vision Optical, Sky Mall; Roberts Manufacturing, Feed Store; RoundHay Pharmacy, 3 Accord Plaza, Warrens

For more information, email agrofest@basonevoice.org , call 436-6683/4 or fax 435-0651

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