QCX ready to entertain families and thrill seekers

Musician Jason DeRulo graced the stage Wednesday night at the Queen City Ex, in what REAL District CEO Tim Reid said was going to be a highlight of the summer.
Including today, there are still three more days remaining at the QCX.
Reid talked about the highlights of the fair.
“Honestly, value for money, at $18 to get into the gates and watch Jason DeRulo is probably the best value for an entertainment experience that exists this summer,” said Reid. “So I would say the food, obviously the rides, and I think the entertainment that’s on the stage.”
Earlier this week, the Real District partnered with the Regina Open Door Society to give new Canadians their first taste of a big North American Fair.
“For any of us that are long time community members here, or frankly across the rest of Canada, the North American fair is kind of a custom for us. But if you’re coming from somewhere that’s not north America, the festival is actually quite a strange experience,” Reid said.
Reid said they partnered with North American Midway to provide the experience. And he said taking someone who’s never seen a Ferris wheel and take them up to the top, is a highlight of the fair for him.
Gates close at 11 tonight, Saturday and Sunday.

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