Great Falls Balloon Festival is an end of the week-long festival including hot air inflatables, nourishment, and stimulation. With the help of nearby organizations, a multitude of volunteers and the agreeable endeavors of the urban communities of Lewiston and Auburn, the celebration has picked up a national notoriety as a top of the line occasion and is a goal for some, guests to the territory of Maine. Based at Simard-Payne Memorial Park in Lewiston—with extra amusement and sustenance contributions at Festival Plaza in Auburn—the celebration draws in around 100,000 guests consistently. The Androscoggin River and rough Great Falls give a beautiful setting to the many inflatables that visit every year, including some extraordinary shape inflatables.
With free confirmation, a huge number of dollars raised by taking an interest non-benefits and financial effect in an overabundance of $2,000,000, it's anything but difficult to perceive any reason why our locale anxiously envisions the celebration every year. Inflatable dispatches are booked for 6 a.m. furthermore, 6 p.m. day by day, climate allowing. At the point when the inflatables aren't overhead, there is still bounty to do: many sustenance stalls offer everything from lime rickeys to taco plate of mixed greens, flapjack breakfast take after the morning dispatches, specialty and exchange corners welcome perusing, a youngsters' region with amusements, a ricochet house and face painting and live stimulation on two phases. Jubilee rides, a motorcade and different showings and challenges round out the end of the week's occasions.