due to the coronavirus pandemic,
the 2020 Venetian carnival
has been canceled.
The carnival and midway, which opens on Wednesday, July 21, includes popular rides such as bumper cars, Tilt-a-Whirl and the Swings, as well as more docile rides for the younger ones. Returning to the Venetian Festival, the popular Traverse City-based Arnold Amusements Company will again be providing the rides, games and goodies. The rides, midway and amusements will return to their usual position on downtown Mason Street and in the neighboring city parking lots to the north.
Rides, games, and treats will be available from 5 pm – 11 pm on Wednesday, July 21; 12 pm – 11 pm on Thursday, July 22, 1 pm – 11 pm on Friday July 23 and 11 am – 11 pm on Saturday, July 24.
On Wednesday, the rides are $10 for 10 (must buy a sheet of 10 tickets). Thursday and Friday tickets are $1.25 each or 18 for $20. On Thursday (which is Kid’s Day at the Festival) you can also enjoy unlimited rides with the purchase of a $17 armband. On Friday, tickets are regularly priced, however, $20 armbands may be purchased. Regular tickets are otherwise $1.25 each. All rides take three to four tickets.