Wolverhampton Fiesta to return to West Park

By Liam Keen | Wolverhampton | Attractions | Published:

From 'explosive' monster trucks to death-defying stunt men - a fan's favourite funfair is returning to Wolverhampton.

The event, titled 'Wolverhampton Fiesta', is returning for it's fourth consecutive year to West Park.

It's running for the weekend of July 13-14 and will offer entertainment, rides and performances for all the family.

Organised by Harry Jones Company, the funfair was originally known as the City Show.

Harry Jones, organiser of Wolverhampton Fiesta and owner of the company, said: “I’m so proud to be bringing Wolverhampton Fiesta to West Park for yet another year and we’re determined to make this one the best one yet.

"Over the past four years, we have become a summer staple for so many families in the city and as a Black Country born-and-bred business, it’s great to see the community come together for a weekend of fun.

"This will always be an event close to our hearts and we can’t wait to welcome everyone for another fabulous Fiesta."

The two-day extravaganza will welcome a whole host of entertainment taking place on stage and in Wolverhampton Fiesta’s arena space.

Entrants to the park will be welcome to watch some incredible performances from the mighty monster trucks to the Bird of Prey exhibition and the death-defying Wayne Vander, a stunt artist all the way from South Africa, who will take on the Wheel of Death.


Guests can also get in on the action and try their hand at circus skills, take a ride in a monster truck, and zip-wire across the Fiesta.

The funfair will offer dodgems, bouncy castles, the space ride and ghost train, among others.

Harry added: “Wolverhampton Fiesta is the perfect place to bring the whole family to enjoy a fun-filled day of entertainment, experience an eclectic choice of rides suitable for small children and of course, the big kids, whilst enjoying some great food and drink at one of our food stalls."

The event is running from 12pm - 7pm on both days and will also offer licensed bars, food courts and trade stalls.

Entry is £3 for adults and £2 for children and rides are individually priced, while all entertainment is free.

More information can be found at the Harry Jones Fun Fair Facebook page and people interesting in hosting a stall can contact

Liam Keen

By Liam Keen
Sports Reporter

Sports journalist at the Express & Star, primarily covering Walsall FC and grassroots sport across the Black Country and Staffordshire. Got a story? Get in touch on 01902 319456.


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