BRIDLINGTON KITE FESTIVAL 2021

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Some of the world’s largest inflatable kites take to the skies above the dramatic cliffs of the East Yorkshire coast for the annual Bridlington Kite Festival.Kites of all descriptions, sizes and colours take to the air for two days of aerial displays over Sewerby Fields. From flying frogs to sky-high snakes and leaping lizards to daredevil dragons, scores of exotic inflatables add a splash of colour to the cliff tops above the popular seaside resort of Bridlington.Year on year a number of internationally renowned experts return to provide spectacular displays for hundreds of spectators over the weekend. As well as professional demonstrations, visitors can have their own chance to have a go with kites available for loan during supervised sessions.Along side of this vast array of giant inflatable kites, you will find street food stalls, fairground rides and children’s entertainment – making it an action packed, fun filled festival for all the family.

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23 January 2022

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