Lafayette, La. (KADN) — The Cajun Heartland State Fair will come to a close a Sunday night, so it's not too late to enjoy the great rides and attractions at the fair grounds in the CajunDome parking lot. The fair features many new attractions this year, the most popular thus far as been the high diving show. We spoke with one of the divers/performers about the show and how the fair has been going so far.
"When the weather has been cooperating the crowds out here have been very, very large and very, very receptive to our type of show. I think it's the first time that high diving has been in this part of Louisiana in many, many years. Maybe over a decade. So it's something new, it's something fresh, and it's something fun so everybody come on out. " - Dana Kunze of Dana Kunze Watershow Productions, Inc.
The Cajun Heartland State Fair is an 11 day fair produced by North American Midway Entertainment and the CajunDome staff. It's attracts over 175,000 people annually, and this year's 26th installment of the fair has seen record crowds despite the rainy weather. It's a great a family oriented event. For more info on the fair or for tickets go to the CajunDome's website at www.cajundome.com