If you have not been to the Big E in West Springfield, Massachusetts, you are missing out!
Over one million people from New England and beyond visit the Big E each year.
Big E fan and supporter Mark Dibattista says that he has been to the fair almost every year since 1974 and had made it a yearly family tradition.
Carnival games, prizes, rides and food take the Big E to the next level. In addition, states from all over New England are represented at the Big E, including the Rhode Island house!
From Kenyon's Johnny Cakes, to Del's Lemonade, to chocolates from Lady Ann's Candies, there is a Rhode Island treat for everyone.
Put your walking (or dancing) shoes on, and head over to the Big E !
The Big E is open daily from now until September 30, for information of how to get tickets Click Here .
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