Rain – just rain. The fair weekend of the first autumn caused a few fears, the following fortnight could prove that the largest and oldest entertaining fair in Switzerland blocked the bill. "But after a slow start, the number of visitors has obviously increased." At least that's how Daniel Arni, head of the Trade Fairs and Markets Department accounts.
"A few rainy days," added Arni, "but over the whole 16 days, the balance is positive." At midnight, the crowd was even very large, so it would be considered one of the best in recent years. "And also on the last weekend, it became clear that the trade fair for collapse was a great crowd." As in previous years, one million people have been estimated to have visited the fair.
The indoor fair increased
In each of the seven locations in Gross-a Kleinbasel, it is said that a good course of the trade fair could be observed. "The hall fair was under the motto
Daniel Arni can not tell BaZ how successful the three trading, catering and ride areas have been: "We have no idea of the turnover of the individual stalls and driving companies."
Two days longer at St Peter's Square
Even if the official Auslouten was the fair by Franz Baur's commercial fair organizer last Saturday for 12 clocks, the Autumn Fair even ends yesterday Sunday: an exception always makes St Square Peder with a wide variety of stalls, food and commercial stalls – and traditional Häfelimärt. Here the fair lasts until tomorrow Tuesday.
For Daniel He was the last fair of the autumn under his direction; On December 1, he moves to Allmendverwaltung as his director. In his place he is the communications and marketing specialist, Manuel Staub. (Basler Newspaper)
Created: 12.11.2018, 09:22 cloc