The program of the Comtoise Fair Tuesday May 7, 2024 –

The United Kingdom invites itself to the Fair

This year, the Comtoise Fair is transporting its visitors to the United Kingdom to experience a British escape. In order to be totally anchored in the atmosphere of these countries, a Celtic village built into the enclosure from the Palais des Congrès, Hall E will take place throughout the duration of the event.

  • Connemara landscapes (Game of Thrones filming locations)
  • Traditional Celtic products
  • Traditional Irish pub
  • Retrospective of the history of the Titanic

Travel Northern Ireland with a photo exhibition, put together by photographer Spag.

  • Palais des Congrès, Hall E
  • Every day

Discover traditional British music

Every day the Lost of Spoon, a duo specializing in Celtic music, will play on the village stage.

  • Palais des Congrès, Hall E

The show “What Else United Kingdom”

This show offers a journey through music and an adventure full of emotions to the rhythm of the various facets of the country.

  • Performances at 11:30 a.m., 3 p.m., 5 p.m. and 8 p.m.
  • Performance hall (Hall B2)

The traditional funfair

For thrill-seekers, not to be missed: the funfair, made up of emblematic attractions and three new rides. The Amnesia, a ride whose arms with multiple programs will make you spin in all directions, the Tagada Mexicana in which you are challenged to keep your balance and the UFO which will make you fly thanks to an impressive centrifugal force of 5G . It’s also the return of the Bungee Katapult!

Family attractions and activities will also be present such as roller coasters or duck fishing.


Every day you can meet various outdoor exhibitors in the following areas:

  • Mechanics and equipment
  • Green spaces & market alley
  • Animals & agricultural equipment

Inside we will also find some exhibitors such as:

  • Artisans of the world, Reception hall
  • Furnishing, Hall B1

Catering at the Comtoise fair

THE restaurant and pub “The Mayfair” installed in the Palais des Congrès, Hall Ewill offer various specialties from different countries every day.

In the Hall C and Hall D1-D2local products are showcased in typical restaurants in our regions.

Exhibition “Titanic: the story of a giant”

Not to be missed, a reconstruction made from the unique and private collection of Pascal HENNEBERT, of what was his incredible story, the tragedy and the mystery of this shipwreck in the icy waters of the North Atlantic. A unique exhibition rich in numerous documents, models, films and objects!

  • Palais des Congrès – Mezzanine

Agricultural activities

Discover the educational mini-farm, one of the many activities for young and old alike to better understand the agricultural world while having fun.

  • Agricultural village -Outdoor
  • Every day

Meeting with Henri Leconte

Henri Leconte, professional tennis player, will be present for a signing session of his book “New Balls”.

Animation CelloGraff

During the Fair, Sébastien Lombardo will create various ephemeral frescoes on industrial stretched Cellophane called CelloGraff but also on a wooden structure.

An introduction to Street Art will also be possible.

  • Congress Palace
  • Workshops on May 7 from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m.

CDOS25 and the Olympic fair

The Departmental Olympic and Sports Committee of Doubs provides information on sporting practices in a fun way, as the 2024 Olympic Games approach.

New ! Survival workshops

“Savoir faire + avec -” offers 15-20 min workshops to learn various survival techniques.

Kangaroo Kids

Take advantage of a free childcare service allowing parents to take their time to visit the 110,000 m2 of the Comtoise Fair!

  • Every day from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m.

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Comtoise Fair 2024

Hours of operation

From 10 a.m. to 11 p.m.*, except May 5 & 6 from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. and May 12 from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.
*Closing of the Housing and Furnishing halls at 9 p.m. at night
Access via all entrances (except: n°2 St Ferjeux and n°3 Mouras, closed at 9 p.m. at night)

Free admission

Monday May 6 and Tuesday May 7 until 1:30 p.m.
For children under 6 years old
Saturday May 4 or Saturday May 11 for holders of the Youth Advantage Card, upon presentation of the coupon.
Thursday May 9 from 7 p.m. upon presentation of the Youth Advantage Card.

Entry fee

Normal price: €6
Reduced price**: €5
**12/18 year olds, job seekers, students and people with disabilities. (upon presentation of proof)
Child rate (6/11 years old) accompanied by an adult: €3
Presale on our online ticket office
No waiting at the checkout!
“Car” fare for users of the Mobigo LR201 and LR202 lines traveling in the direction Vesoul > Besançon: €4.50 (on presentation of a €1.50 Mobigo unit ticket purchased the same day)

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For a day ticket + 1 entry to the Fair (valid for 24 hours from validation on the bus/tram and/or at the Fair, for unlimited journeys on the network)
Available in all Ginko sales channels (excluding driver)
Reloadable on flexible cards (***support cost extra €0.20)

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