Friday at Water Follies

By the Herald staffJuly 25, 2013 

Tickets

No tickets are needed today.

Weekend passes are $25 for adults and $10 for ages 6-12. Daily passes are $15 adults, $5 kids for on Saturday, and $25 adults and $5 kids on Sunday.

Three-day pit passes, which include admission to the park and the cold pits, are $45. Daily pit pass is $10.

Tickets can be purchased in advance at all Tri-City Albertson's stores or the Water Follies office at 621 N. Gum St., Suite A, Kennewick.

A full schedule of events can be viewed at www.waterfollies.com.

Weather

The smell of smoke may hang in the air and horizons may be hazy today as smoke from wildfires in Oregon and near Goldendale drifts. If the wind picks up this weekend, the fires could grow.

Hot temperatures will continue today in the Tri-Cities with a highs approaching 100. The weather will cool slightly through the weekend with a high of about 93 on Saturday and 90 Sunday under sunny skies.

Coverage

See full race coverage including stories, video, photo galleries and schedules at tricityherald.com. Follow the action and events in the park on the Herald's Facebook page and Twitter, @TriCityHerald. Tweet using #WaterFollies. Send us your photos at tricityherald.com/sendphoto.

Bus schedule

Transit buses run hourly 9 a.m. and noon only Saturday and Sunday from the Knight Street Transit Center in Richland and Huntington Transit Center in Kennewick. Buses leave the park from 1 to 3 p.m.

Also, buses are available 15 minutes after the final events both days to return fans to the transit stations.

Cost is $1.50 each way for ages 6 and older. Family rate is $4 for up to five people. Seniors and disabled with Ben Franklin Transit ID cards pay 75 cents. Freedom passes accepted.

Dial-A-Ride is available by reservations: 735-0160.

Parking

Parking fees are charged each time cars enter or re-enter the lots. Columbia Park and Pasco viewing area fees are $5 today; $10 Saturday and Sunday. To access viewing areas from Pasco look for signs along Sylvester Street.

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