Weekend passes are $25 for adults, $10 for children 6 to 12, at Tri-City Albertsons stores or with cash only at the gate.
Today's passes are $15 for adults and $5 for children; Sunday, $25 for adults and $5 for children.
Tri-City Jack in the Box restaurants have free tickets for kids 6 to 12 both days. Kids 5 and younger are free.
Three-day cold pit passes, including admission to the park, are $45. One-day pit passes are $10 without park admission. They are sold at the gate.
Bleacher tickets are a $5 upgrade for ages 6 and older, sold at the gate or bleachers.
Parking fees are charged each time cars enter the lots.
Columbia Park parking is $5 Saturday. Columbia Park opens at 8 a.m. and closes at 10 p.m. Use the Highway 240 entrance. Pasco parking is $5 Saturday. Look for official Water Follies parking signs off Sylvester Street.
Sunny with a high near 90.
A full schedule of events is at www.waterfollies.com.
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Ben Franklin Transit offers boat race service Saturday and Sunday. Hourly into the park 9 a.m. until noon from Knight Street Transit Center in Richland and Huntington Transit Center in Kennewick. Small buses leave the park at noon, 1 and 2 p.m. Fifteen minutes after the final event each day, buses begin leaving park for the transit centers.
Cost is $1.50; children under 5 free. A family of up to five can buy a $4 ticket. Seniors and the disabled with a transit ID are 75 cents. Freedom passes accepted.
What to take
Coolers, lawn chairs, blankets, tarps and umbrellas permitted. Coolers are subject to search. Not allowed: pets, weapons, glass items, skateboards, squirt bottles, squirt guns, skateboards and alcohol.