The Legendary Fat Pig Saloon

Yes, the Legendary Fat Pig Saloon will be open at this year's Abbotsford Agrifair



John Wayne, Terminator, Rocky, James Bond …  they all have a story to tell and they are what legends are made of!  And now…….The Legendary Fat Pig Saloon.

Open Friday, Saturday & Sunday from 8pm to 1am.  There will be plenty of boot scootin’ line dancin’ good old country tunes – not the ones your grammpy talks about – from the band Appaloosa.  Got a country favourite – get ready!  Get your thirst on and  have a blast.  Safe ride home – we’ve got you covered. Partnering with Central Valley Taxi, each person who asks, will get a taxi voucher to reduce the cab ride home.

Get ready for the Legendary Fat Pig Saloon – the only saloon to be at!

If you are a current member of UFV, with a valid 2015 ID, you can get up close and personal with The Legendary Fat Pig Saloon and see what everyone is talking about!  Friday at 5pm on July 31st YOU get into the fair for free.  Come have dinner, watch the rodeo, then come to the Pig.

For a complete interactive viewing of this year’s Agrifair check out the online magazine.

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