Those who visit the Bahia Farm Show, between May 31 and June 4, in Luis Eduardo Magalhães, will be surprised by a space equipped with the latest technology in the countryside, combining comfort, safety and entertainment.
In addition to the grandeur of the machinery and the demonstration of advanced agricultural technology, which in itself attracts the curiosity of the public, the organization of Bahia Farm Show improves the experience of visitors. Visitors will be able to see 3D video exhibitions, cinemas, virtual games targeting the agricultural world, experimental areas, lectures, training and workshops by experts.
A test drive track, designed by franchisees to test drivers’ courage and vehicle resistance, is also one of the attractions of the event. Next to the forest, at the strategic stop for a snack, visitors will be able to reach one of the food courts where sandwiches, hamburgers, pastries, churros, ice cream, desserts and more will be served.
One of the exhibitors will create a “mini farm”, which should attract the attention of children. Next to Praça do Museu, the amusement park will also delight children who always visit the complex with their parents and families.
In addition to the two food courts, which already exist, the organization has opened for the first time a new gastronomy space with food trucks.
“Visitors will have a rich gastronomic experience at the Bahia Farm Show. We will also have two great restaurants, which will be operated by Tritorio Steakhouse and Sakai, which, during the five days of the fair, will ensure the necessary quality of meals for exhibitors and visitors. Speaking of entertainment, every year, Exhibitors of agricultural machinery and agricultural technologies, from financial institutions, and from agri-business enterprises, take advantage of the exhibition to connect with the most diverse audiences, bring in entertainment, games and gifts, providing further dissemination of knowledge. It is a space for exchanging experiences and learning about the world of agri-business”, As says Bahia Farm Fair CEO, Alan Maliinsky.
The organization expects about 65,000 people to move around the Bahia farm during the five days, maintaining the average number of visitors seen in recent editions of the event.
“This year, we are also using technology to facilitate entry into the complex. Tickets can be purchased in advance by scanning a QR to enter the complex, avoiding queues. As in recent releases, ample free parking, call center, medical center, restrooms and 24-hour security will be available. , all so that visitors have the best experience when visiting the stands in the complex. Since the fair is, in essence, a space dedicated to closing deals and transferring knowledge and technology to the rural man, there are no musical performances within the complex, and we continue to restrict the consumption of alcoholic beverages in the exhibition premises, Which leads to it being open for five days, from 9am to 7pm,” confirms Odasel Ranze, president of the exhibition’s organizing body, the Bahia Farmers and Irrigation Workers’ Federation (IBA).
Walking through the streets, 100% paved, most of which are covered, the public will be able to view the exhibition by famed photographer Roy Resende, which depicts the natural beauty and agricultural production of Bahian Cerrado. This year, for the first time, visitors will be able to reach Praça do Museu, where it will be possible to go back in time and see the old machines and vehicles that were already used in this area.
The new 1,920-square-meter space is part of the exhibition’s expansion, which will include in this edition 14 new exhibition islands with a total area of 190,000 square metres. In the field of family farming, visitors will be able to see Bahian handicrafts and delicacies from the land, such as food, desserts and ice cream with fruits typical of Cerrado. The organization expects about 65,000 people to move around the Bahia farm during the five days, maintaining the average number of visitors seen in recent editions of the event.
With information from Sheila Gobi, correspondent for Radio Sociedad in Barreras.
Pictures: Ascom / Bahia Farm Show