Denver Days – 2015

It’s the last day of Denver Days 2015! Head out early for a run and stay for lunch. Lots for things happening today for the family to enjoy! However, rides do not open until 12:00 pm. 

Today’s Schedule: 
DD 5K Registration
8:00 AM PM
DD 5K Rescue Squad Park 9:30 AM
DD Fun Run Rescue Squad Park 10:30 AM
Rides Open 12:00 PM
Showcase: Dance, Martial Arts, Gymnastics 12:00 PM
CORN HOLE TOURNAMENT Registration 12:30 PM
Daredevil Frisbee Dogs 1:00 PM
CORN HOLE TOURNAMENT 1:00 PM
Showcase: Dance, Martial Arts, Gymnastics 2:00 PM
Daredevil Frisbee Dogs 3:00 PM
The SAGE 4:00 PM  (Music)
Camryn Wilson 5:00 PM  (Music)
The Southern Experience Band 6:00 PM  (Music)
Awards & Introductions 7:30 PM
20 Ride 8:00 PM  (Music)


Denver Days – 2015

It’s finally Friday and Denver Days has an action packed evening for you and your family. Enjoy good food, rides, games and great music until 11:00!

Today’s Schedule:
Festival Gates Open 4:00 PM
Rides Open 5:00 PM
Dylan Riddle 6:00 PM  (Music)
Nikki Fellows 7:00 PM  (Music)
Tyler Hatley & the LMB 8:00 PM  (Music)

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Denver Days – 2015 CANCELED

Due to the rain and the amount of rain expected this weekend, Friday and Saturday have been canceled.

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Denver Days – 2015

It’s finally fall and that means it’s time Denver Days! This year it starts September 30th and runs until October 3rd. Enjoy good food, fair rides, games & great music! A fun & family event 

Today’s Events Include: 
Special Needs Kids Fun Day 1:00 PM – 3:00 PM
Festival Gates Open 4:00 PM
Student Fun Night – All Rides One Price 5:00 PM
Glass Hammers 6:00 PM  (Music)
Something Clever 8:00 PM  (Music)

Denver Days – 2015

It’s finally fall and that means Denver Days is in town! This year it starts September 30th and runs until October 3rd. Enjoy good food, fair rides, games and great music! A fun and family event 

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Festivals: Denver Days – 2014

Last day of the 12th annual Denver Days festival. Enjoy rides, food, live music, arts & crafts & more!

Things to remember for Today:
* Parking is FREE at Rock Springs Elementary School
* Gates open at 12:00 pm & close 11:00 pm 
* Free Concerts from 12:00 pm -8:30 pm
     Local Dance Studios, Martial Arts Studios & Gymnastic Demos from 12-3:00pm
     Joyful Hearts take the stage at 3:00 pm
     Souls of Surrender SOS take the stage at 4:00 pm
     Sage takes the stage at 5:00 pm
     Craig Woodland Band closes the stage down starting at 7:30 pm
* 1/2 and 1/2 drawing at 9:00 pm
* Farmers Market is from 8-12pm in the same location

Festival: Denver Days – 2014

Day 3 of the 12th annual Denver Days festival. Enjoy rides, food, live music, arts & crafts & more!

Things to Remember for Today:
* Parking is FREE at Rock Springs Elementary School
* Gates open at 4:00 pm & close at 11:00 pm
* Rides open at 5:00 pm 
* Free concerts from 6:30pm – 9 pm
     Guitarist Bob May takes the stage at 6:30 pm
     Tree House takes the stage at 7:15 pm 
     Sun Dried Vibes takes the stage at 8:45 pm
* 1/2 and 1/2 drawing at 9:00 pm

Festival: Denver Days – 2014

Day two of the 12th annual Denver Days festival! Enjoy rides, food, live music, arts & crafts & more!

Things to Remember for Today:
* Parking is FREE at Rock Springs Elementary School
* Gates open at 4:00 pm & close 10:00 pm 
* Rides open at 5:00 pm & close at 9:00 pm
* Student Fun Nights- 5:00-9:00pm  (ride all rides for 1 price)
* Special Needs Fun Day- 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm
* Concerts on Thursday – 6:30pm – 8:30 pm
     Eleven Guitars takes the stage at 6:30 pm
     Chosen Rejects takes the stage at 7:30 pm
* Half & Half drawing at 9:00 pm
* Festival gates close 10:00 pm 



Festival: Denver Days – 2014

The 12th annual Denver Days festival is scheduled for September 24th – 27th. Enjoy rides, food, live music, arts & crafts & more!

Things to remember:
* Parking is FREE at Rock Springs Elementary School
* Gates open at 4:00 pm & close 10:00 pm during the week & 12:00 – 11:00 pm Sat
* Rides open at 5:00 pm during the week & 12:00 pm Saturday
* Student Fun Nights- 5:00-9:00pm on Wednesday 24th & Thursday 25th (ride all      rides for 1 price)
* Special Needs Fun Day- Thursday 25th 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm
* Concerts on Thursday, Friday & Saturday (TH & FRI begin 6:30pm & Sat 3:00pm)

Charlotte, NC – Area Festivals

 Charlotte and surrounding communities are busy year-round with festivals, sporting events and activities that entertain young and old. Here’s a brief look at some perennial favorites; keep an eye on local newspapers, radio and TV for others. Street festivals are among the most popular events. Festival in the Park (704-338-1060, www.festivalinthepark.org), an arts and crafts festival around Freedom Park’s lake, appears every September. Also in September, Charlotte Shout is a month-long celebration incorporating more than 200 visual, performing, musical and culinary arts events in over 40 venues throughout the region (www.charlotteshout.com). Hungry? There are plenty of apples and other goodies on hand at the Lincoln County Apple Festival in downtown Lincolnton each September (704-736-8452). Both the international festival, Ifest (704-687-2410, www.uncc.edu/ifest), and the Yiasou Greek Festival (704-334-4771, www.greekorthodoxclt.org), are held in September. The Loch Norman Highland Games (704-875-3113, www.ruralhillfarm.org), near Davidson, are in April; and various other events throughout the year are sponsored by ethnic and cultural clubs. Novello (704-336-2725, www.novellofestival.net), a library-sponsored festival in Charlotte, draws thousands in October to hear authors like novelist Tom Clancy and reporter Bob Woodward of Watergate fame. Rock Hill invites visitors to its Come-See-Me Festival in April (800-681-7635, www.comeseeme.rockhill.net); and in November Yap Ye Iswa (the day of the Catawbas) is celebrated on the Catawba Indian reservation rear Rock Hill (803-328-2427, www.ccppcrafts.com). Looking for entertainment? The Carolina Renaissance Festival (877-896-5544 www.royalfaires.com/carolina) is an annually event in Huntersville on Saturdays & Sundays during the months of October & November. It’s a 16th century European style art and entertainment festival. Be prepared to go back in time with actors dressed in period costumes, clashing of armor and the thundering of hooves daily with full combat jousts at the King’s Tournament Arena.On the west side of Lake Norman, the annual Denver Days(www.denvernc.com/denverdays.htm) is family oriented festival with rides, food & music for four days in September. Holidays are prime times for fun. Fireworks and a concert sparks the city’s Fourth of July festivities. On Thanksgiving, the Carolinas’ Carrousel Parade (704-332-4407, www.carrouselparade.org) salutes princesses chosen from area high schools and opens the Christmas season with Santa’s arrival. Folks who love collecting ideas for their homes will enjoy Charlotte’s many home tours. The Mint Museum sponsors two of the best—the Home and Garden Tour in April and the Antiques Show in October (704-337-2000, www.mintmuseum.org). The Charlotte Symphony Guild sponsors the ASID Designer House each fall (704-525-0522, www.symphonyguildcharlotte.org). The Home Builders Association of Charlotte sponsors HomeArama (704-376-8524, www.hbacharlotte.com) each spring. Many area neighborhood groups and private companies also sponsor home tours throughout the year to display rehabilitated older homes or spectacular new ones.

Many organizations sponsor exhibits and trade shows at the Charlotte Merchandise Mart, the Charlotte Convention Center and other sites around town. Southern Shows Inc. (704-376-6594, www.southernshows.com) sponsors several Charlotte favorites, including the Southern Spring Show in March, the Southern Ideal Home Show in September and the Southern Christmas Show in November. 

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