The only thing better than the first half of Three Rivers Festival is the second half of Three Rivers Festival. If you missed the TRF Parade, the concerts, or the Bed Race, there is still plenty to enjoy in Downtown Fort Wayne. The festival continues until Saturday, July 19. The next few days are filled with things to do!
If you haven’t stopped by Headwaters Park to enjoy the Midway or Food Alley, you have Thursday, Friday, and Saturday to stop by. There are a wide range of rides for the littlest of kids or the most adult of thrill-seekers. Enjoy everything from elephant ears to lemonade shake ups. Helicopter rides are only $20 per person! With parking located in the streets and parking lots surrounding the festival, everything is within walking distance.
There are several concerts to enjoy including American Young, Chuck Wicks, and Who’s Bad, a Tribute to Michael Jackson. The famed Raft Race returns to our rivers on Saturday. The fireworks will be launched from One Summit Square on Saturday night at 10 p.m. No matter what age you are, there is something for everyone whether you want to get involved or be a spectator.
Also, don’t miss International Village on Friday and Saturday at Headwaters Park East from 11 a.m to 9 p.m. International Village is located adjacent to Food Alley with ten cultures represented. Entertainment includes dance, music, and story telling. Don’t miss the delicious ethnic food, too!
For more information please visit the revamped website for Three Rivers Festival at http://www.threeriversfestival.org! #TRF2014
By Stephen J. Bailey for Your Downtown Improvement District