Car/Bike Show, fireworks, street festival (w/local food vendors), rides, Grand Prix racing, Mike Harvey SuperGold show and let's not forget about the air show!
Take an evening out on the town and try newbeers, wine, spirits, margaritas and culinary cuisine while benefiting SWIRCA, an organization funding independent living for the elderly in six Indiana counties.
Haynie's Corner Art District
Located in the heart of the Haynie's Corner Arts District, Funk in the City features more than 100 artists/artisans from Indiana, Kentucky, Illinois, Tennessee, Ohio, Arizona and Colorado. A portion of the proceeds help fund the fine arts programming at the Boys & Girls Club of Evansville.
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This year's Fido Walk, Rock & Run will take place from 5 to 11 p.m. The evening will feature the Fido Walk Pledge Walk; 5K run; Fun Fest area with activities for kids, dogs and their owners; the Fido 2K Fetch; an off-leash play area; micro-chipping station; great food, live music and a beer garden.
Vanderburgh County 4H Center
The SIC SLAM is a two-day festival surrounding the Southern Indiana Classic Marathon, Half Marathon and 8k. The all-you-can-eat-and-drink event honors members of the military. On tap for fun: live entertainment, bierstube and five bouncy houses. 4-11 p.m. on Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 2:45 p.m. on Saturday.
How has the event changed after a quarter of a century? See for yourself in downtown Henderson, Kentucky. The three-day Tri-Fest is fun with food, rides and entertainment.
West of Evansville is New Harmony, Indiana, an arts town big on history. The town celebrates that heritage with a German fest showcasing Deutsch foods, horse-drawn wagon rides, and live music.
For more than 1,000 years, Southwest Indiana was home to large Native American settlements. Each year, Angel Mounds honors that legacy with Native American vendors, traditional dancing and storytelling, demonstrations, hands-on activities and more.
Ribs, chicken and butts - all are on the menu at the Hoosier Hog Daddy BBQ Challenge. A beer garden quenches visitors' thirst, and a live band for entertainment lifts their spirits. It's an effort to raise funds for SWIRCA, an organization providing services that keep the aging population self-sufficient. Noon to 5 p.m.
Old Lock and Dam Park
Fiddlers, the catfish kind you eat and the kind of people who play great bluegrass, are the attractions of this weekend-long party on the riverfront.