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2014 Illinois Paddlesports Festival
The 6th Annual Illinois Paddlesports Festival takes place on the 2nd weekend in June, in Aurora’s beautiful Phillips Park on Mastodon Lake. Admission is free, so come on out and enjoy two full days of paddling fun and action.
Memorial Day Parade
Remember those who gave their lives to our country with a ceremony and parade. 11:15 a.m.
Blues on the Fox
Celebrates the City of Aurora's rich history in blues music, featuring national blues recording artists and regional performers. Fri. 7:00 p.m.-10:30 p.m., Sat. 3:00 p.m.-10:30 p.m.
Tour de Cure
Tour de Cure is a ride, not a race, with routes designed for everyone: occasional riders, families and experienced cyclists. Route distances range from 10, 20, 35, 62, or 100 miles and every route is supported with rest stops, food to fuel the journey, and fans to cheer on riders who are supporting the American Diabetes Association.
The classic story of Wendy, John and Michael who meet Peter Pan in their nursery. Intrigued by tales of a place filled with pirates, mermaids, fairies and the Lost Boys, they set off for Never Land in the adventure of a lifetime. 9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m.
Motorcycle Sunday 2014
14th Annual Motorcycle Rally, bike blessing, 60-mile ride, blues and rock bands, food and bike accessory vendors, pro bike photos and more.
Enjoy live music, animals, and up-cycled art at the Children's Eco-Village under the oak trees. Shop at the Community Trade Show, featuring over 85 exhibitors demonstrating innovative solutions in action.
3 Redneck Tenors
BRAVISSIMO, Y’ALL! The 3 Redneck Tenors are a multiple-NASCAR pileup of highbrow and lowbrow, combining the chicken-fried culture of the Deep South with the virtuoso vocalizations of classical music and opera. Billy Joe, Billy Bob and Billy Billee may just be a trio of good ol’ boys, but they can hit the high notes as easily as they can chug down a six pack of lite beer. You’ll follow their adventures from the family hog pen to Carnegie Hall, as the whole world discovers the amazing voices within the muddy overalls.
Explore the wonderful world of bugs! Travel the Fox River bike trail from Red Oak to Lippold Park and meet these amazing creatures that live in the ponds, prairies and forests. This stroller-friendly event includes demonstrations, hands-on activities, prizes and giveaways - all bug-inspired.
CITY: North Aurora
The King, The Killer & The Cash
Starring three incredible tribute artists from the Million Dollar Quartet. Sun Studios in Memphis launched the careers and provided the soundtrack for its three biggest stars: Elvis Presley, Jerry Lee Lewis and Johnny Cash. Hailed as the “birthplace” of Rock & Roll, the music of Sun Studios is the spotlight of this musical tribute to those amazing artists.
Celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month and the Hispanic culture in Aurora with a variety of music acts, food vendors, traditional dance and a carnival.