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The Art of Green
The Art of Green is a cooperative outdoor show with the John Deere Historic Site, The Next Picture Show Gallery and Sauk Valley Bank and will be held on the street along 1st Ave in downtown Dixon. Along with art work by regional artists there will be a variety of John Deere tractors and equipment on display.
Summer Country Jam 2014
Held at the Rochelle Municipal Airport. Performances by Joe Diffee, Brian Lavender, Courtney Rau, and Dixie Still. Live music all day and into the night. Food court of local restaurants and vendors. Bring the whole family! Get your tickets now by calling the Rochelle Chamber office.
Sterling Main Street Music Fest
The 2014 Sterling Main Street Music Fest will be held at the Grandon Civic Center in downtown Sterling. Musical acts for this year’s festival will be Charlie Siren, four piece pop punk band based out of Minneapolis, Kyle Henderson, a prolific songwriter with a style that melds blues, rock and soul in an original, magical way and The Cole Brothers who have toured the world with Pop Icon Tony Orlando and have shared the stage with the likes of Jackson Browne, Bonnie Raitt, The Beach Boys, Three Dog Night and many more.
Rock Falls River Chase & Summer Splash
Two Great Events, One Big Weekend! The River Chase features boats racing along the Rock Falls riverfront and Summer Splash will offer a unique menu of alligator, elk, and buffalo, as well as plenty of family friendly entertainment. Expect a full weekend of fun in the sun with lots of free activities for all ages. No, tickets, or admittance fees, free activities for kids, delicious food, easy parking and shuttle service, lots of vendors, arts, crafts, entertainment, and so much more.
CITY: Rock Falls
Oregon Trail Days
A celebration of the area's American Indian and Cowboy culture featuring a drum circle and music with American Indians in full regalia. The Cowboy arena is full of all manner of cowboy entertainment, gun slinging, whip snapping, cowboys on horseback and more. There are Pioneer and Mountain Men encampments as well as food and merchant vendors. Food booths, children's activities and more.
Lincoln Highway Heritage Festival
The 17th annual Lincoln Highway Heritage Festival promises a fun-filled weekend with plenty of food, games and entertainment for families to enjoy. In addition to the downtown activities, there's the annual Hub City Cruisers car show starting at 8 a.m. on Saturday in downtown Rochelle and on Sunday the parade starts at 3 p.m.
Here Come the Mummies at the Historic Dixon Theatre
The Nashville-based funk/R&B band, Here Come the Mummies, is touring in full mummy attire. They have been featured on the Bob & Tom Show, in Hollywood productions, and, of course, headlining festivals and fairs all across the Midwest and beyond. The true identities of the band are literally shrouded in secret, but if rumors are true, the band is made up of numerous Grammy Award-winning musicians. The mummified get-up is believed to be used to hide any contract disputes with their music labels. The high-energy show is a performance that will bring the audience to their feet for a night of dancing and good vibes.
Grand Illinois Trail and Parks (GITAP) Bike Tour
The twelfth Grand Illinois Trail And Parks (GITAP) bicycle tour has the potential to be a memorable experience—a quality week of scenic, energizing, and down-home week fun on a bike. It will be a celebration of bicycle riding exuberance, camping or motel ambiance, tasty food, and good fellowship – all in support of a good cause – The League of Illinois Bicyclists.
Grand Detour Gardening Symposium
The John Deere Historic Site will host three speakers giving sessions on organic gardening, planting potted annuals, and vertical gardening. Door prizes will be awarded and refreshments will be served.
CITY: Grand Detour
Grand Detour Arts Festival
The 66th Grand Detour Arts Festival will be at the John Deere Historic Site. Two-and three-dimensional art is shown and offered for sale to the public at this juried fine arts event. A discounted admission fee of $2 is charged for entry to both the site and the arts festival. Enjoy the quality artwork by Midwest, watch the blacksmith at work and learn how John Deere invented the plow. Food stands on site as well as performances by area musicians.
CITY: Grand Detour
Dixon Petunia Festival
Come to the Petunia Capitol of Illinois for this annual celebration in the hometown of President Ronald Reagan. Many new additions to the 47th annual Petunia Festival, which this year will feature more than 30 events such as a ski show, Reagan sand sculpture, pancakes in the park, kids & family events, live musical entertainment, a parade & fireworks.