There are more than 200 fun event listings this weekend and the weather should be perfect to be out doing things in Eastern Iowa.
Outdoor Living Weekend – Celebrate the debut of Culver’s outdoor living space, with Culver’s-designed walkways, hardscapes and beautiful patio features. Friday kicks off our three-day Garden Expo from 4 – 7pm.
Uptown Friday Nights – Lonesome Road – Lonesome Road is Eastern Iowa’s hot new high-energy country act and is sure to make your next event a success! Lonesome Road is fronted by 2005 Nashville Star contestant Danny Whitson. His vocal and stage presence keep fans coming back night after night.
Downtown Farmers Market – Market vendors and entertainment will be placed along Third and Fourth Avenues, Second, Third and Fifth Streets SE as well as Greene Square Park.
Kalona Days – Come join us in downtown Kalona for a fun filled weekend of great music, great food, and plenty of traditional and unprecendented activities and entertainment for the whole family.
Cedar Rapids Juneteenth Festival - Juneteenth is a celebration commemorating the ending of slavery in the United States. Juneteenth, made a state holiday in 2002, celebrates African-American freedom and achievement, while encouraging self-development and respect for all cultures.
Iowa Craft Brew Festival – The event will feature more than 25 Iowa breweries and 100+ craft beers, along with a host of regional and national micro-brews. Craft beer lovers will enjoy unlimited beer samplings, live music, food, and a wide variety of special brews exclusive to the Iowa Craft Brew Festival.
Cedar Rapids Titans vs. Nebraska Danger – The Cedar Rapids Titans host the Nebraska Danger on June 16th at the Cedar Rapids Ice Arena. Kickoff is at 7PM. Get your tickets and come support your Cedar Rapids Titans!
Riverside Theatre in the Park – Riverside Theatre, Iowa City’s resident professional theatre company, will produce Riverside Theatre in the Park from June 15 – July 8, featuring “As You Like It” by William Shakespeare, directed by Theodore Swetz, and “The Merchant of Venice” by William Shakespeare, directed by Kristin Horton.