25th Annual Noblesville Street Dance
On Saturday, July 9, the city of Noblesville will hold their 25th annual Street Dance on the historic courthouse square from 4 p.m.-11 p.m. Open to the public with free admission, this event will kick off with house music at 4 p.m., then at 5 p.m. Noblesville DJ Gene Ott will come on the main stage to really get the party going.
Along with fun music and dancing, the event will include a marketplace full of retail vendors, a beer garden area located on 9th Street, a free showing of the movie Minions, and a Kids Zone that will be open from 4 p.m.-8 p.m. that will offer activities for the kids. New this year to the Street Dance, though, is the Pacers Fan Van with interactive displays, and Colts In Motion will also make an appearance to fire fans up for the approaching football season. Returning this year will be the Classic Car Show to feature vintage cars from around central Indiana. Car show awards will be handed out to Best in Show, Mayor’s Choice and People’s Choice at approximately 8:15 p.m.
“Main Street is proud to welcome LemonWheel, a previous Street Dance headliner, back to the stage in downtown. They’ll entertain with a great selection of music and have fun interacting with the crowd,” explained Chris Owens, Noblesville Main Street executive director.
“I have so many fun memories of the two Noblesville Street Dances LemonWheel played in 2011 and 2012,” said Lisa Sells, founder of LemonWheel. “Watching the crowd dancing and singing along, giving the feeling that you are really doing what you set out to do, pleasing the crowd with a variety of music that brings joy and great memories.”
Volunteers are needed to help at the event. For volunteer information as well as general info, visit noblesvillemainstreet.org, or contact Noblesville Main Street at (317) 776-0205. Noblesville Main Street would like to thank this year’s title sponsors, Riverview Health and the City of Noblesville, and also thank additional sponsors: Primrose School of Noblesville, Logan Street Signs & Banners, Miller Consulting Group, The Farmers Bank, Saxony, Alexander’s, Wafford Theater, Burtner Electric & Lighting and Hamilton County Tourism.