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Evansville HydroFest™ $10 Admission Wristbands Now On Sale

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A $10 Evansville HydroFest™ Admission Wristband admits attendees ages 13 and up into all three days of American Power Boat Association hydroplane racing on Labor Day weekend.


Ages 12 and under are free. The action takes place on the Ohio Riverfront in Downtown Evansville, Friday September 1st, Saturday September 2nd, and Sunday September 3rd, 2017. For those 21 and above, the Wristband includes admission to the Concert and Beer Garden at Tropicana’s Outdoor Events Plaza on Friday and Saturday evening from 6:00 pm to 12:00 midnight.


Admission Wristbands may be purchased at all 6 Evansville-area Schnuck’s stores, 9 Heritage Federal Credit Union locations, the Evansville Museum of Art, History and Science, and SWIRCA until Thursday, August 31st. Beginning Friday, September 1st, Admission Wristbands will be available for purchase at the following Admission Gates on Riverside Drive: Court Street attended by SWIRCA, Main Street attended by CASA, and Cherry Street attended by the Evansville Museum Guild. For each $10, the non-profit organization earns $2 to further their good work in our City.


During the three-day event, Evansville HydroFest™ will host the American Power Boat Association’s Eastern Divisional Championships on Saturday, and North American Championships on Sunday for 14 classes of Inboard Boats. To date, dozens of teams have committed to compete from across the United States and Canada. For event schedules and more information, please visit www.evansvillehydrofest.com.

Evansville HydroFest 2017 is a Presentation of Evansville Events, Inc.


Evansville HydroFest is presented by Evansville Events, Inc., a 501c3 non-profit entity of the Evansville Convention and Visitors Bureau. Mr. Bob Warren is the Executive Director. Serving on the Executive Organizing Committee are Mr. Vernon Stevens, President of Southern Business Machines and Mr. Randy Lientz, President of AXIOM. Warren, Stevens, and Lientz all reside in Evansville.

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