The annual summer event that draws thousands to the streets of downtown Noblesville will return on July 11.
From 4 to 11 p.m., Noblesville Main Street will host the 24th annual Noblesville Street Dance. Admission is free and the event is open to the public.
Sharply at 4 p.m. the dancing will begin. Noblesville DJ Gene Ott will start the evening on the main stage to get the crowd moving. Back by popular demand will be The Bishops who will take the stage at 7:30 p.m. and perform until 11 p.m., playing dance hits from the ’70s up to today’s number one hits.
“Main Street is proud to welcome The Bishops back for another great performance,” said Chris Owens, executive director of Noblesville Main Street. “In addition to the many crowd favorites they play, this year will feature karaoke with a live band shortly after 8 p.m.”
In addition to all of the fun activities that attendees have come to expect, many are returning favorites and include a marketplace of retail vendors, a beer garden and a free showing of the animated movie “Paddington” by Wafford Theater at dusk on the lawn behind the Hamilton Count Government and Judicial Center, Hamilton County Square.
Also, the Kids Zone will be open from 4 to 8:30 p.m. with games, prizes and activities for kids. A Classic Car Show will feature vintage autos from around central Indiana. Car show awards will be given out at approximately 8:15 p.m. in three categories: People’s Choice, Mayor’s Choice and Best of Show.
Food and beverages from several food vendors at the event, which will feature delicious treats prepared by local Noblesville restaurants. Or, kick back, relax and watch the show while enjoying dinner at your favorite downtown restaurant.
Volunteers are needed to help at the event, and Noblesville Main Street is accepting applications for food, business showcase and marketplace vendors, as well as exhibitors for the Kids Zone.
Applications are available on the website, noblesvillemainstreet.org. For more information, contact Noblesville Main Street at 776-0205.