Street Dance winners announced

Ken Mushen’s 1969 Chevrolet El Camino won the Mayor’s Choice award and the People’s Choice award. (Submitted photo)

Ken Mushen’s 1969 Chevrolet El Camino won the Mayor’s Choice award and the People’s Choice award. (Submitted photo)

The 24th annual Street Dance, organized by Noblesville Main Street and presented by Riverview Health and the City of Noblesville, was indeed a night to remember. Record crowds packed the downtown square to enjoy the Kids Zone, Marketplace, Business Showcase, food vendors and a variety of entertainment.

Karaoke with The Bishops was a crowd favorite and each finalist, Josh Rodkey and Kristen Moore, brought a strong contingent of supporters to hear them sing live. Moore opened the competition with “Girl Crush” by Little Big Town and Rodkey followed, performing “Don’t Stop Believing” by Journey. The crowd was asked to vote via applause. Kristen was crowned the winner and awarded a cash prize of $100.

One entry in the annual car show took home two of the three top honors.  Ken Mushen’s 1969 Chevrolet El Camino caught the Mayor’s eye leading to the Mayor’s Choice award.  Ken’s entry also won the public’s approval garnering him the People’s Choice award.  The Best in Show award went to Bert Souder and his 1953 Ford F-100. Twenty-two cars participated in the annual event overall.

“We had a tremendous evening and response to the Street Dance this year.  Not only did we see several friends and neighbors from Noblesville, we hosted our guests from Noblesville’s Sister Cities, Nova Prata and Cittadella, along with several visitors from Central Indiana to enjoy one of the signature events in our community,” said Chris Owens, executive director of Noblesville Main Street.  “We appreciate all of the support of the public and want to thank the Parks, Police, Fire and Street Departments for a safe and fun event.”

Noblesville Main Street’s next event will be the Back To School Bash in partnership with Noblesville Schools and presented by Church, Church, Hittle & Antrim from 5 to 8 p.m. July 31, 2015, on the courthouse square.


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