By Anna Skinner
A night full of dancing, eating and playing is quickly approaching, as Street Dance comes to Zionsville on Aug. 1.
Food trucks and food from local restaurants will be available, and beer and wine will be sold at both East Cedar Street and East Oak Street.
“The Zionsville Chamber of Commerce is excited to present Street Dance, the biggest party in Zionsville. It truly offers fun for people of all ages. This year people can expect another great event,” said Dusky Loebel, assistant director for the Zionsville Chamber of Commerce. “We’re bringing in the very popular Zanna-Doo. They always draw large, enthusiastic crowds, so we are excited for them to come to Zionsville.”
Zanna-Doo has been a big hit at other Hamilton County locations this summer as well.
A kids area will be placed at Main and Pine Streets, and will include an inflatable climbing wall, a toddler area, two bounce houses and concessions. A balloon artist and princesses will also be present for the kids, and the Zionsville Fire Department will bring a fire truck.
Entrances for Street Dance are at Pine and Main Streets, and also at First and E. Cedar Streets.
The event runs 6-11 p.m., and tickets are on sale now. In advance, they cost $10 and at the door they are $12. Kids aged 5-12 can purchase a ticket for $5, and a child under 5 years old gets in free.
Tickets are on sale at multiple locations including Akard True Value Hardware, Cobblestone Grill, and the Zionsville Chamber at 95 S Elm. St.
They can also be purchased online at www.eventbrite.com/e/street-dance-with-zanna-doo-tickets-17746890427.
No large bags or coolers are allowed at the event. To learn more about the Street Dance and other Zionsville Chamber events, visit http://www.zionsvillechamber.org/programs-and-events/.