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Kick Off ‘Summer In the City’ in Downtown Danbury

Get ready to spend Saturday, June 4th, from 12noon to 6pm with us, as CityCenter Danbury will once again turn Main Street (between White St. and West St.) into a pedestrian-only festival.  

This FREE, family-friendly event, will have over 50 artists and vendors that line the roadway that day, highlighting the arts, music, crafters, and local small businesses.  Macaroni Kid & Ventura Law is sponsoring a Family Fun Zone, with plenty of exciting activities for people of all ages!! 

Come with an appetite as the Danbury Street Festival has a variety of culinary delights including BBQ, burgers, hot dogs, vegan options, tacos, drinks, deserts, and much much more! Featuring El Taco Loco, El Puesito, Twins BBQ,  Weinie Lynn’s, and LesserEvil.  Beer and wine will be available in the outdoor alcove located at the Bardo Walkway! 

Free live music and entertainment will be provided throughout the day from 3 different performance stages across Main Street, followed by our kickoff Concert on the Green from 6pm – 10pm with more live entertainment!   

“Danbury is a hidden GEM, and it is time for our city to shine bright.  The Danbury Street Festival is the perfect event for people who live in our city, and surrounding areas, to find out what our city has to offer,” states Manager, Lazaro Chavez. “We are very fortunate to have a dedicated team of volunteers to assist in putting this together, while helping the restoration of Downtown Danbury.  Events like the Danbury Street Festival showcase our city and demonstrate the value of having a cultural hub in the heart of Danbury.” 

Main Street will be closed to vehicular traffic from West Street to White Street from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. Convenient event parking is available at the Patriot Parking Garage, 1 Patriot Dr. Danbury CT 06810. 

For more information, please visit www.danburystreetfestival.com or go to our website at www.citycenterdanbury.com or contact CityCenter Danbury at (203)792-1711.   

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