KillerKeyz by Dueling Pianos Anywhere will be performing a high-energy, all request, interactive show feature sing alongs, dance music and plenty of comic relief. Bring along some of your favorite music requests. Fun for the whole family! Presented for free by Draper City and the Draper Community Foundation.
7:30 p.m. Mutton Bustin'; 8 p.m. Rodeo. Events will include bareback, calf roping, saddle bronc riding, team roping, barrel racing and bull riding.
Wear a costume and bring your bike! Bike, wagon, stroller, skateboard, etc. decorating, 6:00 p.m at Whisperwood Park. Decorating materials will be provided, along with face painters and balloon artists. Parade Begins at 6:30 p.m., ending at Bellevue Park. Entertainment is at 7:00 p.m. at Bellevue Park. Bring blankets, chairs, and picnics. FUN FOR FAMILIES WITH KIDS OF ALL AGES!
Presented by the Draper Historical Society. Please make time for this event during the week of Draper Days to meet your neighbors and learn more about your community. Tickets may be purchased from the Draper Historical Society, Draper city Hall, Sorenson Home, or from any member of the Historical Society staff. $12 per person for dinner and entertainment.
Under the stars at the amphitheater, enjoy a movie on a giant 32-foot big screen with terraced grass seating. Bring blankets, lawn chairs, and snacks! Concessions are available--hot dogs, drinks, ice cream, popcorn and candy. Pre-movie entertainments: Lost + Found. All Summer movies are FREE!!
Park Activities include Splash Dogs, Pony Rides, Mountain Man, West Field Games and Rides, Scales & Tails, Utah Barnyard Friends Petting Zoo, Pie Baking Competition (Day Barn), Pickle Ball Tournaments (Draper Senior Center). For schedule: Draper.Ut.Us
FREE Concerts! Friday, July 14 is LONESTAR, performing their greatest hits. Saturday, July 15, is SIXWIRE "Don't Stop Believing," featuring the best of Journey, Doobie Brothers, Steely Dan and more.Featuring former band members Steve Augeri (lead singer from JOURNEY) and Jeff "Skunk" Baxter (from DOOBIE BROTHERS and STEELY DAN).
The parade starts at the corner of Stokes Avenue and Fort Street and travels north on Fort Street and ends at the intersection of Fort Street and Pioneer. Please note: the parade will no longer go around the Draper Historic Park.
Sign up and enter your collectible or vintage vehicle in the Draper Days Car Show, put together by JC Hackett.
After the Draper Nights concert on Saturday, stay for the fireworks spectacular, "God Bless the USA."
Draper City Parks & Recreation present a Soapbox Derby! Great for families, businesses, and church and scout groups. Drivers age eight and up. Cars must be no heavier that 200 pounds, have four wheels, steering and brakes.