Jagoe Homes Propeller Fest, during the Evansville HydroFest Labor Day Weekend
Jagoe Homes and the Evansville Museum Guild is excited to present Propeller Fest at the Evansville Museum on Labor Day weekend, Saturday and Sunday, September 2 -3, 2017! Doors open at 8:30 AM and will close just after 5 PM. Get the best view of the HydroFest excitement from the Evansville Museum’s back lawn! They will have food trucks, a beer garden, indoor restrooms, private parking and FREE soft drinks and water.
Tickets are $50 for members, and $65 for not-yet members. Come on one or both days – your ticket is good for either! Tickets include: admission wristband to the Evansville HydroFest, admission to the Evansville Museum of Arts, History & Science, an event t-shirt to the first 200 ticket holders (excludes children’s sizes), free soft drinks and water, cash bar service, food truck service, a program with the race schedule, indoor restrooms and air conditioning, and private parking at the museum.
The Evansville HydroFest is a new event to the city, held on September 1-3 on Evansville’s Downtown Riverfront. More than 40 race teams from America and Canada will compete for the American Powerboat Association’s North American Championships. Evansville HydroFest promises noise and non-stop racing action from 8 AM – 5 PM each day. Click here for the race schedule.
Hydrofest tickets (only) are $10, ages 13 and up. 12 and under free. Admission of wristband is good for all three days of HydroFest on Labor Day weekend. Includes admission to Friday and Saturday evening outdoor concert/beer garden at Tropicana Events Plaza (must be 21). Wristbands on sale now at SWIRCA, Evansville Museum of Art, History and Science, Evansville Visitors Center at the Pagoda, all 6-area Schnucks stores, and all 9-area Heritage Federal Credit Union locations. On sale Friday, Saturday and Sunday of Labor Day weekend at the Riverfront only at the following gates: Court Street, attended by CASA, Main Street, attended by SWIRCA, Cherry Street, attended by Evansville Museum Guild. Each of these non-profit organizations retains $2 of every $10 sale to help their organization.
The Evansville Museum enriches lives through Preservation, Exploration, Enlightenment, and Amazement
The Evansville Museum of Arts, History & Science is a general museum located in the Historic District in Downtown Evansville. The Museum’s roots have been traced to the Ladies’ Literary Club in the year 1874. Since its founding, the Evansville Museum has had several homes; the Museum has stood at its current site since the 1950s.
The Museum offers exhibitions, educational happenings and family programming that feed the mind and soul. Watch for events exploring art, history and science and make sure to see the exciting, panoramic films in the Koch Immersive Theater!