Denver

Catch fireworks, food and music at Harvey Park’s Summer Festival

Neighborhood bills park event as largest festival in southwest Denver

Posted 7/19/17

Didn't get enough fireworks this Fourth of July? Hankering for some food truck dining? Want to get to know your neighborhood and southwest Denver better?

The fourth annual Harvey Park Improvement …

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Denver

Catch fireworks, food and music at Harvey Park’s Summer Festival

Neighborhood bills park event as largest festival in southwest Denver

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Didn't get enough fireworks this Fourth of July? Hankering for some food truck dining? Want to get to know your neighborhood and southwest Denver better?

The fourth annual Harvey Park Improvement Association Summer Festival will bring giveaways, a DJ, activities for kids and a crowd of hundreds to the neighborhood July 22. Catch a concert by the Denver Municipal Band and fireworks when the festival ends put on by the HPIA and the Riviera Circle Lake Club - right there in your backyard.

It's the largest festival in southwest Denver, said Xochitl Gaytan, president of the association, in the neighborhood's newsletter. Gaytan said the event draws hundreds of attendees from neighboring communities.

Food trucks and a Palango dance instruction - a fitness routine that incorporates Latin music - will liven up the park as well. Community-based vendors and several business sponsors are part of the event, and Denver Councilmember Kevin Flynn sponsored the park permit, the newsletter said.

The festival will run from 4-7 p.m. at Harvey Park at West Evans Avenue and South Tennyson Street.

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