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Yorkville River Fest

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Event# 630-553-4350

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Join the Yorkville Parks and Recreation Department and the Yorkville Area Chamber of Commerce for a weekend filled with food, live country music, family activities, the Whitewater Festival, and more! Formally known as River Night/Ribs on the River, Yorkville River Fest is the same great festival providing family-friendly fun all weekend long!

Friday, (5-10pm)
Families will enjoy bounce houses, human foosball, cardboard boat flotilla, homebrew tasting, and live entertainment by Hillbilly Rockstarz (7-10pm).

Cardboard Canoe Race
Homebrew Tasting
Family Activities

Saturday, (Noon-10pm)
Join us for a day filled with family activities, delicious food, the Whitewater Festival, Whiskey Acres Tasting, and LIVE COUNTRY MUSIC!

Yorkville River Fest

Address : Riverfront Park, 131 E Hydraulic Ave Yorkville IL
Phone : 630-553-4350   (Always call and confirm events.)

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