Summer Festival Schedule
The popular all-day armbands will be on sale for just $12 (per day, good for any day during the festival) online. To buy presale discounted armbands, you much purchase them online before MIDNIGHT, JUNE 27. No discounts will be offered after that deadline.
TO PURCHASE PRESALE ARMBANDS ($12), CLICK HERE
Armband tickets purchased during the event will cost:
- Thursday, June 28: $16 each
- Friday, June 29: $20 each
- Saturday, June 30 (fireworks night): $20 each
- Sunday, July 1: $20 each.
As has been the policy in the past, no one is admitted into the midway area without either an armband ticket, or a $4 Carnival Bucks (adults only) ticket at the gate. The $4 Carnival Bucks ticket can be redeemed inside the midway area for rides, games or food.
Thursday, June 28
4-10 p.m. -- Carnival midway
Friday, June 29
Noon-3 p.m. -- Toddler Day at the carnival ($10 armband offered)
3-11 p.m. -- Carnival midway
5- 11 p.m. -- Doors open @ Sheridan Center Open Air Pavilion for Taylor Summer Festival Friday Night Concert Series featuring Loverboy. Preceding Loveboy will be John Waite. Opening act: Mad Rabbit.
At dusk -- "Hot Air Balloon Glow" presented by Wallside Windows in Heritage Park. Hot air balloon display and colorful "glowing" presentation. Free. Great family fun. Bring your children and watch the unique demonstration. Get a chance to see the giant hot air balloons up-close-and-personal, and talk to the pilots.
PARKING in and around Heritage Park: $10
Saturday, June 30
9 a.m. -- 94.7 WCSX Classic Rock Gone Fishin' fun day at Coan Lake. Free. Registration required. Please CLICK ON HERE
10 a.m. -- Community Choice Credit Union Taylor Color Fest Run. Get blasted with color and enjoy a scenic 5K walk/run through beautiful Heritage Park! All ages welcome. Run individually, with your family and friends or as part of an organization. Proceeds go to charities, including the four Little Leagues in the City of Taylor. Registration fee of $25 includes T-Shirt, sunglasses and bandanna. Register by June 21. For more information, call (734) 374-8900 Option 2. To register online, just click here: 2018 TAYLOR SUMMER FEST RUN
Midday and afternoon: 94.7 WCSX Classic Rock Summer BBQ. Will be held on the festival grounds. Come enjoy some of the best BBQ masters, backyard-style games and the beer garden.
5-11:30 p.m.-- Saturday Night Masco Taylor Summer Festival Fireworks with entertainment by FiftyAmpFuse and Fool House. Concert (insider the Sheridan Center) and fireworks display are free. Doors open at 5 p.m. Fool House first on stage. Featured act FiftyAmpFuse on stage 8-11:30 p.m., with break for fireworks display.
Approximately 10 p.m. -- Masco Taylor Summer Festival Fireworks Display
PARKING in and around Heritage Park: $10
Sunday, July 1
1-8 p.m. -- Carnival midway
Carnival Armbands: Presale carnival armbands will be available. You must purchase a ticket or and armband to be admitted into the carnival area (no ticket-no entry). Adults only have to purchase $4 of "Carnival Cash" to be redeemed inside for food, games or rides.
Parking: Vehicle parking will be available both inside and outside of Heritage Park for $10 on Friday and Saturday. Official festival parking will be located at the southern end of the park (Northline Road entrance) and at the Wayne County Community College-Taylor Campus. Other private paid parking will be available in the surrounding areas.
One-side parking will be posted on the following city streets during the festival: Brest, Clinton, W. Keyes, Moran, Klebba, Phyllis, Livingston, Ernst, Ran, Birch, Morley, Maplelawn, Goldenridge, Lincoln, McKinley, Beechwood, Katherine, Dudley, William, Baraga and Mortenview Violators will be ticketed and towed.
Handicapped Parking will be available at the Taylor Community Library (entrance through the library entrance only) until filled. Secondary handicapped parking located at the Heritage Park Petting Farm, Northline and Pardee.
Pardee Road will be closed between Northline and Goddard at 7 p.m. Saturday, June 30 (fireworks night). All side streets feeding Pardee will also be closed in that location. Only residential traffic will be allowed through the barricades, and drivers will have to show proof of residency.
After the fireworks display on Saturday, June 30, traffic in and around Heritage Park will be specifically routed by police to enable the safest exit possible of the league crowd. Please obey their requests.
Heritage Park will be closed to all vehicular traffic at the end of the day on Thursday, June 28. On Friday, June 29, and Saturday, June 30, only vehicles paying to park will be allowed inside the park. The park will remain open to walkers, joggers and the like, but no free parking will be available inside the park.