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Parker Street Closures

Parker Days is just a couple of weeks away! This year’s Parker Days Festival will take place Friday, June 10 – Sunday, June 12 (reduced from 4 ‐days in the past). It is free admission all three days.

Victorian Dr (west side)

Victorian Dr (west side) from Mainstreet to Longs Way on Thursday, June 9 at 7:00 pm

S Pikes Peak Dr

S Pikes Peak Dr north of Pilgrims Place on Friday, June 10 at 5:00 am


Mainstreet from Parker Road to S. Pine Dr. on Friday, June 10 at 5:00 am

O’Brien Park Parking Lot

O’Brien Park Parking Lot will be closed starting on Thursday, June 9 at 5:00 pm

Victorian Dr (east side)

Victorian Dr (east side) from Mainstreet to Victorian Way on Friday, June 10 at 5:00 am
All streets will reopen on Monday, June 13, by 6:00 am
Parking will be available for Festivalgoers at Pine Curve in the grass area and also just south of the PACE Center in a grass area on S. Pine Dr.

The Festival ends at 10pm on Friday and Saturday nights and 8pm on Sunday. All music will be turned off at these times. The carnival will also have their music turned off at that time as the last riders finish their rides until 15 minutes after our official closing time.

New this year, all of the carnival rides, including the Kiddie Rides, are now in one area in Carnival Hill extending to most of the RTD Park & Ride parking lot, and including the Parker Senior Center parking lot. The entire carnival area is fenced in with designated entrances. The PACE Center is outside of the festival site this year.

New location for the Community Stage at the east end of the festival, in the open lot east of Parker Station. This stage will have all of the great demonstration and performances featuring local dancers, singers, judo and karate students. Plus, later in the evening, we have music on this stage with popular regional groups ‐ Steve Thomas 80’s Band, Still They Ride – Tribute to Journey, and Wildwood Station. This area will have picnic tables, inflatables to climb on, bungy jump, mechanical bull, axe throwing, shopping, food trucks and a beer garden.

We’re excited about the new Culinary Demonstration Stage in the parking lot next to The Local store. But don’t forget the Main Stage is still in the O’Brien Park. Plus, over 200 marketplace vendors throughout the festival for lots of shopping.

We realize the closures are a hassle for you and want you to know we truly appreciate and thank you for your cooperation.

We hope you are able to come to the event and enjoy some of the things that this fun weekend provides for our community.

If you have problems, please text 303‐596‐7004 with your name, location, and a brief description of the issue.

Street Closure Map

Street Closures Map 2022