Parker Street Closures
Parker Days Festival Street Closures will take place starting at 2:00pm on Thursday, June 8, for a portion of Victorian Dr. by O’Brien Park from Longs Way to Mainstreet. The full festival street closures that impact Mainstreet starts at 5:00am on Friday, June 9. All streets will be reopened by 6:00am on Monday, June 12, 2023. For more detail, please see below and the street closure map.
Victorian Dr (west side)
S Pikes Peak Dr
O’Brien Park Parking Lot
Victorian Dr (east side)
All streets will reopen on Monday, June 12, by 6:00 am
Parker Days Festival will take place:
Thursday, June 8, the Carnival Rides will be open to the public; and
Friday, June 9 – Sunday, June 11, the Carnival and Festival will be open to the public. See the exact hours on our home page. The Festival is free admission all days.
The Festival ends at 10:30pm on Friday and Saturday nights and 8:30pm 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 15-30 minutes after our official closing time.
Again, 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.
We have a new location for the Community Stage will be along Mainstreet just north of the Schoolhouse. This stage will have all of the great demonstrations and performances featuring local dancers, singers, judo and karate students. We added a new music stage, East Music Stage at Mainstreet and S Pikes Peak Dr in the parking next to the Local store, we have music on this stage with popular local musical groups. 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 to have another year of the Culinary Demonstration Stage in O’Brien Park near the Gazebo. But don’t forget the Main Stage is still in the O’Brien Park where we continue our music program with our best regional bands. Plus, over 200 marketplace vendors for a wide variety of shopping throughout the festival.
We realize the closures are a hassle for you and want you to know we truly appreciate and thank you for your cooperation.
If you have problems, please text 303‐596‐7004 with your name, location, and a brief description of the issue.