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Events at Lake Havasu

A three-hour drive from Phoenix, Lake Havasu City promises to be a year-round event headquarters for entertainment and adventure. Around 300 events hosted here, showcase the region’s supreme natural beauty, be it land, water or skies.

Annual Havasu Balloon Festival: January 10 to 13, 2019

Dubbed as one of the top 100 events in North America by the American Bus Association, the annual Havasu Balloon Festival and Fair is one such attraction that you wouldn’t want to miss. The line-up includes hot air balloon ‘mass ascension’, balloon night glow, skydivers, arts and crafts, antique and classic cars, carnival rides, dog shows, kids’ events, kite displays, balloon rides (tethered and untethered), live musical entertainment, food vendors, beer garden, and so much more.

Grand Canyon Pro Rodeo Association & Little Delbert Days: January 26, 27

Just want to horse around? We are sure you would not say “neigh.” This two-day extravaganza offers local mutton busters and calf riders to rub shoulders with Grand Canyon Pro Rodeo Association cowboys and cowgirls from across southwest. Kids too can join in the fun with pony rides, petting zoo, cupcake walk, rock climbing and much more.

Buses by the Bridge XXIII: January 17-20, 2019

Hop on for a vintage ride and giant campout on an old Volkswagen (VW). The VW extravaganza sees buses of all types arriving from around the country. While kids can jump their way in the bouncy house and hosts of other activities, adults can opt for hot air balloon rides and a chili cook-off. A delicious pancake breakfast sets the stage for the finale of this classic nostalgic event.

11th Annual Lake Havasu City Rockabilly Reunion: February 15, 16, & 17, 2019

If you are game for retro-fashion, cool cats and chicks, rock-n-roll oldies music, rat-rods, then the 11th Annual Lake Havasu Rockabilly Reunion is the place for you. A three-day event is sure to take you down memory lane with 150 vendors strutting their all-inclusive stuff, eat-till-you drop food court, beer garden. Be a spectator to the ever-popular Pin-Up Girl contest. The latest addition is a second stage, and performances by 30 bands which are sure to rock you. Also, on the schedule are an auto exhibition of over 800 cars and motorcycles, celebrity appearances, giveaways, a 1950’s hair salon, after parties, a swap meet among others.

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