On July 1, 1996, Taylorsville officially became a city after 70 percent of residents voted to incorporate. This year the city turns 22 years old, and residents will celebrate with three days of events called, Taylorsville Dayzz. Chaiman Jim Dunnigan, joined Nicea DeGering, to talk about the fun activities and events patrons can enjoy during those three days.
Patrons can enjoy performances by IMAGINE (Beatles Tribute) with the West Valley Symphony & Cannons, Desperado (Eagles Tribute), and Stayin’ Alive (Bee Gees Tribute) with the Taylorsville Orchestra.
They will be showing, Jumanji(edited version) in the park, having a parade and holding a 5K and Fun Run. Kids can enjoy Carnival rides, Guns and Hoses Softball Game (UPD vs. UFA), Pony Rides, a Car Show, and a Fireworks Extravaganza.
Taylorsville Dayzz will be held at Gary C. Swensen Valley Regional Park: 5100 South 2700 West on June 28, 29 & 30. Hours are 4 p.m. to 11 p.m.
The family fun begins with Carnival Bonus Night, a Family Night Special of ten rides for $10.
Free to the public, no tickets are required. There are acres of free parking. Food booths will be open during the concert.
For a full list of concert and event times, visit TaylorsvilleDayzz.com.