Squeeze in some fun during Lemonade Days, May 21 in Queen Creek

Country recording artist Craig Campbell will headline the live entertainment to be performed as part of Lemonade Days, May 21 in Queen Creek.

Country recording artist Craig Campbell will headline the live entertainment to be performed as part of Lemonade Days, May 21 in Queen Creek.

 

Tickets are on sale for Lemonade Days, a family-friendly event that will take place noon-9 p.m. Saturday, May 21, at Founders’ Park, 22407 S. Ellsworth Road.

This summer fun event will offer a day of play complete with interactive games and activities, water fun in the splash park, great food and live entertainment by singer Craig Campbell.

Attendees can grab a handful of lemons and join in on the fun with Arizona’s largest lemon squeeze, enjoy the Arnold Palmer’s putt-putt driving range or compete in the 2016 State Cornhole tournament. Other event highlights include local food vendors, craft beer, hard lemonades and spirits, according to a press release.

As an added bonus, Lemonade Days will also feature a free Summer Splash event for kids from 9 a.m. to noon in the splash pad area, just outside of the Lemonade Days grounds. Mr. Campbell will perform from 7:30 p.m. to 9 p.m.

Admission for the Summer Splash portion of the day is free. General admission for Lemonade Days is $8 online during presale and $10 at the gate. Kids 12 years and under will be admitted for free. Attractions and activities at the event, excluding entertainment, have additional costs.

Wristbands for the kid zone, including water inflatables, are $20. VIP admission is $45 per person and includes access to a private seating area, private restrooms, six alcoholic beverages, unlimited soft drinks and water, catered food and exclusive stage view access.

Lemonade Days is professionally produced by HDE Agency in coordination with the town of Queen Creek.

For more information, call 480-358-3000.

For more information and to purchase tickets online, visit the event website.

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