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Denver Days 2013 One of the Best Yet!   Leave a comment

denver-days-2013Denver Days 2013 ended Saturday night, and I think this has to be one of the best yet!  The crowds were large Wednesday and Thursday evenings for the students to pay one price and ride all night long!  The Denver Lake Norman Rotary Club sponsors Denver Days, and had a fund-raising cookout – must have been decent food since we sold out both nights!

We had good music all three nights and for those who had not heard Jim Quick and Coastline (Saturday night), they were treated to some awesome music and a great show by Jim!  Gonna have to have them back at a future Denver Days!  Thank you also to Chosen Rejects, Treehouse and Bob May for great music and entertainment.

 

This was the 11th annual Denver Days, and the Denver Days Board looks for suggestions to make 2014 even better.  Suggestions come from the Board and from the Rotary Club, and we would love suggestions from you!  Anything you feel should be continued, anything you feel should be started or stopped or any changes please let us know.  You can post or email info@denverdays.com.

 

The Denver Lake Norman Rotary Club has managed Denver Days for the last 3 years, with 100% of the net revenue going directly to the “East Lincoln Rescue Park” and we should be ready to have a ground breaking for the park toward the end of this year or the first of 2014.  By coming and having fun at Denver Days, you are helping the park construction!  Now, isn’t that a great deal?

 

Thanks to everyone who came and had a good time.  Thanks for the Special Needs Kids who had a great time Thursday afternoon.  Thanks to the bands, all the vendors and businesses, the sponsors, advertisers and all the volunteers who made this happen!

 

It’s time to start planning for 2014, and time for your suggestions.  We would love to hear from y

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FREE Concert by JIM QUICK & COASTLINE at Denver Days 2013   Leave a comment

jim-quick-bio2FREE Concert by JIM QUICK & COASTLINE at Denver Days 2013.  The swamp boy was raised just east of the Carolina Sandhills and has an upbringing surrounded by soul. From the roots of black gospel to the hard-hitting vocals of the 60s, Jim’s sound is reminiscent of Mussel Shoals yet has a distinct character like no other. On stage, his showmanship is second to none and recognized time and time again from The Carolina Music Awards by winning “Entertainer Of The Year” more than anyone. Quick’s been touring the Southeast US for more than 15 years, playing nearly 300 shows per year, and has released more than 11 albums including his newest, DOWN SOUTH.

Originally introducing their music as the Coastline Band, a band of friends who played the Carolina beach bars day in and day out,—the group pushed Quick to the forefront and naturally transformed into Jim Quick & Coastline.

See all the free entertainment at http://www.denverdays.com