The mornings of Jan 25-26, the sky will be filled with colorful hot-air balloons participate in thrilling “Hare & Hound” races from the grassy fields of the Goodyear Ballpark for a spectacular sight of mass and color. Spectators can walk on the field and experience the balloons inflation and lift off. Photo taking is invited. DESERT GLOWS on Friday and Saturday evenings, Jan 24 & 25 are our most popular attended events. A field full of illuminated, tethered, hot air balloons will glow in time to music. Other Events: Hot Air Balloon rides, FREE inflatables at the QT Family Fun Zone, Hot Air Balloon Tether rides, Fireworks, Live Music and more. Retail shopping and commercial exhibits for purchases or browsing. Bring your appetite to the 3rd annual Street FoodFest, as there will be an amazing variety of festival foods favorites and cold libations available for purchase. https://www.facebook.com/events/383163975636713/
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