Walk N Roll Fest
Saturday, September 16, 2023 • The BLVD • 10 A.M. to 2 P.M.
Come explore a safe, fun, car-free space for walking, biking, skating, jogging, and strolling through our community. It’s the perfect way to discover Lancaster!
This car-free event will feature:
Because the festival is an open streets event, they will be closed to all vehicles. No street parking will be allowed; vehicles parked on the route of the festival will be towed. For specifics on road closures see Road Closure Information below.👇
WHAT IS WALK IN ROLL?
Walk N Roll is an Open Streets initiative in which streets are closed to all vehicular traffic and we invite residents to reclaim their city on bike, foot, scooter, stroller, skateboard, roller skates, or rollerblade. Closing streets allows citizens to re-imagine their streets and how they travel through communities.
WHAT TO DO AT WALK N ROLL
The event will feature over 10 event hubs with music, food, and activities for the whole family to enjoy!
- Live entertainment brought to you by local high schools, friendly Olympic activities such as relay races, 50-meter dash, basketball shootout, field goal challenge, soccer kick challenge, mini golf, chess and much more; foam party, splash pads, Zorb Balls and an obstacle course; exercise classes, games, art activities and a community mural; free book giveaway for young children; museum tours, live art, and activities; live music with country line and salsa dancing; First Responders and live demonstrations; BMX and skate demonstrations, obstacle courses, euro bungie, a rock climbing wall, field goal challenge, and inflatable sports; dancing, skating, and Zumba
- The Walk N Roll route will close the following streets to vehicular traffic between 6 a.m. – 6 p.m.: The BLVD from 10th St. W to Yucca Ave / Sierra Hwy from Jackman St. to Milling Ave / Ehrlich between The BLVD and Kettering St. / Yucca Ave from Lancaster BLVD to W. Norberry St. / Portions of The BLVD side streets: Genoa Ave, Gadsden Ave, Fern Ave, Fig Ave, and Cedar Ave. / The streets along the Walk N Roll Route will be closed to all vehicles and no vehicles or on-street parking will be allowed on the route. Expect medium to long delays on nearby streets if you must drive or travel during the event.
- More info here.