Tuesday, September 1, 2015

Simi Valley Days Is Just Around The Corner!! Ready?

For the 15 years our Simi Valley Limo Service has served the City of Simi Valley, we have annually served clients visiting or contributing to the Simi Valley Days festivities. This year, the Simi carnival will take place on September the 17th through the 20th. This fair goes over several days and has been held in the City of Simi Valley for more than eighty years!! From our daily Simi Valley limousine runs we have come to learn a lot about how special these days are for the residents of Simi, and we have therefore decided to make this informative article about 2015 Simi Valley Days, locations, times, ticket ordering, and transportation to or from the events. Simi Valley Days includes a fair featuring barn dances, a hoedown, a carnival, horse shows, parades, food and entertainment. Entertainment, location and admission fees varies from year to year, so we would recommend that our Simi Valley limo clientele check out the websites of the Simi Valley Days Foundation to stay on top of the various activities offered this time around. The 2015 Simi Valley Fair & Music Festival, which has been nicknamed as the Simi Valley Days for decades, will be held at the Simi Valley Town Center and is the 83rd annual Simi Valley Days carnival.

For this year’s upcoming Simi Valley Days fair, it’s kick-off will be on Thursday September 17th, offering live rock and roll music from 5 to 10 pm. The Tempo Cats will perform between 6:30 pm and 9:30 pm. On Friday September 18th, the fair offers live country music performances from 5 pm until 11 pm. Two of the bands performing this Friday will be Tennessee Trouble from 5:30 pm until 7:30 pm and then the Walking Phoenixes from 8 pm until 11 pm. On Saturday September 19th it will be entertainment throughout the day, including the 9:30 am parade, Ticket to Ride from noon ’til 2 pm, Juano & Friends will be entertaining from 3 pm ’til 5 pm, Fleetwoods Bac from 6 pm ’til 8pm, and lastly, the King Cotton and the Bonedaddys from 9 pm to 11 pm. This year’s Simi Valley Days is ending Sunday September 20th, which will be the first Polynesian Festival day to be held in Simi Valley, which will be ongoing from noon ’til 9 pm. In addition to live entertainment, Sunday’s Polynesian Festival will include rides, live music, food- and local merchants, Polynesian crafts, and much more. Saturday’s annual Parade Day features various floats, marching bands, equestrian Simi hometown demos, classic car showings, and more! Whether you are participating in Thursday’s rock & roll performances, Friday’s country music entertainment or maybe Saturday’s oldies music performances or the Annual Simi Valley Parade, you can be sure that our Simi Valley party bus service or limousine services will be there in a timely manner with professional and polite chauffeurs to accommodate whatever requests you may have for a limo in Simi Valley. Fair admission this year is $5, while children under the age of four are allowed free entrance, and wristbands and tickets are also available for returning customers.

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Simi Valley Days are an incredibly long lived tradition in the City of Simi Valley, having been first known as a pioneer festival which began in the early 1930’s, this more than 80 year old tradition is alive and well in Simi Valley. As well as being a children’s carnival, a fair offering local merchant food and articles, the Simi Valley Days fair also functions as a celebration of the city’s birthday. Having been founded on October 10th, 1969, the carnival has since the early 70’s also served as an early birthday celebration for the City of Simi Valley. For many searching a limousine Simi Valley, the parade and entertainment found at the Simi Valley Days are one of the most popular venues for our Simi Valley limo clientele. From 2009’s 50th Anniversary of Old Time Rock & Roll, which was a tribute to Buddy Holly and others held at the Rancho Simi Community Park, to Grammy Award-winner Pancho Sanchez performance at the 2012 Simi Valley Days, our Simi Valley limo service has been a local business appearing in the town’s traditional fair for more than fifteen years and going. Whether you are requiring a limousine Simi Valley for a visit to the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library, Corriganville, Bottle Village, the Simi Valley Cultural Arts Center or any other SoCal destination within or outside Simi Valley city limits, our Simi Valley limousine services will be able to accommodate your needs and offer you the best rated and most luxurious Simi Valley party bus, limo, or sedan/SUV transportation service. Feel free to check out our Yelp limo reviews! We are available 24/7 toll free at (866) 319-LIMO and we are proud to be the top rated alternative for anyone seeking a limo in Simi Valley. Check out our social media pages, and our sister company websites: American Luxury Limousine, Los Angeles County Limousine, Blackhawk Limousine, and Santa Barbara County Limousine.