Date: July 14th, 6:00 p.m. to 11:30 p.m.
ADULT TICKETS: Fees included
Early: Member, $18 | Non-member, $20
Day of Ticket: Everyone – $25
KID (Age 7-12) TICKETS: Fees included
Early: Member, $8 | Non-member, $10 Day of Ticket: Everyone – $12
Kids under 7 are FREE
Tickets are now on sale:
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You’ve seen them do it in the movies, now you can too! Join Pasadena Heritage for our celebration at the Colorado Street Bridge Party Saturday, July 14th from 6:00 p.m. to 11:30 p.m. Stroll along one of the most beautiful bridges as you enjoy an evening of music, dancing, vintage cars, free kids activities, and festive foods and beverages.
Old favorites will return and new attractions are being added to make July 14th a night to remember.
We will still have livemusic on three stages, which will offer groups such as Vin Piz Flyer Band, Dilemma, Jimbonaries, Upstream, Mercy and the Merkettes, and Art Deco Entertainment. Our display of vintage automobiles is always a hit, and this year the new joins the old with a display of state of the art Teslas joining a 1948 Porsche, a 1957 23 Window Bus, and a 1957 Bel Air.
Youngsters will be entertained in the children’s area with balloons, face painting, drum circles, a rock wall and more.
Guests have the rare opportunity to stroll along the Bridge on foot, enjoying food from vendors such as Mijares Mexican Restaurant, Robin’s Wood Fire BBQ, DogHaus, Pam’s Sweet Shack and Funnel Cakes, and beers from Craftsman Brewing and Eagle Rock Brewery. Specialty cocktails, and wine will also be available.
The Colorado Street Bridge has been threatened numerous times in its one hundred and five year history, and for the last 41 years, Pasadena Heritage has been its leading champion. To save and restore this iconic structure, the organization
conducted letter-writing campaigns, constant lobbying and national publicity efforts. Pasadena Heritage’s famous summer event on the spectacular span first highlighted the need to repair it. After many years of effort, the Bridge was saved, seismically upgraded and restored to its original grandeur – a feat that is celebrated biennially and what has become a much anticipated community event. Join us this year and become a part of the tradition!