Don't miss the excitement of high flying freestyle action when Typhoon Tommy brings the IJSBA sanctioned Detroit River USA Freestyle Championships on Friday, June 24th through Sunday, June 26nd, 2016. The Detroit River Days is a celebration of Detroit’s 10 year transformation of RiverWalk with activities on land and water, plus great live music by 50 bands on 3 stages live music — headlined by the B-52’s, Patti Labelle and many others.
The GM Detroit River Days Freestyle Championships is part of a four stop IJSBA USA Freestyle tour that start in Detroit, then to the Trenton Roar on the River July 15-17, followed by Oswego, NY July 30-31 and finishes at the Pittburgh Regatta Aug. 5-7. Detroit features freestyle action on the crystal clear fresh water of the Detroit River in front of huge crowds and media. Freestyle classes offered will be pro, amateur and novice and will have additional championships such as Hydroflight jet flying, big air, and deepest sub. There will be plenty of open freeriding and practice times throughout the day. Freestyle riders need to contact Typhoon Tommy Nuttall at firstname.lastname@example.org, as parking is limited and special permit is required due to .
The GM River Days events include an air shows , carnival,zip line ride, 50-ton sand sculpture, kids’ activities, river walk acrobatics, Bike Night, the Detroit River ArtScape art competition, tall ships, Coast Guard Cutter and many other events. The Detroit RiverFront Conservancy began the GM River Days festival in June 2006 to introduce the community and visitors to the transformed Detroit International Riverfront. The festival marked the opening of significant portions of the new Detroit RiverWalk and the festival has continued each year to spotlight our magnificent resources and this new destination in the city of Detroit.
For sponsorship opportunities please contact Typhoon Tommy Nuttall at 734-652-1481 Visit www.jetskishows.com for more information about this event and the tour.
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