PHOTOS: 2012 Music In Plymouth Events

Photos of the summer carnival, unicycle show and more at the Music in Plymouth July 3.

It was a hot one, but thousands turned out for the .

Special activities for the 40th edition included a summer carnival for kids, historic trolley rides, Twin Cities Unicycle Club performance, skateboard demos and musical and other entertainment.

The carnival, unicyclists and skateboard demos were at Plymouth Creek Playfield, which is also where you got on board the historict trolley rides during the afternoon hours.

When the clock struck 5, however, the Hilde Stage came alive with a number of entertaining acts and musical performances leading up to the main fireworks display. Hear from the musicians and those involved in this video.

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Sunhee Nohrenberg July 08, 2012 at 08:38 PM
I went to park for the 1st time on july 3rd. I really enjoyed airshow, music and fireworks etc. I've seen donation box somewhere. I think that box should be at the beginning at the entrance, so everyone can see and someone should be stay with that box with some changes. I'll love to be a volunteer for next year to do that. Or charge $1 or $2 to get in to park and use that money for the city of plymouth. Crystal or Robbinsdale charges $3, and they don't really have a great shows like plymouth. Please let me know, what do you think about my ideas. Thank You.


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