Rated as one of the top 100 events in North America, the Derby Festival's Opening Ceremonies is truly a sight to behold. And each year, more than 500,000 eager thrill-seekers do just that. Looking for a place to host your OWN Thunder party? Away from the masses? Need a place to park? Then talk to the people that BRING you this day-long event each year.
Produced by the Kentucky Derby Festival, Thunder Corporate Village is THE place to be to experience Thunder the way it was intended. Enjoy one of the three largest airshow's in the country, featuring more than 100 planes, aerobatics teams, daring sky diving teams and breathtaking stunts. You'll hear the air show commentary direct from the command center via sound towers located throughout the village.
When it gets dark, the Thunder rolls. The fireworks will feature the latest in pyrotechnic power. Eight barges assemble on both sides of the 2nd Street Bridge to form the stage from which the fireworks spectacular ignites, giving the village a front row seat. The breathtaking and mind-numbing 28-minute show includes Thunder's signature one-mile "waterfall" effect off the bridge. And for the attendees on the rooftops of Thunder Corporate Village, it is right before your eyes!
Reward your employees or entertain clients. For up to 150 people, you will have a thirty-by-thirty tent in the Thunder venue. Each tent comes with tables and chairs, heating, lights and signage. Guests are able to leave the village and wander Waterfront Park throughout the event, while returning to the elevated position to see and feel the fireworks from a secure and exclusive venue. Security and parking are also provided.
And here's the bonus: you get a party AND help fund the show at the same time.
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