Calendar

Jun
26
Wed
The Play That Goes Wrong @ Civic Center
Jun 26 @ 7:30 pm

What would happen if Sherlock Holmes and Monty Python had an illegitimate Broadway baby? You’d get “The Play That Goes Wrong”, Broadway & London’s award-winning smash comedy! Called “A Gut-Busting Hit” (The New York Times) and “The Funniest Play Broadway Has Ever Seen” (HuffPost), this classic murder mystery is chock-full of mishaps and madcap mania delivering “A Riotous Explosion of Ccomedy” (Daily Beast). Welcome to opening night of The Murder at Haversham Manor where things are quickly going from bad to utterly disastrous. With an unconscious leading lady, a corpse that can’t play dead, and actors who trip over everything (including their lines), it’s “Tons Of Fun For All Ages” (HuffPost) and “Comic Gold” (Variety) – sure to bring down the house!

Please note: only children age 5 and over with tickets will be allowed into the theater for this production.

Jun
27
Thu
Social Irrigation @ Greater Des Moines Botanical Garden
Jun 27 @ 6:00 pm

Social Irrigation is a 15-week long program of Thursday night concerts hosted by the Greater Des Moines Botanical Garden, featuring a new band, food, craft beer and lawn games each week. Trellis Café will be open with small plates and your favorite beverage. The variety of musical genre in the series will provide something for every musical taste. Regular cost of admission applies.

June 13: Tony Valdez and the Retro Rockets
June 20Diplomats of Solid Sound (performance will include album release)
June 27: Parranderos Latin Combo
July 11: NOLA Jazz Band
July 18Chad Elliott
July 25Gina Gedler Quartet
August 1: The Center State
August 8: Java Jews
August 15: The Maytags
August 22Moors and McCumber
August 29: Parrenderos Latin Combo
September 5Dustin Smith
September 12Kevin Burt
September 19Victor and Penny
September 26Max Wellman sings the music of Cole Porter

Summer Concert Series @ Jasper Winery
Jun 27 @ 6:00 pm

Join Jasper Winery every Thursday this summer from 6:00 to 9:00 pm for FREE live music on the lawn. Bring blankets and lawn chairs for outside seating. Burgers and brats will be available from the grill. No pets are allowed but kids are welcome. All shows outside, weather permitting, otherwise in the outdoor party tent.

May 9: Adé & The Soul Brothers
May 16: Brian Herrin Band
May 23: Dirty Rotten Scoundrels
May 30: Decoy
June 6: Damon Dotson MUSIC
June 13: The Maytags
June 20: The Nadas
June 27: B2wins
July 11: Dueling Guitars feat. Brian Congdon and Brad Seidenfeld
July 18: PIANOPALOOZA
July 25: Dazy Head Mazy
August 1: Final Mix Show Band

Adjutant’s General’s Summer Concert Series @ Camp Dodge Pool Complex
Jun 27 @ 7:00 pm

Spend Thursday evenings listening to the sounds of local musicians at the historic Camp Dodge Pool Complex. Bring a lawn chair, picnic basket, sit back and enjoy! Concessions are also available. All concerts start at 7:00 pm. (Note there will be NO concert on June 13th or July 4th.)

May 23: Cloud Ten featuring Heath Alan
May 30: The Candymakers
June 6: Gladys Kravitz
June 20: Dirt Renegade
June 27: The 34th Army Band’s Sidewinders group will play pop and classic rock
July 11: Faculty Lounge
July 18: Abby Normal

The Play That Goes Wrong @ Civic Center
Jun 27 @ 7:30 pm

What would happen if Sherlock Holmes and Monty Python had an illegitimate Broadway baby? You’d get “The Play That Goes Wrong”, Broadway & London’s award-winning smash comedy! Called “A Gut-Busting Hit” (The New York Times) and “The Funniest Play Broadway Has Ever Seen” (HuffPost), this classic murder mystery is chock-full of mishaps and madcap mania delivering “A Riotous Explosion of Ccomedy” (Daily Beast). Welcome to opening night of The Murder at Haversham Manor where things are quickly going from bad to utterly disastrous. With an unconscious leading lady, a corpse that can’t play dead, and actors who trip over everything (including their lines), it’s “Tons Of Fun For All Ages” (HuffPost) and “Comic Gold” (Variety) – sure to bring down the house!

Please note: only children age 5 and over with tickets will be allowed into the theater for this production.

Jun
28
Fri
Belin Quartet Concert @ Various Locations
Jun 28 @ 12:15 pm

he Belin Quartet is celebrating their 20th season this summer! All concerts in the series are on Fridays and begin at 12:15 pm and are FREE and open to the public.

May 31: Greater Des Moines Botanical Garden
June 7: Central Library Lawn
June 14: Central Library Lawn
June 21: Central Library Lawn
June 28: Cowles Commons
July 5: Killinger Family Stage @ Lauridsen Amphitheater, Water Works Park Cultural Series concert
July 12: Killinger Family Stage @ Lauridsen Amphitheater, Water Works Park Cultural Series concert
July 19: Central Library Lawn Children’s Concert at 10:30 am
July 26: Principal Financial Group Campus
August 2: Killinger Family Stage @ Lauridsen Amphitheater, Water Works Park Cultural Series concert

Friday Night Live Concert Series @ Memorial Park
Jun 28 @ 7:00 pm

Bring lawn chairs or blankets to sit on and enjoy live music, food, drink and fun for all ages at Memorial Park in Indianola.  Gates open at 6:00 pm and the concerts start at 7:00 pm. Children 14 and younger must be accompanied by an adult

June 7, 2019: Red Dirt Renegade
June 28, 2019: Train Wreck
July 12, 2019: The Ripp Chords
The Play That Goes Wrong @ Civic Center
Jun 28 @ 7:30 pm

What would happen if Sherlock Holmes and Monty Python had an illegitimate Broadway baby? You’d get “The Play That Goes Wrong”, Broadway & London’s award-winning smash comedy! Called “A Gut-Busting Hit” (The New York Times) and “The Funniest Play Broadway Has Ever Seen” (HuffPost), this classic murder mystery is chock-full of mishaps and madcap mania delivering “A Riotous Explosion of Ccomedy” (Daily Beast). Welcome to opening night of The Murder at Haversham Manor where things are quickly going from bad to utterly disastrous. With an unconscious leading lady, a corpse that can’t play dead, and actors who trip over everything (including their lines), it’s “Tons Of Fun For All Ages” (HuffPost) and “Comic Gold” (Variety) – sure to bring down the house!

Please note: only children age 5 and over with tickets will be allowed into the theater for this production.

Jun
29
Sat
The Play That Goes Wrong @ Civic Center
Jun 29 @ 2:00 pm

What would happen if Sherlock Holmes and Monty Python had an illegitimate Broadway baby? You’d get “The Play That Goes Wrong”, Broadway & London’s award-winning smash comedy! Called “A Gut-Busting Hit” (The New York Times) and “The Funniest Play Broadway Has Ever Seen” (HuffPost), this classic murder mystery is chock-full of mishaps and madcap mania delivering “A Riotous Explosion of Ccomedy” (Daily Beast). Welcome to opening night of The Murder at Haversham Manor where things are quickly going from bad to utterly disastrous. With an unconscious leading lady, a corpse that can’t play dead, and actors who trip over everything (including their lines), it’s “Tons Of Fun For All Ages” (HuffPost) and “Comic Gold” (Variety) – sure to bring down the house!

Please note: only children age 5 and over with tickets will be allowed into the theater for this production.

The Play That Goes Wrong @ Civic Center
Jun 29 @ 7:30 pm

What would happen if Sherlock Holmes and Monty Python had an illegitimate Broadway baby? You’d get “The Play That Goes Wrong”, Broadway & London’s award-winning smash comedy! Called “A Gut-Busting Hit” (The New York Times) and “The Funniest Play Broadway Has Ever Seen” (HuffPost), this classic murder mystery is chock-full of mishaps and madcap mania delivering “A Riotous Explosion of Ccomedy” (Daily Beast). Welcome to opening night of The Murder at Haversham Manor where things are quickly going from bad to utterly disastrous. With an unconscious leading lady, a corpse that can’t play dead, and actors who trip over everything (including their lines), it’s “Tons Of Fun For All Ages” (HuffPost) and “Comic Gold” (Variety) – sure to bring down the house!

Please note: only children age 5 and over with tickets will be allowed into the theater for this production.

Jun
30
Sun
The Play That Goes Wrong @ Civic Center
Jun 30 @ 1:00 pm

What would happen if Sherlock Holmes and Monty Python had an illegitimate Broadway baby? You’d get “The Play That Goes Wrong”, Broadway & London’s award-winning smash comedy! Called “A Gut-Busting Hit” (The New York Times) and “The Funniest Play Broadway Has Ever Seen” (HuffPost), this classic murder mystery is chock-full of mishaps and madcap mania delivering “A Riotous Explosion of Ccomedy” (Daily Beast). Welcome to opening night of The Murder at Haversham Manor where things are quickly going from bad to utterly disastrous. With an unconscious leading lady, a corpse that can’t play dead, and actors who trip over everything (including their lines), it’s “Tons Of Fun For All Ages” (HuffPost) and “Comic Gold” (Variety) – sure to bring down the house!

Please note: only children age 5 and over with tickets will be allowed into the theater for this production.

The Play That Goes Wrong @ Civic Center
Jun 30 @ 6:30 pm

What would happen if Sherlock Holmes and Monty Python had an illegitimate Broadway baby? You’d get “The Play That Goes Wrong”, Broadway & London’s award-winning smash comedy! Called “A Gut-Busting Hit” (The New York Times) and “The Funniest Play Broadway Has Ever Seen” (HuffPost), this classic murder mystery is chock-full of mishaps and madcap mania delivering “A Riotous Explosion of Ccomedy” (Daily Beast). Welcome to opening night of The Murder at Haversham Manor where things are quickly going from bad to utterly disastrous. With an unconscious leading lady, a corpse that can’t play dead, and actors who trip over everything (including their lines), it’s “Tons Of Fun For All Ages” (HuffPost) and “Comic Gold” (Variety) – sure to bring down the house!

Please note: only children age 5 and over with tickets will be allowed into the theater for this production.

Music Under the Stars @ Capitol Grounds
Jun 30 @ 7:00 pm

In its 73rd season, Music Under the Stars is held at 7:00 pm on Sunday nights on the west Capitol grounds.  The concerts are FREE, open to the public and children are welcome.   Bring lawn chairs, blankets and a picnic dinner to enjoy the music.  Rain location is the Harmon Fine Arts Center at Drake University (25th & Carpenter).

June 9: Des Moines Metro Band/Metro Big Band
June 16: Des Moines Metro Band/Metro Big Band
June 23: Des Moines Metro Band/Metro Big Band
June 30: TBD
July 7: Des Moines Metro Band/Metro Big Band
July 14: TBD

Ozzy Osbourne No More Tours 2 @ Wells Fargo Arena
Jun 30 @ 7:30 pm

Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee and Grammy®-winning singer and songwriter OZZY OSBOURNE has announced additional North American tour dates for 2019. For these shows, OSBOURNE will be backed by his longtime collaborators Zakk Wylde (Guitar), Blasko (Bass), Tommy Clufetos (Drums) and Adam Wakeman (Keyboards), with Megadeth supporting for the entire North American run. The tour comes to Wells Fargo Arena in Des Moines on June 30.

Tickets for the 2019 North American “NO MORE TOURS 2” shows go on sale to the general public starting Friday, November 9 at noon at Hy-VeeTix.com, the Wells Fargo Arena ticket office, by phone at 844-55-HYVEE or any Des Moines area or Ames Hy-VeeTix.com locations. Citi is the official presale credit card of the tour. As such, Citi cardmembers will have access to purchase presale tickets beginning Tuesday, November 6 at 10AM (local time) until Thursday, November 8 at 10PM (local time) through Citi’s Private Pass® program. For complete presale details visit www.citiprivatepass.com.

The “NO MORE TOURS 2” tour launched in May 2018 in Santiago, Chile for solo shows in three countries followed by a six-week European leg of headlining solo dates and festival performances.  A North American tour followed kicking off August 30 in Allentown, PA, with the final four shows of that leg of the tour postponed for OZZY to recover from an infection.  Those four shows–Shoreline Amphitheatre in Mountain View, CA, North Island Credit Union Amphitheatre in Chula Vista, the Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles and MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas–will now conclude the 2019 dates. Tickets for these rescheduled dates are on sale now at LiveNation.com. The trek will also include a newly announced June 11 stop at Madison Square Garden in New York City.  Prior to his 2019 dates, OZZY will headline a special New Year’s Eve OZZFEST spectacular at the Forum in Los Angeles.

On his upcoming farewell world tour, produced by Live Nation, OSBOURNE will celebrate more than five decades as a performer (both as a solo artist and as lead singer of Black Sabbath which formed in 1968).  This tour, expected to take OZZY around the world with dates into 2020, will mark the end of global touring for the legendary artist, though he will continue to perform select live shows in the future.  Throughout his career, OZZY has sold more than 100 million records.

This will mark the first time Megadeth will join OSBOURNE for a full tour, although they have performed together previously at OZZFEST and other festivals around the world.  Megadeth burst onto the scene thirty years ago, virtually inventing a genre with their debut album Killing Is My Business… And Business Is Good! (recently recognized by VH1 as the Greatest Thrash Metal Debut Album of All Time) sold more than 38 million albums worldwide, earning numerous accolades including a 2017 GRAMMY® Award for “Best Metal Performance” for the title track of their fifteenth studio album Dystopia, 11 additional GRAMMY® nominations, a SILVER CLIO for their Dystopia campaign and scored five consecutive platinum albums—including 1992’s two-million-selling Countdown to Extinction.

Jul
2
Tue
2019 USA Gymnastics Championships @ Iowa Events Center
Jul 2 @ 9:00 am

Tickets for the 2019 USA Gymnastics Championships, the national championships for acrobatic gymnastics, rhythmic gymnastics, and trampoline and tumbling, in Des Moines, Iowa, are on sale now. The five-day championships includes both Junior Olympic and elite levels. Scheduled for July 2-6 at the Iowa Events Center, the competition will utilize the Community Choice Credit Union Convention Center, Hy-Vvee Hall and Wells Fargo Arena.

Several different ticket packages are available, tailored to meet the varying needs of spectators. The all-session pass, which grants access to every competitive session, is $95. All-day session ticket package prices, which provide access to every competitive session that day at the Iowa Events Center, are: July 2 and 3, $35; and July 4-6, $45. Evening session ticket prices are July 4 and 5, $20; and July 6, $25. Advance tickets may be purchased at Hy-VeeTix.com, 844-55-HYVEE, the Arena Box Office or any Des Moines or Ames Hy-VeeTix.com location.For Group discounts, contact Kyle Starcevich with the Iowa Events Center at kyle_starcevich@comcastspectacor.com. For special pricing for gymnastics clubs, contact Heather Williamson with USA Gymnastics athwilliamson@usagym.org.

With approximately 1,600 gymnasts competing across all three disciplines and all levels, the five-day schedule is complex, and a simplified version is included below. Rhythmic gymnastics and trampoline and tumbling will be held in the Community Choice Credit Union Convention Center (CCCU) and acrobatic gymnastics in the Hy-Vee Hall.  All three disciplines will also be held in the Wells Fargo Arena. All times are Central, and the schedule is subject to change.

July 2

CCCU Convention Center and Hy-Vee Hall

9 a.m.          Rhythmic gymnastics – Level 9; trampoline and tumbling – Levels 9 and 10

1:30 p.m.    Acrobatic gymnastics – Level 8; rhythmic gymnastics – Level 9; trampoline and tumbling – Levels 9 and 10

6 p.m.          Acrobatic gymnastics – Level 8; rhythmic gymnastics – Level 10; and trampoline and tumbling– synchronized trampoline, Levels 9 and 10, elite prelims

July 3

CCCU Convention Center and Hy-Vee Hall

9 a.m.          Acrobatic gymnastics – Levels 9 and 10; rhythmic gymnastics – Level 9; and trampoline and tumbling – Levels 9 and 10

1:30 p.m.    Acrobatic gymnastics – Level 8; rhythmic gymnastics – Level 9; and trampoline and tumbling – Levels 9 and 10

6 p.m.          Acrobatic gymnastics – Level 8; rhythmic gymnastics – Level 10; and trampoline and tumbling– synchronized trampoline elite finals

July 4

CCCU Convention Center and Hy-Vee Hall

9 a.m.          Acrobatic gymnastics – Levels 9 and 10; and trampoline and tumbling – Levels 9 and 10 finals

1:30 p.m.    Acrobatic gymnastics – 11-16 and 12-18 age groups; and trampoline and tumbling – youth, junior and open elite prelims

Wells Fargo Arena

1:30 p.m.    Rhythmic gymnastics – junior and senior B

6 p.m.          Acrobatic gymnastics – 13-19, senior; rhythmic gymnastics – senior A; and trampoline and tumbling – senior prelims

July 5

CCCU Convention Center and Hy-Vee Hall

9 a.m.          Acrobatic gymnastics – Level 7; rhythmic gymnastics – Levels 7 and 8; and trampoline and tumbling – youth, junior and open elite finals

1:30 p.m.    Acrobatic gymnastics – 11-16 and 12-18 age groups; and trampoline and tumbling – Level 8

Wells Fargo Arena

1:30 p.m.    Rhythmic gymnastics – junior/senior B

6 p.m.          Acrobatic gymnastics – 13-19, senior; rhythmic gymnastics – senior A; and trampoline and tumbling – senior prelims

July 6

CCCU Convention Center and Hy-Vee Hall

9 a.m.          Acrobatic gymnastics – Level 7; rhythmic gymnastics – Levels 7 and 8; and trampoline and tumbling – Level 8

1:30 p.m.    Acrobatic gymnastics – 12-18 age group; and trampoline and tumbling – Level 8

Wells Fargo Arena

1:30 p.m.    Rhythmic gymnastics – junior/senior B

6 p.m.          Acrobatic gymnastics – 13-19, senior; rhythmic gymnastics – senior all-around finals; and trampoline and tumbling – senior finals

For the junior and senior elite levels for each discipline, the athletes will vie for national titles. Performances in Des Moines also will determine berths on the junior and senior U.S. National Teams for acrobatic gymnastics, rhythmic gymnastics and trampoline and tumbling. The USA Gymnastics Championships is typically a part of the team selection process for World Championships and the Pan Am Games. The Junior Olympic division has several different levels, and national titles will be awarded for each level and age group for each discipline.

 

Jul
3
Wed
2019 USA Gymnastics Championships @ Iowa Events Center
Jul 3 @ 9:00 am

Tickets for the 2019 USA Gymnastics Championships, the national championships for acrobatic gymnastics, rhythmic gymnastics, and trampoline and tumbling, in Des Moines, Iowa, are on sale now. The five-day championships includes both Junior Olympic and elite levels. Scheduled for July 2-6 at the Iowa Events Center, the competition will utilize the Community Choice Credit Union Convention Center, Hy-Vvee Hall and Wells Fargo Arena.

Several different ticket packages are available, tailored to meet the varying needs of spectators. The all-session pass, which grants access to every competitive session, is $95. All-day session ticket package prices, which provide access to every competitive session that day at the Iowa Events Center, are: July 2 and 3, $35; and July 4-6, $45. Evening session ticket prices are July 4 and 5, $20; and July 6, $25. Advance tickets may be purchased at Hy-VeeTix.com, 844-55-HYVEE, the Arena Box Office or any Des Moines or Ames Hy-VeeTix.com location.For Group discounts, contact Kyle Starcevich with the Iowa Events Center at kyle_starcevich@comcastspectacor.com. For special pricing for gymnastics clubs, contact Heather Williamson with USA Gymnastics athwilliamson@usagym.org.

With approximately 1,600 gymnasts competing across all three disciplines and all levels, the five-day schedule is complex, and a simplified version is included below. Rhythmic gymnastics and trampoline and tumbling will be held in the Community Choice Credit Union Convention Center (CCCU) and acrobatic gymnastics in the Hy-Vee Hall.  All three disciplines will also be held in the Wells Fargo Arena. All times are Central, and the schedule is subject to change.

July 2

CCCU Convention Center and Hy-Vee Hall

9 a.m.          Rhythmic gymnastics – Level 9; trampoline and tumbling – Levels 9 and 10

1:30 p.m.    Acrobatic gymnastics – Level 8; rhythmic gymnastics – Level 9; trampoline and tumbling – Levels 9 and 10

6 p.m.          Acrobatic gymnastics – Level 8; rhythmic gymnastics – Level 10; and trampoline and tumbling– synchronized trampoline, Levels 9 and 10, elite prelims

July 3

CCCU Convention Center and Hy-Vee Hall

9 a.m.          Acrobatic gymnastics – Levels 9 and 10; rhythmic gymnastics – Level 9; and trampoline and tumbling – Levels 9 and 10

1:30 p.m.    Acrobatic gymnastics – Level 8; rhythmic gymnastics – Level 9; and trampoline and tumbling – Levels 9 and 10

6 p.m.          Acrobatic gymnastics – Level 8; rhythmic gymnastics – Level 10; and trampoline and tumbling– synchronized trampoline elite finals

July 4

CCCU Convention Center and Hy-Vee Hall

9 a.m.          Acrobatic gymnastics – Levels 9 and 10; and trampoline and tumbling – Levels 9 and 10 finals

1:30 p.m.    Acrobatic gymnastics – 11-16 and 12-18 age groups; and trampoline and tumbling – youth, junior and open elite prelims

Wells Fargo Arena

1:30 p.m.    Rhythmic gymnastics – junior and senior B

6 p.m.          Acrobatic gymnastics – 13-19, senior; rhythmic gymnastics – senior A; and trampoline and tumbling – senior prelims

July 5

CCCU Convention Center and Hy-Vee Hall

9 a.m.          Acrobatic gymnastics – Level 7; rhythmic gymnastics – Levels 7 and 8; and trampoline and tumbling – youth, junior and open elite finals

1:30 p.m.    Acrobatic gymnastics – 11-16 and 12-18 age groups; and trampoline and tumbling – Level 8

Wells Fargo Arena

1:30 p.m.    Rhythmic gymnastics – junior/senior B

6 p.m.          Acrobatic gymnastics – 13-19, senior; rhythmic gymnastics – senior A; and trampoline and tumbling – senior prelims

July 6

CCCU Convention Center and Hy-Vee Hall

9 a.m.          Acrobatic gymnastics – Level 7; rhythmic gymnastics – Levels 7 and 8; and trampoline and tumbling – Level 8

1:30 p.m.    Acrobatic gymnastics – 12-18 age group; and trampoline and tumbling – Level 8

Wells Fargo Arena

1:30 p.m.    Rhythmic gymnastics – junior/senior B

6 p.m.          Acrobatic gymnastics – 13-19, senior; rhythmic gymnastics – senior all-around finals; and trampoline and tumbling – senior finals

For the junior and senior elite levels for each discipline, the athletes will vie for national titles. Performances in Des Moines also will determine berths on the junior and senior U.S. National Teams for acrobatic gymnastics, rhythmic gymnastics and trampoline and tumbling. The USA Gymnastics Championships is typically a part of the team selection process for World Championships and the Pan Am Games. The Junior Olympic division has several different levels, and national titles will be awarded for each level and age group for each discipline.

 

Des Moines Symphony’s 26th annual Yankee Doodle Pops @ West Terrace, Iowa State Capitol
Jul 3 @ 8:30 pm

Join us for the Des Moines Symphony’s 26th annual Yankee Doodle Pops, Iowa’s largest single-day concert event! This family-friendly and patriotic concert concludes with the area’s premier fireworks display over the downtown Des Moines skyline, and best of all, it’s FREE! Bring your picnic baskets, blankets and lawn chairs, or purchase food from an array of vendors at the concert.

Cost

FREE! No tickets required.

Time

6:30pm: Concert Prelude
8:30pm: Des Moines Symphony’s 25th annual Yankee Doodle Pops concert

Jul
4
Thu
2019 USA Gymnastics Championships @ Iowa Events Center
Jul 4 @ 9:00 am

Tickets for the 2019 USA Gymnastics Championships, the national championships for acrobatic gymnastics, rhythmic gymnastics, and trampoline and tumbling, in Des Moines, Iowa, are on sale now. The five-day championships includes both Junior Olympic and elite levels. Scheduled for July 2-6 at the Iowa Events Center, the competition will utilize the Community Choice Credit Union Convention Center, Hy-Vvee Hall and Wells Fargo Arena.

Several different ticket packages are available, tailored to meet the varying needs of spectators. The all-session pass, which grants access to every competitive session, is $95. All-day session ticket package prices, which provide access to every competitive session that day at the Iowa Events Center, are: July 2 and 3, $35; and July 4-6, $45. Evening session ticket prices are July 4 and 5, $20; and July 6, $25. Advance tickets may be purchased at Hy-VeeTix.com, 844-55-HYVEE, the Arena Box Office or any Des Moines or Ames Hy-VeeTix.com location.For Group discounts, contact Kyle Starcevich with the Iowa Events Center at kyle_starcevich@comcastspectacor.com. For special pricing for gymnastics clubs, contact Heather Williamson with USA Gymnastics athwilliamson@usagym.org.

With approximately 1,600 gymnasts competing across all three disciplines and all levels, the five-day schedule is complex, and a simplified version is included below. Rhythmic gymnastics and trampoline and tumbling will be held in the Community Choice Credit Union Convention Center (CCCU) and acrobatic gymnastics in the Hy-Vee Hall.  All three disciplines will also be held in the Wells Fargo Arena. All times are Central, and the schedule is subject to change.

July 2

CCCU Convention Center and Hy-Vee Hall

9 a.m.          Rhythmic gymnastics – Level 9; trampoline and tumbling – Levels 9 and 10

1:30 p.m.    Acrobatic gymnastics – Level 8; rhythmic gymnastics – Level 9; trampoline and tumbling – Levels 9 and 10

6 p.m.          Acrobatic gymnastics – Level 8; rhythmic gymnastics – Level 10; and trampoline and tumbling– synchronized trampoline, Levels 9 and 10, elite prelims

July 3

CCCU Convention Center and Hy-Vee Hall

9 a.m.          Acrobatic gymnastics – Levels 9 and 10; rhythmic gymnastics – Level 9; and trampoline and tumbling – Levels 9 and 10

1:30 p.m.    Acrobatic gymnastics – Level 8; rhythmic gymnastics – Level 9; and trampoline and tumbling – Levels 9 and 10

6 p.m.          Acrobatic gymnastics – Level 8; rhythmic gymnastics – Level 10; and trampoline and tumbling– synchronized trampoline elite finals

July 4

CCCU Convention Center and Hy-Vee Hall

9 a.m.          Acrobatic gymnastics – Levels 9 and 10; and trampoline and tumbling – Levels 9 and 10 finals

1:30 p.m.    Acrobatic gymnastics – 11-16 and 12-18 age groups; and trampoline and tumbling – youth, junior and open elite prelims

Wells Fargo Arena

1:30 p.m.    Rhythmic gymnastics – junior and senior B

6 p.m.          Acrobatic gymnastics – 13-19, senior; rhythmic gymnastics – senior A; and trampoline and tumbling – senior prelims

July 5

CCCU Convention Center and Hy-Vee Hall

9 a.m.          Acrobatic gymnastics – Level 7; rhythmic gymnastics – Levels 7 and 8; and trampoline and tumbling – youth, junior and open elite finals

1:30 p.m.    Acrobatic gymnastics – 11-16 and 12-18 age groups; and trampoline and tumbling – Level 8

Wells Fargo Arena

1:30 p.m.    Rhythmic gymnastics – junior/senior B

6 p.m.          Acrobatic gymnastics – 13-19, senior; rhythmic gymnastics – senior A; and trampoline and tumbling – senior prelims

July 6

CCCU Convention Center and Hy-Vee Hall

9 a.m.          Acrobatic gymnastics – Level 7; rhythmic gymnastics – Levels 7 and 8; and trampoline and tumbling – Level 8

1:30 p.m.    Acrobatic gymnastics – 12-18 age group; and trampoline and tumbling – Level 8

Wells Fargo Arena

1:30 p.m.    Rhythmic gymnastics – junior/senior B

6 p.m.          Acrobatic gymnastics – 13-19, senior; rhythmic gymnastics – senior all-around finals; and trampoline and tumbling – senior finals

For the junior and senior elite levels for each discipline, the athletes will vie for national titles. Performances in Des Moines also will determine berths on the junior and senior U.S. National Teams for acrobatic gymnastics, rhythmic gymnastics and trampoline and tumbling. The USA Gymnastics Championships is typically a part of the team selection process for World Championships and the Pan Am Games. The Junior Olympic division has several different levels, and national titles will be awarded for each level and age group for each discipline.

 

Jul
5
Fri
2019 USA Gymnastics Championships @ Iowa Events Center
Jul 5 @ 9:00 am

Tickets for the 2019 USA Gymnastics Championships, the national championships for acrobatic gymnastics, rhythmic gymnastics, and trampoline and tumbling, in Des Moines, Iowa, are on sale now. The five-day championships includes both Junior Olympic and elite levels. Scheduled for July 2-6 at the Iowa Events Center, the competition will utilize the Community Choice Credit Union Convention Center, Hy-Vvee Hall and Wells Fargo Arena.

Several different ticket packages are available, tailored to meet the varying needs of spectators. The all-session pass, which grants access to every competitive session, is $95. All-day session ticket package prices, which provide access to every competitive session that day at the Iowa Events Center, are: July 2 and 3, $35; and July 4-6, $45. Evening session ticket prices are July 4 and 5, $20; and July 6, $25. Advance tickets may be purchased at Hy-VeeTix.com, 844-55-HYVEE, the Arena Box Office or any Des Moines or Ames Hy-VeeTix.com location.For Group discounts, contact Kyle Starcevich with the Iowa Events Center at kyle_starcevich@comcastspectacor.com. For special pricing for gymnastics clubs, contact Heather Williamson with USA Gymnastics athwilliamson@usagym.org.

With approximately 1,600 gymnasts competing across all three disciplines and all levels, the five-day schedule is complex, and a simplified version is included below. Rhythmic gymnastics and trampoline and tumbling will be held in the Community Choice Credit Union Convention Center (CCCU) and acrobatic gymnastics in the Hy-Vee Hall.  All three disciplines will also be held in the Wells Fargo Arena. All times are Central, and the schedule is subject to change.

July 2

CCCU Convention Center and Hy-Vee Hall

9 a.m.          Rhythmic gymnastics – Level 9; trampoline and tumbling – Levels 9 and 10

1:30 p.m.    Acrobatic gymnastics – Level 8; rhythmic gymnastics – Level 9; trampoline and tumbling – Levels 9 and 10

6 p.m.          Acrobatic gymnastics – Level 8; rhythmic gymnastics – Level 10; and trampoline and tumbling– synchronized trampoline, Levels 9 and 10, elite prelims

July 3

CCCU Convention Center and Hy-Vee Hall

9 a.m.          Acrobatic gymnastics – Levels 9 and 10; rhythmic gymnastics – Level 9; and trampoline and tumbling – Levels 9 and 10

1:30 p.m.    Acrobatic gymnastics – Level 8; rhythmic gymnastics – Level 9; and trampoline and tumbling – Levels 9 and 10

6 p.m.          Acrobatic gymnastics – Level 8; rhythmic gymnastics – Level 10; and trampoline and tumbling– synchronized trampoline elite finals

July 4

CCCU Convention Center and Hy-Vee Hall

9 a.m.          Acrobatic gymnastics – Levels 9 and 10; and trampoline and tumbling – Levels 9 and 10 finals

1:30 p.m.    Acrobatic gymnastics – 11-16 and 12-18 age groups; and trampoline and tumbling – youth, junior and open elite prelims

Wells Fargo Arena

1:30 p.m.    Rhythmic gymnastics – junior and senior B

6 p.m.          Acrobatic gymnastics – 13-19, senior; rhythmic gymnastics – senior A; and trampoline and tumbling – senior prelims

July 5

CCCU Convention Center and Hy-Vee Hall

9 a.m.          Acrobatic gymnastics – Level 7; rhythmic gymnastics – Levels 7 and 8; and trampoline and tumbling – youth, junior and open elite finals

1:30 p.m.    Acrobatic gymnastics – 11-16 and 12-18 age groups; and trampoline and tumbling – Level 8

Wells Fargo Arena

1:30 p.m.    Rhythmic gymnastics – junior/senior B

6 p.m.          Acrobatic gymnastics – 13-19, senior; rhythmic gymnastics – senior A; and trampoline and tumbling – senior prelims

July 6

CCCU Convention Center and Hy-Vee Hall

9 a.m.          Acrobatic gymnastics – Level 7; rhythmic gymnastics – Levels 7 and 8; and trampoline and tumbling – Level 8

1:30 p.m.    Acrobatic gymnastics – 12-18 age group; and trampoline and tumbling – Level 8

Wells Fargo Arena

1:30 p.m.    Rhythmic gymnastics – junior/senior B

6 p.m.          Acrobatic gymnastics – 13-19, senior; rhythmic gymnastics – senior all-around finals; and trampoline and tumbling – senior finals

For the junior and senior elite levels for each discipline, the athletes will vie for national titles. Performances in Des Moines also will determine berths on the junior and senior U.S. National Teams for acrobatic gymnastics, rhythmic gymnastics and trampoline and tumbling. The USA Gymnastics Championships is typically a part of the team selection process for World Championships and the Pan Am Games. The Junior Olympic division has several different levels, and national titles will be awarded for each level and age group for each discipline.

 

Belin Quartet Concert @ Various Locations
Jul 5 @ 12:15 pm

he Belin Quartet is celebrating their 20th season this summer! All concerts in the series are on Fridays and begin at 12:15 pm and are FREE and open to the public.

May 31: Greater Des Moines Botanical Garden
June 7: Central Library Lawn
June 14: Central Library Lawn
June 21: Central Library Lawn
June 28: Cowles Commons
July 5: Killinger Family Stage @ Lauridsen Amphitheater, Water Works Park Cultural Series concert
July 12: Killinger Family Stage @ Lauridsen Amphitheater, Water Works Park Cultural Series concert
July 19: Central Library Lawn Children’s Concert at 10:30 am
July 26: Principal Financial Group Campus
August 2: Killinger Family Stage @ Lauridsen Amphitheater, Water Works Park Cultural Series concert