16th Day Of The Dozer

It is the 16th Year that Day Of The Dozer has been giving kids the ultimate ride! This year’s event will on Saturday, August 24th from 10 am – 4 pm at the McLean County Fairgrounds in Bloomington.

Your kids will be in the driver’s seat and be able to drive dozers, excavators, and other heavy equipment with a professional operator at their side! Additional farming, construction, and emergency vehicles will also be on hand. Food and other refreshments will be available on the day of the event as well.

Tickets are available now! Advance tickets are $5 and includes a souvenir hard hat. Purchase your child’s ticket at Hy-Vee Bloomington, The School Shop, and Stark Excavating. Tickets will be $7 at the gate on the day of the event. Tickets are NOT required for adults.

Proceeds benefit the “Stay 4” project to help address the high school drop-out crisis and help low income students succeed.

More than 11,000 kids have attended the event over the past 16 years. Make sure your kids join the club! Buy your tickets now. For more information, visit dayofthedozer.net.


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