Danville Area Convention and Visitors' Bureau

(217) 442-2096

100 West Main Street Suite #146 Danville, IL 61832


Alley Gallery is located in the rear of Crose Insurance. Enter either from Vermilion Street or parking in the lot behind.

Free Live Music

Every Friday 6:00-9:00 PM

Temple Plaza – Downtown Danville

Summer Sounds:

May 25 – Wreckless Whiskey
June 1 – Alex Jenkins & The Bombers
June 8 – James Jones Trio
June 17 – House of Cards
June 22 – Sunset Strip
June 29 – ArtBeat Music Week
July 6 – Rock Posse
July 13 – No Music – Balloons Over Vermilion
July 20 – Mank N Sass
July 27 – Vinyl Generation
August 3 – 90’s Daughter
August 10 – Boss Hogg & The Rambling Troubadours
August 17 – Steve Rodman & Love Sign
August 24 – Dalton Halls Band


ArtBeat Music Week

June 26 @ Danville Stadium
June 27 @ Kresge
June 28 @ Kresge
June 29 @ Temple
June 30 @ Temple

Artist, Mike Harper


Free live music on Friday nights at Turtle Run

6:00 – 9:00 PM

June 1 – Feudin’ Hillbillys
June 15 – Cuzin Eddie
June 29 – James Jones Trio
July 20 – TBT Band
August 3 – Trey Hughes
August 17 – Stone Bluff

4th annual tournament August 4th & 5th.

Dale Manor, Artist

The Balloon Classic Walldog mural depicts balloons that actually flew at the event.  Look closely at the participants, some may be familiar to area residents.


Michael Clark, Artist

Freight and passenger service was a key element in the growth of industry and population.  The train depicted is likely “The Dixieland” that stopped in Danville on its trek from Chicago to Florida.

The artist used shades of purple to provide greater definition of detail when painting the locomotive itself.  He has produced a limited number of signed and numbered prints of his mural.


Kickapoo State Recreation Area is an Illinois state park on in Vermilion County, Illinois, United States. Located just outside Danville, Illinois, this park is easily accessible through route I-74. It is away from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and from Indianapolis. According to the Illinois Department of Natural Resources, the name Kickapoo originated from the Kickapoo village that once existed near the junction of the Salt Fork and Middle Fork branches of the Vermilion River. After Europeans settled in the area and displaced the Native Americans, the Europeans began to dig wells to harvest salt from salt springs, called salines. In the early 20th century the land was then strip-mined for coal. Kickapoo State Park was the first park in the United States to be located on strip-mined land. The state of Illinois purchased the Kickapoo State Park Area in 1939 with donation money from Danville residents and the land has since recovered from the extraction of these resources.


Home to Kickapoo Adventures and the Park Bistro.

Founded in 1974, Kennekuk County Park is 3000 acres in size and is located five miles west of Danville. It is bordered on the west by the Middle Fork National Scenic River and the Middle Fork State Wildlife Area (3000 acres). Kickapoo State Park (3000 acres) is three miles to the south. Kennekuk County Park is an oak-hickory forest type with native tall grass prairie areas. It contains three Illinois Nature Preserves within its boundaries (Windfall Prairie, Horseshoe Bottoms and Fairchild Cemetery). Park activities include fishing, hiking, biking, hunting, canoeing, and water sports.

Refurbish & Restore anything, we specialize is antiquing faux and distressing furniture and making some of our own creations as well.

Danville Area Convention and Visitors' Bureau