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Wilmington NC Riverfest

Celebrated on the first full weekend of October, the Riverfest runs through Historic Downtown Wilmington on Water Street from the foot of Market Street to Cape Fear Community College. Currently drawing tens of thousands of people, this free, family-oriented celebration is a two-day event and has grown to be a widely anticipated annual celebration.  Riverfest was created in February 1979, by a group of Wilmingtonians interested in showcasing downtown Wilmington and the Cape Fear River and has since resulted in a cultural street festival that entices locals and tourists alike to our amazing Historic Downtown.

 

Wilmington NC Riverfest

Celebrated on the first full weekend of October, the Riverfest runs through Historic Downtown Wilmington on Water Street from the foot of Market Street to Cape Fear Community College. Currently drawing tens of thousands of people, this free, family-oriented celebration is a two-day event and has grown to be a widely anticipated annual celebration.  Riverfest was created in February 1979, by a group of Wilmingtonians interested in showcasing downtown Wilmington and the Cape Fear River and has since resulted in a cultural street festival that entices locals and tourists alike to our amazing Historic Downtown.

 

Wide Open Bluegrass

Mushpa + Mensa will be there!!!

Wide Open Bluegrass!

8 FREE music stages take over downtown Raleigh, NC featuring IBMA and Grammy Award winners, top-notch emerging acts, and traditional bluegrass, and acts that stretch boundaries in downtown Raleigh, NC. The Main Stage at Red Hat Amphitheater is a fundraiser for the IBMA Trust Fund, a 501c(3) that provides emergency support for bluegrass music professionals. The festival also features a dance tent, workshops and exhibit hall with instruments and gear in the Raleigh Convention Center, food vendors, a juried arts market area, and more!

NEW for 2019, the Main Stage at Red Hat Amphitheater is FREE! (Subject to venue capacity)

Limited preferred reserved seating is available for purchase in sections 1-3 of the amphitheater.

Wide Open Bluegrass

 

Mushpa + Mensa will be there!!!

Wide Open Bluegrass!

8 FREE music stages take over downtown Raleigh, NC featuring IBMA and Grammy Award winners, top-notch emerging acts, and traditional bluegrass, and acts that stretch boundaries in downtown Raleigh, NC. The Main Stage at Red Hat Amphitheater is a fundraiser for the IBMA Trust Fund, a 501c(3) that provides emergency support for bluegrass music professionals. The festival also features a dance tent, workshops and exhibit hall with instruments and gear in the Raleigh Convention Center, food vendors, a juried arts market area, and more!

NEW for 2019, the Main Stage at Red Hat Amphitheater is FREE! (Subject to venue capacity)

Limited preferred reserved seating is available for purchase in sections 1-3 of the amphitheater.

The Raleigh Night Market

“Awesome experience w/ a ton of local artists, vendors, booze & food. City Market truly comes alive during the Raleigh Night Market!

Sounds perfect to us! See you there.

– Mushpa + Mensa

Oak Island Art Guild Annual Arts & Craft Festival

The Annual Oak Island Art Guild Arts & Crafts Festival will feature more than 100 artists and craft vendors who will show and sell their handmade wares. Fine art, pottery, stained glass, needlecraft, Christmas ornaments, woodcarvings, basket weaving, photography, books, posters, jewelry, toys, lawn/garden items and more will be for sale. Food vendors will be offering a variety of sandwiches, soft drinks, ices and delectables.

The BIG What?

Big Something’s annual Summer music festival and campout, The Big What? takes places over 3 nights in central North Carolina.

Now in its 8th year, The BIG What? has established itself as one of the best intimate festival experiences in the Southeast with an eclectic line up of musicians, artists, and vendors and a great community of music lovers that help create a friendly and imaginative environment with theme nights, costume contests and lots of southern hospitality.

Each year the festival features a musical and artistic adventure put together by the band members of Big Something. This includes multiple unique performances by Big Something plus many of their favorite regional and national touring bands in addition to a visual art gallery to showcase several up and coming visual artists.

On site amenities include a vendor village, wooded camping, car camping, RV camping, outdoor showers, morning yoga, a photobooth and several guided workshops and activities.

Art Market at the Moore Square Grand Opening Celebration

Join us for the long-awaited Grand Opening Celebration! The event will feature a plethora of activities that highlight the unique slate of programs and events planned for the Square. There will be vendors, entertainers, activities and Moore!

Artsplosure will be curating an art market and a hands on project by Kid Lab will be on display. The mainstage performances will include Raleigh Rockers, Oak City Voices, Sandbox Band, Shiloh Hill and Ellis Dyson and the Shambles. Come see all of the new features of the park and enjoy a fun day out with the family!

Mushpa + Mensa will be there!

FloydFest 19 Voyage Home

Welcome to FloydFest 19~Wild! We love you, and we can’t wait to see you again.

Their mission is to be the best music festival experience of their time; to sell a limited quantity of tickets to the highest-quality event experience, bar none, celebrating music, art and life in an intimate, visually stunning environment.

Mushpa + Mensa loves it! See you there

Poplar Grove Food Truck Round Up

Join us on the front lawn for a Food Truck Round Up on Saturday, July 20, from 3 – 8 pm. This late afternoon event will also have a Beer & Wine Garden, and Folkstone Stringband will be playing on the front porch of the Manor House with a few sporting lawn games, so there’s plenty to do for the young and young-at-heart.Admission is free, but donations are gladly accepted.

Below is the list of 2019 Food & Concession Trucks who are participating. A select group of heritage arts vendors will be gracing the front lawn carriage pathway.  All funds generated support the feed and medical costs of our beloved equines.