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Art on display: in tents, on stage, by the beach
Looking to enjoy some live music and theatre, grab a bite to eat or get in touch with your artistic side? Just follow your nose, or your ears—since the food is located adjacent to the live performance area stage, demonstration tents and family art activities area.
See the map and list of 2016 artists
• Saturday music stage performances by The Boomchucks, a staple Duluth rock n roll band featuring original songs by Jamie Ness and Brad Nelson; and singer-songwriter-violinist Gaelynn Lea, winner of National Public Radio’s 2016 Tiny Desk Contest.
• Sunday stage performances by The Hankies, Duluth’s Hank Williams Sr. country music tribute band; and singer-guitarist Jim Hall, a local legend of bluegrass, folk and rock sound.
Food trucks and finds
• Food vendors selling everything from BBQ and gyros to kettle corn and ice cream.
• Free family make-and-take art area where visitors can delve into the fun.
• Artist demos offer a closer look at forming hot glass, fiber arts, woodturning, drawing and other processes.
Attention performing artists:
If you would like to be considered to perform on stage or as a roving musician at the Park Point Art Fair, please email Carla at firstname.lastname@example.org
Food vendors look for an application under the food vendor info tab. Apps are due March 1, the year you are applying for.