Music festival set to take over downtown Richmond this September

August 21, 2013 by  

The Fall Line Festival is taking place in downtown Richmond over two days this September. The festival is a celebration of music, art and food.

The gathering is restricted to those aged 18 and over, and some VIP activities require guests be over 21 years of age. Musical artists such as Alison Self, Big Freedia, Josh Small and White Laces will be performing at various venues such as The Hippodrome and The Camel. Art galleries will be holding special events and local restaurants will be giving offering fixed price menus and special cocktails. Special VIP tickets will treat guests to a private bar area in selected venues, premier restaurant seating, a goodie bag and coupons.

Local businesses may be donating some items which will be included in the goodie bag and providing money-saving coupons for their products and/or services.

The festival will be a good way for the general public to discover some local musicians and to be introduced to area restaurants they might not have visited before. It should definitely attract visitors to the downtown area.

It’s likely that Richmond printing companies will be helping the organizers of the event prepare. This will probably include products such as flyers, postcards and posters to help advertise the festival.

The Fall Line Festival will take place in Richmond from September 6 to 7. Two day passes are available for $20 for general admission and $55 for VIP. For more information call 866-707-2289.

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