Festival to celebrate spring in style

March 25, 2014 by  

The 32nd annual Salisbury Festival is taking place over three days this April. A portion of the proceeds will go to help local non-profit organizations.

The festival will take over the streets of downtown Salisbury for a fun weekend suitable for people of all ages. It will start off with a free Friday night block party, which will include carnival games and rides, food, beer and wine, and entertainment. Saturday is set to feature the International Beer Festival featuring beer from over 20 countries.

Also featured on Saturday is Arts on the Plaza, in which artist and crafters will be selling their handmade items. Commercial vendors will also be on hand to offer their merchandise. The 12th annual Park and Flea outdoor flea market is also taking place in front of the State Office complex.

In addition, the Shore Fresh Grower’s Farmers’ Market is taking place over the weekend. Many of the vendors who plan to participate might want to invest in services that will draw attention to their booths. This may include banner printing to help their booth stand out from the others.

The Salisbury Festival is being held from April 25 to 27 and is free to attend. Tickets for the International Beer Festive are $25 in advance or $30 at the door. Carnival rides wristbands will be available to provide unlimited rides. To find out more, visit the official event website.

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