Fall Fest and Street Dance about to strut its stuff

September 28, 2013 by  

Missouri will once again by the state hosting the Fall Fest and Street Dance in O’Fallon, a city just outside of St. Louis. Visitors will have the fun of dancing all night and shopping all day at the annual event. In addition to the festival and street dance, a 5K run will take place during the weekend.

Many activities are planned for the weekend of October 11-12 for the festival. On Friday, October 11 from 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm, the dance party will kick off the festivities. Trixie Delight will perform rock music from the 1960s, 70s, 80s, and 90s. They will also play current day music during the evening. Admission is free.

Vendors will provide concessions during the festival offering many delicious edibles for purchase. Other vendor offerings will include gifts, jewelry, accessories, clothing, outdoor items, and arts and crafts.

On Saturday, family entertainment will include the Chris Clark Bicycle Stunt Show at the main stage within the bandstand. Other acts include Latin guitar music performed by Aaron Burlbaw, acoustic bluegrass, and country music from Johnny and Ethan.

The O’Fallon Historical Society Log Cabin Museum will be open during the festival, offering a rope maker and broom squire, an archaeological demonstration, and free tours of the museum.

Printing services frequently provide the supplies needed to promote festivals like this, such as flyer and poster printing. Flyers are distributed from many sources, while posters can be mounted on any flat surface in high traffic areas.

For more information, visit the website or call 636-379-5502.