Alabaster drums up its annual CityFest

May 21, 2013 by  

To get June off and running, Alabaster will be holding CityFest, now in its 11th year.

The music festival is organized by the Alabaster Arts Council and features performers from across all different types of musical genres. There is a KidsFest stage area as well, with performers aimed at younger audiences, while a KidsFest activity area will keep children busy with things like arts and crafts, a Lowe’s building workshop, and a drum circle. Finally, there is also a 5K run on the day of the event.

Some of the more notable performers this year are the Coyote Jack Band, Josh Turner, and Ed Kowalczyk from the rock band Live. Spectacular Science and Marvelous Magic are the headlining acts for KidsFest, both of which are interactive shows full of tricks and demonstrations that require audience participation.

The organizers for this event will no doubt want to advertise it to make sure that they draw in as many people as possible. Printing flyers and promotional posters is a good way to get the word out. Banner printing companies may also be helpful to organizers, since they can make banners for the different performance stages, as well as the race area. Vendors will also be on hand at the event, perhaps turning to brochure and catalogue printing to support their endeavors.

The festival is set to be held on Saturday, June 1, and more information on the planned programs and the event’s history can be found on its website.