The City of Everett announces its second annual Village Fest!
The City of Everett and Mayor Carlo DeMaria are pleased to announce the Everett Village Fest, the ultimate street fair featuring music, food, suds and spirits, coming to the Village Business District, along Santilli Highway, on Saturday, September 17th from 3pm to 9pm. The festival will feature legendary Rock band, Eve 6, as well some of the area’s top food trucks, beer from Night Shift Brewery, Bone Up Brewing Company, Down the Road, spirits from Short Path Distillery and lawn games for everyone to play. Entry to the festival is free and will go on rain or shine.
The pop-punk band Eve 6 made a smashing debut when its hit single "Inside Out" topped the music charts and launched the band into stardom. Since then, Max Collins, Jon Siebels and Tony Fagenson have recorded four albums and performed on popular TV shows such as The Tonight Show with Jay Leno and Jimmy Kimmel Live. The Eve 6 performance is graciously being sponsored courtesy of Wynn Everett. Also featured on the music stage will be local favorites the Gravel Project, Daemon Chilli, Analog Heart, Rebecca Zama, Herland Brothers, and Pete Kilpatrick Band.
Some of the area’s best food trucks will be on hand offering everything from Asian cuisine to Mexican cuisine to Middle Eastern cuisine to BBQ, pizza, pasta, homemade ice cream sandwiches, cupcakes and much, much more. Food trucks include Barracuda Tavern, Chik Chak Food Truck, Cupcake City, Dining Car, Frozen Hoagies, Munch Mobile, Northeast of the Border, Sate Mongoose, Square Deli, Teri Yummy, The Roving Lunchbox, and Off the Hook Ipswich.
Everett’s own Night Shift Brewing, Bone Up Brewing Company, Down the Road and Short Path Distillery will be on hand as the perfect complement to the food trucks. Free, non-alcoholic beverages will be provided by Polar Beverages.
Presented by the City of Everett and Mayor Carlo DeMaria, Village Fest has been created to showcase the great businesses and culture that exist in the City. “We are excited to share all that Everett has to offer with everyone in the region,” says Mayor DeMaria. “This is a celebration of the City and we invite people from all over to join us for an afternoon and evening of great music, food, drinks and fun.”
In addition to the music, food, beer and spirits, there will be lawn games and booths showcasing local businesses and organizations. It is a true city-wide celebration and not to be missed.
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