The Misquamicut Business Association (MBA) is pleased to announce the Misquamicut FallFest, Friday September 16th from 5 PM through Sunday September 18th at 5 PM at the Misquamicut State Beach in Westerly, RI. FallFest will include an Outdoor International Food Court, crafters and commercial vendors, Rockwell Amusements with Ferris Wheel and major rides, Circle K petting Zoo, Pony rides, fireworks, a Classic Car Cruise, a race car, street performers, "Kidz on the Go" obstacle course and more! Local and national entertainment including Terry Sylvester of The Hollies and the New Classic Rock All Stars with members of Blues Image, Iron Butterfly, The Knack, Blue Oyster Cult and Steppenwolf will perform. A Beer and Wine Garden, and a Home, Garden and Vacation area will also be featured. A fireworks display will kick off the celebration on Friday night. On Sunday morning Misquamicut will also host the "Surftown Half" which will be a half marathon starting and ending at the Festival. Admission is $5. Parking is $3.Children 3 and under are free. Click here to read more.
Lenny's Indian Head Inn is having a 'Fest Party On the Patio' this Sunday from 3 until whenever the party stops. $3.00 Fest Pints, Clammie appearance, Gansett Girls and more. We will be promoting Neighbor Day by videotaping customers on how they will celebrate 'Neighbor Day'. Should be fun!
Lenny's Indian Head Inn
205 South Montowese Street
Rumble On The River - There are more music festivals than ever these days, with something for everyone, ranging from sensory-overloading Big Deals'Bonnaroo, Lollapalooza, Coachella'to single-day gatherings and road-tested electronica festivals. There are at least a handful of festivals every weekend, and a bunch around here, including Tweed River Festival, Royal Family Affair, and Wormtown. Yeah, there are a lot, which means we're itching to get involved. It is the festival era after all. So we've planned a nice one-dayer for you. Sunday, September 18 is the date.
There's one major factor that separates our outdoor music festival from the rest: It's free. Also, it's seriously close to home, on the Charles River in Brighton (20 Nonantum Rd. at the Community Rowing boathouse). We've brought you six bands, and they all have at least one common trait: They can all bring it live. So here it is: Meet the starting lineup for the 2011 Rumble on the River, hosted by our friends at Community Rowing Inc., and presented by MySecretBoston. And yes, there will be a chance for you to row.
Set times: Sunday, September 18
Pimps of Joytime: 5:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.
Roots of Creation: 4:25 p.m. to 5:10 p.m.
Sea Monsters: 3:20 p.m. to 4:05 p.m.
Ghosts of Jupiter (Nate Wilson Group): 2:15 p.m. to 3 p.m.
Dub Apocalypse: 1 p.m. to 1:45 p.m.
Banana Phonetic: noon to 12:40 p.m.
Check out MySecretBoston.com to learn more and check out the bands.
Live Music! Beer Garden! German Food! Games, Contests & More!
Throw on some lederhosen, try a brat and a pils! German hats and kazoos to the first 300 guests. All proceeds will benefit the Salem YMCA. Tickets are $20 and include beer sampling (2 ounce pours), mug and great entertainment. Full beer mugs are available for $2. Enjoy live music from The Dejas, Clay Ventre & the Bond Girls, The Riffnicks, Mighty Tiny, & Richard the Accordian Player! EJnoy a sampling of fine brews from Narragansett, Blue Hills Brewing, Notch American Session Beer, Salem Beerworks, Penn Brewing, Uinta Brewing, Konig and Weifenstephaner, and Isaak's of Salem Mead. Great German Fare available for small plate prices $1 - $5 from Cafe Polonia, The Lobster Shanty, Polonus, Upper Crust Pizza. Thanks to Eastern Bank for sponsoring and Digital Imaging for print! Tickets are available on sale now at Pamplemousse, Cafe Polonia and Salem Cycle or online at salemoktoberfest.com. Tickets and food/libations at the event are cash only. Must be 21+ to attend.