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Free 3rd Annual Waterfront Art & Music Festival to hit Fall River waterfront

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With all of the buzz for events on the waterfront, Creative Arts Network Inc., C.A.N. is listening.

Creative Arts Network Inc., C.A.N. kicks off the summer season with the 3rd Annual Waterfront Art & Music Festival on Saturday, June 15 from 1:00pm – 8:00pm on the Fall River Waterfront at DCR Fall River Heritage State Park.

Throughout the day you will enjoy live bands with a variety of music starting with Louie Leeman & Cheap Sneakers playing fun festival music, followed by Steve Smith and the Nakeds. Next to take the stage will be Zoink Zulag and the Galactic Shag who combines a blend of cosmic sounds while in full costume / character. Back by popular demand, Back In The Day will close out the evening playing a wide range of music including Styx, Loverboy, Van Halen, Journey, Cheap Trick, and Bon Jovi.

The schedule is as follows:

Lou Leeman and the Cheap Sneakers

1:00pm-2:00pm

Steve Smith and the Nakeds

2:30pm-4:00pm

Zoink Zulag and the Galactic Shag

4:30pm-6:00pm

Back In The Day

6:30pm-8:00pm

While the bands are breaking down and setting up for a new set, you will be entertained with “Jasper King” “Hodge Podge” with his giant life size puppets, giant bubble making, hula hoop lessons, juggling, and balloon artistry. There will also be special appearances from Spider Man, Minnie Mouse and Mickey Mouse.

There will also be artist vendors set up with a variety of artisans.

Food trucks will be on hand for something to eat and Del’s Lemonade will be on site for a refreshing beverage.

Mark your calendars, pack a picnic, and don’t forget your chair and blankets for a family friendly day of entertainment on the waterfront at DCR Fall River Heritage Sate Park June 15th from 1:00pm-8:00pm

This event is FREE and open to the public.

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