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Hampton’s Saturday Summer Street Fest — returns this Saturday

hampton street festAssuming we have good weather The group Cracker, known for rock radio hits "Low," "Euro-Trash Girl," and "Get Off This,"will perform at the season’s first outdoor bash on April 24.

In addition to music, the Street Fest includes a children’s area outfitted with inflatable rides, face painting and craft activities. Children can enjoy unlimited fun there with a $4 ticket.
As always, though, admission to the block party itself is free.

 

 

Dates/ Times : every Saturday beginning April 24, from 6 p.m. to 11 p.m. at the corner of King Street and Queensway in Downtown Hampton.
Enjoy local and regional entertainment, cold refreshments, and plenty of activities for the young and old.
Admission is free and everyone’s invited to this street party!

Directions: take exit 267 on I-64 to Hampton’s waterfront.

For more information on the Hampton Street Fest click here.

Band Schedule for Hampton Summer Street Fest 2010:
 
April 24 National Act Cracker with special guest Octane 80 (www.crackersoul.com )
May 1 Hot Cakes
May 8 Tidewater Drive Band
May 15 Julius Pittman and the Revival
May 22 Power Play with Special Guest the Academy of Rock (www.academyofrockmusicva.com /)
May 29 Slapwater (www.slapwater.com )
June 5 Strictly Bizzness
June 12 Black White Blues
June 19 Dave Cynar
June 26  Molly Hatchet with special guest TBA (www.mollyhatchet.com /)
July 3 Full Metal Jackson (formerly Snackbar Jones)
July 10 Fins Party Band
July 17 Strictly Bizzness
July 24 Heather Edwards Band (www.heatheredwardsband.com )
July 31 Emmitt Swimming with special guest
Aug. 7 Octane 80 with Special Guest the Academy of Rock (www.academyofrockmusicva.com /)
Aug. 14 The Janitors
Aug. 21 Vinyl Headlights
Aug 28 Excess Baggage
Sept. 4 Slapwater (www.slapwater.com )

 

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  1. Had a great time listening to vinyl headlights. Scott keep in.viting the best bands.

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