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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.

 

 

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