The Mum Festival Committee announced the 2018 Mum Festival theme is “Fall in Love with Bristol”.
This year’s Festival dates are Thursday, September 20th – Sunday, September 23rd.
Over the course of the Festival weekend, the 2018 Mum Fest will feature a carnival with amusement rides, dozens of vendors from area businesses, crafters, local producers, restaurants, food trucks, community organizations, non- profits, and museums.
Admission is free and in addition the Festival will feature children’s programming, a petting zoo, pony rides, touch-a-vehicle, horse and carriage rides, an Art and Jazz Gala, great food, a beer and wine garden, all-day live music and entertainment, a car show, a Harley bike show, Fireworks on Friday night, the famous traditional Mum parade on Sunday and so much more.
“There is something for everyone,” said Jack Ferraro, Mum Festival Chairman. “The Mum Festival has been a part of Bristol History for almost six decades and the all-volunteer Mum Festival Committee has put together a very a special event that truly showcases the best that Bristol has to offer.”
As the Fall approaches the Committee is looking for those interested in becoming Festival sponsors, vendors, volunteers or those individuals or organizations interested in participating in the Mum Festival Parade.
While the event is filling up quickly, Vendor applications and Parade applications are still being accepted.
“Planning for this years’ Mum Festival is fully underway and this year promises to be bigger and better than ever,” continued Jack Ferraro. “Look for more information to be released throughout the summer and early fall. And remember, we need your support!”
For more information on the 2018 Mum Festival & Parade visit: http://www.bristolmumfestival.com.
The Mum Festival & Parade is Directed by the Exchange Club of Bristol CT INC., a Non-Profit 501-(c)3 The Mum Festival & Parade is a City of Bristol Sponsored Event
Sponsorship & General Inquiries Jack Ferraro Festival General Chairman e: email@example.com
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Parade Inquiries Dianna Tack Mum Festival Parade Chair e: email@example.com
Communication Inquiries Shannen Tack Mickey Goldwasser Marketing Chairs e: firstname.lastname@example.org
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