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Niagara Falls Music & Arts Festival Kicks Off on Friday @ 4pm

Old Falls Street in Downtown Niagara Falls will once again be host to Niagara Falls’ most popular festival of the year on Friday, June 19th through Sunday, June 21st. In its third year on Old Falls Street the NFMAF has grown tremendously into one of Niagara’s key events during the summer.

Visitors will have plenty to experience and enjoy during this year’s festival …

This year’s festival is stacked with 34 of your favorite or budding local bands/musicians including JJ Swing, Thurman Brothers, Den of Lions, Dee Adams Band, CLYDE, Next Level, Generation Gap, Tiger Chun Lee, Navigator, The USA Band, Tim Andrews, Junkyard Dogs, Chris Borgatti & Friends, Angelo Thomas, and The Chicago Blues Connection. (see full list here)

More than 50 artists will be on hand showcasing their work from woodcarving to pottery. These include work done by Rove, J & J Boutique, Kim Reeves, Indipendants, Jewelry Photography by Jim Neiss, Paul Hanover, Rosanna’s Jewelry Accessories, Kyle-Lynn Tuttle, Parker Sillaway, Pascal, Patrick Williams, Kathy Antonucci, Monica Williams, Mary Grace, Ashley Kay, and many more! (see full list here)

Twenty area food trucks are set to converge on the festival offering a variety of different cuisines and culinary creations. Local favorites will be on hand including Viola’s Subs among other unique delectable food from Smoothies Plus, Macarollin, and The Lousiana Cookery.

Additional fun activities for children include hula hooping, face painting, and a Home Depot’s kid zone.

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Visit the NFMAF Website for More Information

Written by Niagara Falls Guy

Niagara Falls Guy

Buffalo and Niagara Falls are connected as a region. The cities are tied together through an economic, cultural and environmental climate. Not to mention the people that strive to make Western NY a place that is filled with growth and opportunity. Niagara Falls is an international draw that deserves ample coverage when fitting news comes to pass.

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