FAYETTEVILLE — Faye Fest Music and Food Festival has announced the entertainment lineup for its 2017 event. Americana rock band Jamestown Revival headlines the inaugural festival, with country-soul artist Sam Lewis, bluegrass group Old Salt Union, rockers The Steepwater Band and regional favorite Well Hungarians rounding out the lineup for the Sept. 30 event in the St. Clair County town of Fayetteville, Ill.
“We are proud to bring a top-notch entertainment lineup to the Faye Fest stage for this first-of-its-kind event,” says Justin Siegel, president of Deli Star Corp., which is presenting the event. “With Faye Fest, we are excited to offer our festivalgoers a free, all-day music and food experience that showcases Deli Star’s commitment to discovering new and better was to produce health, happiness and the joy of food. We invite those of all ages from near and far to join us in experiencing a day of unforgettable fun.”
The Faye Fest Music and Food Festival is presented by Deli Star Corporation in celebration of its 30th anniversary. Entrance to the daylong event is free and open to all ages. A number of food options will be available, including a variety of food trucks and a VIP experience featuring a farm-to-fork inspired menu created by Deli Star’s executive chef.
Gates open at 11 a.m. at Fayetteville Community Park: 2516 Main Ave., Fayetteville, IL 62258 (located next to the Deli Star Corp. building)
The event is free to the public. Ticketed VIP experiences through sponsorships are available. Please visit www.fayefest.com to learn more.
Free and paid parking options are available. Attendees are encouraged to secure a parking spot in a Faye Fest-designated parking lot. To RSVP for a parking spot or valet, visit www.fayefest.com.
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