Music and arts fest set for Sept. 28-30
Heidi Zemach | For The LOG
Young man works at his juggling at last year’s arts festival.
The annual Seward Music and Arts Festival will fill the Alaska Railroad Cruise Ship Terminal Sept. 28-30 with delights for all the senses and all ages.
The music and performances are non-stop for three days. Artisan booths and food vendors will fill the terminal.
Musicians slated to perform include: Orion Donicht, Super Saturated Sugar Strings, Tammy Whynot and the Divorcees, The Avery Wolves, Feeding Frenzy, Historian, Hawkins Wright, Rebecca File, Melissa Mitchell with Spiff and Rik, Nervis Rex, and more to come
The festival, sponsored by Seward Arts Council, remains committed to youth involvement, education, and creative inspiration, as well as a low environmental impact philosophy. The Seward Arts Council promotes a family friendly festival with children’s activities and artist projects throughout the weekend, including the Seward Mural Society’s Community Mural Project.
Look for performance schedules and more in next week’s LOG.