The Meansville Music Festival will be from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 24 at Danielly Park with live and local musicians, food trucks, axe throwing, inflatables, vendors, the Life Springs pumpkin patch and more.
“This year we will be celebrating the bicentennial year for Pike County and the history of the city of Meansville,” said Meansville council member Brittany Miller. “We plan to have an axe throwing booth, a local produce stand, barbecue, funnel cake, fried Oreos, gator bites, fresh squeezed lemonade, local baked cakes and cupcakes, free hot tea provided by the city, a mini photo booth offering on site mini photo sessions and more than 20 local craft, jewelry, clothing and healthcare booths!”
Inflatables for kids will be free with donations accepted by the VFW and there will be lots of amazing local talent to entertain all ages.
“Life Springs Church has graciously allowed us to use Danielly Park Pavilion for the event, and plans to kick off their pumpkin patch during the festival. The children in the community love to bring their scooters and skates to cruise around the paved walking track, as well as make mini teams and scrimmage at the ball fields while listening to the soulful tunes,” said Brittany.
“This is such a special community and we love to gather and celebrate our families and support local business. This is a platform for each vendor to reach a new group of consumers to help grow their businesses and display their talent. The event and parking are free, and everyone is encouraged to bring a lawn chair/blanket to take a moment to sit, relax and enjoy their family time.”
Live music will include Rivers Edge, Blue Ruckus, Caleb Anthony, Matt Floyd, Allan Patty Heilbroun, Gracie May, Jake Harrelson, Matt McCartney and more at Danielly Park at 10608 Highway 109 east.