According to The Morning News, FOGHAT and MOLLY HATCHET will be among the featured Main Stage entertainment for FeatherFest, June 10-12, in Downtown Springdale, Arkansas.
FeatherFest, in its seventh year, is one of the fastest growing festivals in the state, according to the Springdale Chamber of Commerce. The family oriented event annually draws more than 60,000 people to Emma Avenue downtown.
Festival hours for Friday are 5 p.m. to 11 p.m., while Saturday's operating hours are 9 a.m. until 11 p.m. FeatherFest will be open Sunday from 11 a.m. until 6 p.m.
The appearances by FOGHAT and MOLLY HATCHET continue a FeatherFest tradition of free concerts for Northwest Arkansas patrons.
In addition to free concerts Friday, Saturday and Sunday, FeatherFest features arts and crafts, the region's largest summer carnival, Felipe's Beer Garden, the FeatherFest 5K Run and 1-Mile Family Fun Walk, Poultry Cook-Off Contest, Classic Car Show, Motorcycle Show, Pancake Breakfast, Climbing Wall, Performing Arts Stage and Kids Zone, activities at Shiloh Museum and Arts Center of the Ozarks and a wide array of festival food.
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