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Downtown Live! Set for October 25th
Downtown Live! Set for October 25th; Arts & Crafts and Food Venders Being Sought; Sponsors Being Finalized
Last Year's Music and Arts Festival Attracted 6,000 to Downtown Hagerstown
(Hagerstown, MD)- The 2008 Downtown Live! Music & Arts Festival is just around the corner! The festival will be held on the square in downtown Hagerstown, at the intersection of Washington & Potomac Streets on Saturday, October 25th 2008. The gates will open at 1pm with the festival running from 2 to 10pm. There will be six bands, including some nationally-known recording artists.
Demcore Entertainment is now accepting vendor applications for arts & crafts, food & other vendors to line the streets of the festival. Working with the Washington County Arts Council, over 50 vendors are expected for the day of the event. The chosen vendors will have the opportunity to showcase their products to the 6000+ people in attendance.
This year, about half of the vendors will be in an un-gated area, freely accessible to the public. In this area will be the Kid's Area, with magicians, storytellers and other fun family-oriented activities. The remaining vendors will be located inside the gated area, in direct contact with the thousands of festival-goers. Each assigned vendor space is 10'x10' with an option to expand. Tents and/or tables are not provided. These spaces will fill quickly and any interested parties are encouraged to contact Demcore as soon as possible.
For more information about the Music & Arts Festival or to obtain a Vendor Application, please contact Toni Britton at 240-818-3466 or by email at email@example.com. Tickets for the festival are now available at www.DowntownLiveHagerstown.com.
Demcore Entertainment is a member of the Hagerstown-Washington County Convention and Visitors Bureau (CVB). For more information about Hagerstown and Washington County, see: www.marylandmemories.com. The CVB is a financial sponsor of Downtown Live!
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