From The Tribune staff reports
TRUSSVILLE — Due to inclement weather and the prospect of a muddy festival site, Trussville City Fest 2022 will be a split affair, with the festival portion of City Fest including the AmFirst Marketplace, Bryant Bank Kids’ Area, the Jefferson Memorial Car Show, the grassy stage at the corner of Parkway and Main, and the food truck area, will be pushed to Saturday, September 17.
The evening events at the Trussville Entertainment District will continue as originally scheduled. This means Cabin Fever will still play for Brown Automotive’s “Tune Up for City Fest” event on Friday, September 9, at 7:00 p.m., and Electric Avenue: The 80s MTV Experience will perform on Saturday, September 10, at 8:00 p.m.
“Months of time, preparation, and advertising dollars have gone into this festival, so we did not take making this decision lightly,” June Mathews said. “We realize this change will come as welcome news to some and not to others, but we didn’t want our vendors sitting in the rain, waiting for customers who had decided to stay home and dry.
“Many thanks to all who have helped us through this process. We look forward to seeing everybody at the TED stage this weekend and at the festival on September 17.”
For information, contact the chamber office at (205) 655-7535 or email@example.com.