Looking for fun this weekend?
George Streetfest continues to bring the biggest monthly community celebration in Southern Utah. The multifaceted festival delivers consistent nightlife worth getting excited about.
This month the theme is St. Patty’s Spring Fling, adding a little Irish fun to the event. The stellar music lineup is perhaps the biggest on record. The Main Street Main Stage will feature performances by nationally touring acts. Many Miles and Dick Earl, both local, but both well known throughout parts of the nation, will bring their high-level talent to engage and embrace concertgoers. The Academy will open up the night with a talented trio of girls certain to impress.
The Jazz Garden will take advantage of the warm weather and return to the outdoors of the Ancestor Square Courtyard.
As always, the music lineup is impressive. However, this month also includes the talent of international touring artist Mimi Blais, nicknamed the New Queen of Ragtime. You can enjoy the tunes of Full Tilt Boogie, and Jim Sevy will join Dixieland Band — which is filling in for the usual house band, West Coast Jazz Players — to provide a beautiful and entertaining evening.
The event is free and can be found on Main Street between the Boulevard and Tabernacle Street from 6 to 10 p.m every first Friday of the month.