Rescheduled due to rain, the 3rd Annual Summit Music Festival is back on for THIS Saturday, August 25, 1-5pm in Lippitt Park.
The festival has replaced its headliner with MAMADOU, the Senegalese band led by guitarist and drummer Mamadou Diop. MAMADOU incorporates rhythms of high-life, juju, rumba, samba, salsa, and reggae blended into authentic Senegalese ethnic rhythms. Show up prepared to shake it in the park! Music will be great for the whole family.
Also featured are Providence favorites the Mighty Good Boys, Moga and Smith & Weeden.
In addition, the event will feature craft and food vendors, including some of your favorite Providence food trucks, a Beer & Wine Garden, and a Kid’s Area, featuring Rock-a-Baby, Scott Jablonski and more!
ALL FOR FREE!
THIS Saturday, August 25, 1-5pm in Lippitt Park (Hope Street between 10th and 11th Streets).
Tell your friends to come on over to Summit neighborhood for the afternoon!
Stay tuned: http://www.facebook.com/SummitMusicFestival