Utica welcomes Summerfest
Are you ready Utica – Summerfest is here. This family friendly event will include street performers, showroom style musicians, beer and wine garden, food trucks, crafters/vendors and so much more. The event will take place from 4:30 to 8 p.m. Thursday through Saturday, June 21-23 in downtown Utica – Genesee Street, between Elizabeth and Blandina streets.
Mayor Robert Palmieri stated “This is another exciting day in the revitalization of our downtown and rebirth of our great city. I thank Tom Starr and Gina Scampone, along with community partners, for planning and coordinating this exciting family friendly event and having it in downtown Utica.”
Come out and celebrate the love of Utica with its delicious foods that vary from all different parts of globe, musicians that are sure to get the crowd energized, mingle with your neighbor, spend time with the family all while hanging out at a event that takes place in beautiful downtown Utica.
State Office Building Plaza
Thursday, June 21 – St. Paul’s Baptist Church Choir, Funk Evolution with Utica Dancenter during intermission at the State Office Building Plaza
Friday, June 22 – MoJoTo featuring Mark Rowe; and Jimmy Vivino & BlueSoul Rockers
Saturday, June 23 – The Boat Drunks
The Fidelis Care’s Kid Zone features games and activities for the young ones. Boomer’s Fire Truck provides a shoots and ladder escapade, Audie from the Utica Comets will be on the team’s new Street Rink to give kids the chance to score a goal on him and the Utica Zoo Mobile is on-site to provide infotaining wild life encounters.
Utica is home to many wonderful restaurants, including many with no fixed address. Utica Summer Fest will feature great eats from several of the region’s finest Food Trucks. The Utica Summer Fest Beer & Wine Garden will offer an array of excellent Adult and All-Ages beverages selected for the occasion by McCraith Beverages and dispensed by volunteers from The American Cancer Society. The ACS will receive partial proceeds from all adult beverages sold during Utica Summer Fest.
The Fuze Magazine
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