Street Corner Music Fest Set for Saturday in Covington
The Street Corner Music Fest comes to Covington on Saturday.
The Center for Great Neighborhoods is hosting the event at its building, the Hellmann Creative Center (321 West Martin Luther King Blvd.) from noon to 6 p.m.
The event features local music, food, crafts and activities for kids, and more.
Music will be performed by the Rollins Davis Band, the Northern Kentucky Brotherhood Singers, the Amador Sisters, and others.
The Diamondettes and OKidz will dance, Davon Brooks will read poetry, the Covington Fire Department is bringing its Smoke House, and there will also be hula-hooping.
Local organizations will also have information booths on display.
To avoid any potential parking difficulties, those wishing to attend the event can take a free TANK shuttle directly to the festival. The bus will have a "shuttle" sign in the window and make regular stops along East MLK/12th & Scott Blvd. to 20th Street & Scott, 20th & Greenup Street to 8th & Greenup, and then proceed to Fisk Street and West MLK.
Special stops are planned for River's Edge and Lincoln Grant Scholar House,
The shuttle will run every twenty minutes.
“Community & Restorative Justice-Covington is excited to host this event for the community. We’ll have great music, informational booths, and activities for kids. We’ve been working hard to make this an exciting event where there’s something for everyone and everyone has a way to get here,” said Pam Mullins, CRJ-C volunteer.
See more about the Street Corner Music Festival here.