I’m Excited: The Druid City Arts Festival Is Almost Here
I'm Excited: The Druid City Arts Festival Is Almost Here
Springtime is here and I'm too excited to get out of the house and enjoy events around Tuscaloosa. I know my family and I will have a great time at this event.
After a year and a few months living in Alabama, I've learned that the springtime is lit! No there's no football, but the events are everywhere. This spring is no different. This may even be the first major event my family attends this year. I can't wait for the Druid City Arts Festival.
I think I' so excited because it'll be my first time going. In 2020, I didn't go because of COVID-19, so in 2021, I'm ready. You should bring your family out to this event too! It's completely free!
I did some research and looked at some past footage of the Druid City Arts Festival. It really looks like a great time. It's May 14th & May 15th at Government Plaza.
I'd love to tell you all about the festival, but to be honest, I'm not the expert. I'm going to experience the event just like you! Lol. Luckily, their Facebook event page gives us all the information I can't.
Druid City Arts Festival (DCAF) is a premiere arts and music festival that educates, engages and inspires youth and adults about arts and humanities within the community. More than 60 local artists will be showcased throughout the event as well as a full music lineup, kids’ activities, educational demonstrations and food and drink concessions.DCAF strives to showcase work of exceptional quality and creativity by artists in a variety of areas, which include: contemporary art and sculpture, contemporary craft, traditional/heritage craft and folk/self-taught artists.
UP NEXT: See how much gasoline cost the year you started driving
See the Must-Drive Roads in Every State