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Oct. 16 - Isle of Hope Hosting Annual Arts & Music Fest Oct. 26

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Savannah Business Journal Staff Report

October 16, 2019 - Join the Isle of Hope community to celebrate art and music from Savannah and the immediate surrounding areas on Oct. 26, 2019. Nestled by the tranquil Skidaway River, the Isle of Hope Art & Music Fest welcomes local residents and visitors alike to come and enjoy a one-day festival hosting local artists from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. in designated show areas in and around the Isle of Hope Marina, Rose Avenue, Bluff Drive and Paxton Park. The Festival will also feature local musical talent on the stage at the Isle of Hope Marina from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m.

Art lovers will have the opportunity to connect and peruse unique and handmade art from over 130 local artisans, offering items from pottery, traditional and multi-media painting, jewelry, home accents, to photography and so much more.

For music fans, amazing local bands will be featuring fun tunes at the Isle of Hope Marina stage. Performances will include Junkyard Angel, Lyn Avenue, The Eric Culberson Band, Andrew Gill & Company, Keith & Ross, as well as the famous Crabettes.

The Isle of Hope Art & Music Fest will feature two food courts during the festival located at the Isle of Hope Marina with Dark Shark Taco Attack, Chazitos Latin Cuisine, The Bayou Café, Ben & Jerry’s Ice Cream, and Kona Ice.; and at Paxton Park with The Big Cheese, The Magic Food Truck, The Pie Society, Prowl, Kona Ice, and Little Diddle’s Sweetery, bringing delicious food options to all throughout the festival.

For the younger visitors, Mathnasium will be on hand in Paxton Park with entertaining children’s games and challenges, as well as face painting offered free of charge by BankSouth between the hours of 11 to 3p.m., in partnership with Glitterboxx Studios.

The Isle of Hope Art & Music Festival will provide a wonderful opportunity for our amazing coastal community to support the rebuilding efforts led by the Hope Town Fire Department on Elbow Cay; a community that has suffered devastating damages during Hurricane Dorian. Isle of Hope driftwood and reclaimed materials found on Elbow Cay will be transformed into amazing artwork at the hands of Isle of Hope highly acclaimed artist, Marcus Kenney. Patrons will be able to donate towards this great cause during the festival, while having a chance to win a piece of his amazing artwork, representing hope, as we pay it forward.

For more information on the Isle of Hope Art &Music fest, please visit www.iohha.com.

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