Festival for the Eno

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6101 Cole Mill Rd, Durham, NC, USA
festival@enoriver.org - (919) 383-1686

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Great Family Outdoor Event With Music, Arts, Crafts and Food Feb 20, 2009
May 15 - May 31 (Available only online!) - $10 single day / $25 3-day pass

June 1 - July 3 (Online and in stores!) - $13 single day / $30 3-day pass

At the gate - $15 per day / $35 3-day pass

Music stage.The Eno Music Festival of 2008 was held July 4th, 5th and 6th. They present 100 performers on 5 stages. Wide range of music for all ages. The event also sponsor a craft and art show and sale. The setting is at the West Point Eno Durham City Park, which is a gentle rolling terrain with abundant woods. The festival is open from 10:00 AM to 6:00 PM each day. The proceeds go to the purchase and preservation of land adjacent to the two banks of the Eno River from Durham to Chapel Hill, North Carolina. Other activities presented are Sustainable Home & Garden Expo, the Region's Finest Craft Artists, Handmade Parade,High Strung Community Music Center,Solar Powered Demos, Bio-diesel Workshops, Traditional and International Fare at the Food Court,Canoe & Kayak Demos & Rentals,Hands-On-Clay, Dance, Workshops,Instrument Museum, Petting Zoo, Reptiles & Amphibians, Macro-invertebrate Catch & Release ,Compost Bugs, Backyard Chickens, Craft Demonstrations,Historical Tours, Photo Museum, Storytellers, Puppets, Working Grist Mill, Award-Winning "Trash Free" Recycling Program. The 2009 Eno Music Festival will be July 3, 4 & 5.

Last year music line up included The 2008 Festival featured over 100 performers on 5 stages including:

African American Dance Ensemble, Girlyman, Dex Romweber Duo, Chatham County Line, the Old Ceremony, Bombadil, Webb Wilder and the Beatnecks, Claire Holley Jason Ringenberg, Ellis, Hobex, Jon Shain Trio, Rey NorteƱo, the Gospel Jubilators, Jeff Warner, the Pratie Heads, Peter Siegel Trio, Pat Wictor, the Grandsons, the Tender Fruit, the Future Kings of Nowhere, Midtown Dickens, John Dee Holeman, Jamie Anderson, George Higgs, Lightnin' Wells, Apple Chill Cloggers, Jim Alberti, FiddleFoxx, Bruce Piephoff Band , Little Windows, the Cane Creek Cloggers, Stillhouse Bottom Band, Bill Phillips, Belly Revelations, Sweet By & By, Killer Filler, Eric Sommer, Miss Connie B, the Sandbox Band, Jubal's Jubilee, the Three Graces Entertainment, New River Rock Skippers, Hushpuppies, Baron Von Rumblebuss, Tracy Simon Feldman, Mickey Le Pew, Chris Turner & Rachel Maloney plus many more...
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Arts and Crafts vendors
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Nadia13 says:
Great!
Posted on: Feb 07, 2009
Koralifix says:
Seems to be entertaining (family) fun, nice tip!
Posted on: Jan 31, 2009
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