Hula-hoopers, acrobats, artists, artwork, Inkling and the Lansdale Farmers' Market.
Such are the descriptors to define the first two-day Lansdale Art & Music Walk coming to the area August 17 to August 18.
It all begins Friday night, August 17, at 7:30 p.m. with a triple bill of '90s local hardcore bands at Third and Walnut Bar: Chine, Dysphoria and Inkling, with special guest Inane. It is a 21-and-older show, promoted by Lansdale Local.
Doors open at 7:30 p.m. for the Friday show and tickets are $10. It is a non-smoking event.
Then, August 18 spans the entire day with artists and musicians stationed outside local businesses along West Main Street.
The event is the brainchild of Sellersville, Bucks County resident and artist Amy Rims.
Fourteen artists will be displaying artwork throughout various locations in Lansdale on Saturday.
- Tracy Kendig and Rims will be outside Rite-Aid
- Emily Barrett Spengler will be at West Main Consignment
- Greg Gardner and Ron Evans will be at North Penn Acupuncture
- Alex Feliciani will be at Not Just Sandwiches
- Bobbi Shaw will be at Virago Baking Company
- Rosalynd Orr and Josh Seachrist will be at Round Guys Brewery
- Rachel DeOliveira will be at Lansdale Business Center
- Kim Saddel at Molly Maguire's
- Ben Robinson at Scelta
- Rims and Schwa Rox at Lansdale Farmers' Market
Rims said there will be cigarette girls around the area selling reasonably-priced artwork.
Street performers are scheduled to do acrobatics and there will be a hula-hooping by Megan McGonigal.
The Water Elemental Gallery will have live music, Rims said, as will Virago Baking Company and Cafe.
Rims also promises some surprises with the event.
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