Normal Park Museum Magnet School Hosts NormalPalooza Festival Saturday

Tuesday, October 31, 2017
NormalPalooza is Saturday
NormalPalooza is Saturday

Normal Park Museum Magnet School will host the 15th annual NormalPalooza Arts and Music Festival on Saturday from 10 a.m.-5 p.m.  The free, fun all-day community event features local and regional bands, student performances, an art market with unique vendors, games and entertainment. 

Kicking off at 10 a.m. in front of the Normal Park Upper School at 1219 West Mississippi Ave., the festival covers the grounds of the campus and is the largest fundraiser for the high-scoring Hamilton County school.

From holiday shopping opportunities to a bungee trampoline and interactive adventure inflatables and a stage featuring fine local and regional artists, this fall festival reflects the strong base of community and business partnerships that have propelled this school and its students to success, said officials. Guests at this free event will enjoy entertainment from Buddy Shirk, Trent Williams & Vertical Team, Ashley & the X’s, Ogya and Butch Ross and enjoy food vendors like Adelle's Ice Cream and Creperie, Fiamma Pizza, Good Dog, Kenny's Smokehouse, Corndog, Inc. and Tikiz. 

Tickets are available for the Wipeout Meltdown, Under the Sun Bounce House, Euro Bungee, Sticky Soccer, Inflatable Twister, Kapow, Gladiator Joust and a host of old-school games and activities. Specially-priced ticket bundles and T-shirts can be purchased online at www.normalpark.com with all funds raised from this annual event supporting the school. 

NormalPalooza is Saturday
NormalPalooza is Saturday


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