12th Street Revival Fest
Bare Roots Farmacy and The Black Cow are excited to announce 12th Street Revival Fest, a modern southern hoedown scheduled for November 18, 2017. The fest will consist of live music, craft beer, wine and a kids zone. A portion of the proceeds from 12th Street Hoedown will benefit Feeding the Valley foodbank. The community is invited to 12th street, between 1st and 2nd avenue on November 18, 2017; Noon - 5pm -- admission is $5, children 12 & under are FREE.
With a tasty bite from one of many 12th street eateries in hand, guests enjoy live music from country music singers Jonboy Storey, Jessie Wilson and Korey Rose. Craft beer enthusiasts sip on select beers from Omaha Brewery, Wild Heaven, Pontoon, Oconee, Hi-Wire and Brooklyn. Meanwhile, kids of all ages partake in the kids zone festivities.
“We’re eager to attract people to Uptown to see our new space”, said Olivia Amos, partner at Bare Roots Farmacy. “This block of 12th Street has really come alive in the past few years and we want the community to experience it’s energy. With the holidays fast approaching, we wanted to do something to assist Feeding the Valley foodbank, they do great things in our community, that’s why we chose to donate a portion of our proceeds to them”.
Bare Roots Farmacy and The Black Cow are thrilled to celebrate the revival of this portion of 12th street in Uptown Columbus. For more information about the festival, visit Bare Roots Farmacy website atwww.barerootsfarmacy.com, or find the event page on Bare Roots Farmacy
Feeding the Valley is one of eight regional food banks in Georgia and is a member of the Georgia Food Bank Association (GFBA). Headquartered in Columbus, Ga., Feeding the Valley serves as a centralized source for receiving and distributing donated food, fresh produce and grocery products from national and local retail donors as well as seasonal produce from local providers.
Location: 105 12th Street, Columbus, Georgia 31901
Contact: Stephanie Woodham