(5.20) Hope Street will be blocked off this Saturday between Seven Stars and Rochambeau to make room for music, beer, ballet, food trucks, and shopping, with two stages for live entertainment including:
Chachi Carvalho, The Horse-Eyed Men, The Quahogs, Tall Teenagers, Eric & the Nothing, The Curtis Mayflower, Tish Adams Bluz U Can Use, musician/storyteller Keith Munslow, Joe’s Backyard Band, The Classical Jazz Band
For a complete list of participating food trucks, and the regular Hope Street bricks-and-mortar shops and restaurants, go to the Facebook event page.
The Extraordinary Rendition Band and a traditional Chinese Dragon will be roaming the streets, and check out the fashion show at 2pm on the main stage.
Beers for the Ballet returns with an expanded footprint this year with sponsors Revival Brewing Company and Narragansett Beer. Or try a glass of wine from Twelfth Night Wine, or a refreshing libation from Little Bitte Artisanal Cocktails!
Beverage proceeds help support Festival Ballet Providence.
Noon to 6pm, Saturday, May 20, Hope Street at Rochambeau, (directions)