The Clifton Main Street Board of Directors and City of Clifton is excited to present Fallfest this year. The festival is set for Saturday, October 16, and promises a ton for locals and travelers to do. A rock-climbing wall, obstacle course, and more are planned for the ever-popular Kids Zone this year. This year, a classic car cruise-in will accompany the event on Saturday. The cruise is hosted by the Cen-Tex Classics & Hot Rod Club.
This year, a street dance is planned for Saturday evening, with the nationally-acclaimed band Ricochet headlining the event. Bobby Dean & Timeless Country Band will open the show up. More musical acts will be announced as the event approaches. Two stages will provide double the musical entertainment this year.
A VIP section is a new addition to the festival as well, with exclusive goodies and seating for the music. A cornhole tournament, three-on-three basketball tournament, and a pie contest is planned for the event. Groups from the Bosque Arts Center, like the Quilting Guild and Dancing Witches, will also be present for some festive fall fun. Demonstrations from artisans, the Bosque Museum, and even a Nellie Pederson Civic Library sale will be available for the public.
Organizers are still looking for volunteers and vendors for the event. Sponsors are also sought to help grow the festival, and make it a great year for FallFest.
For more information, to volunteer or become a vendor, or sponsor this festival that showcases Bosque County, email firstname.lastname@example.org, call 254-253-0146, or click here to message Clifton Main Street on Facebook.