The Long Hollow Neighborhood Association, North Hill Preservation Association and Living Concert Series are proud to present the Second Annual Long Hollow Equinox Festival, a day of music and community on Saturday, September 21st, 2013, 3pm to 10pm. The free rain or shine event features performing artists, refreshments, and interactive projects for people and families of all ages and ethnicities.
Following last year’s phenomenal success, the historic Long Hollow neighborhood welcomes back the family-friendly music, community, and arts festival featuring a lineup of local music, organizations, food vendors, exhibits, raffles, and an artists village. Performances will feature a variety of genres, including rock, jazz, funk, hip-hop, folk, classical, and experimental music. Also on the schedule are raku demonstrations, the Viva Florida 500 art exhibition-Artifacts, demonstrations in innovative technologies such as 3D printing, robotics, and circuit fabrication workshops.
Equinox Festival is a collaborative effort of local community and arts organizations emerging in and around the Long Hollow Neighborhood, including the Long Hollow Neighborhood Association, North Hill Preservation Association, Open Books, Belmont Youth Band, First City Arts Center (formerly Belmont Arts Center), the Emerald Coast Community of Makers, and the Living Concert Series. The Equinox Festival will take place at 1040 N Guillemard St, Pensacola, Florida 32501
More information can be found online at Facebook.com/LongHollowNeighborhood or www.longhollowneighborhood.com