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Don't miss the Happy Hour Street Festival

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If you enjoy live music, food, drinks, and a community environment, then you will not want to miss the Happy Hour Street Festival this Saturday.

On Saturday, May 28, Clermont Ave will be closed off to traffic as it will be the location of the first-ever Happy Hour Street Festival! The Happy Hour Bar & Grill, located on Clermont Ave, is collaborating with Sherman theater to bring you this all-day festival that includes seven live performers, over ten vendors, food, drinks, and more. Attendance is free but be sure to bring your wallet and appetite, as Happy Hour Bar & Grill has recently revamped their menu and is looking forward to bringing it to the public.

The first act starts at 12:30 pm with Clodagh Conboy until 1:00 pm. The following lin-up includes Andrew Tirado from 1:15 to 2:15, Ashley Marguez Duo w/ Nick Desouza from 2:30 to 3:30, Keith Kenny from 3:45 to 4:45, Doug Batt from 5:00 to 6:00, the Regia Sayles Band from 6:30 to 8:00, the Christian Porter Band rounding it off performing from 8:30 pm to 10:00 pm.

"We are really excited. We wanna get more business over here. We have a new menu that we really elevated, so we are trying to get new people to try it. We are really excited about the buzz this is going to bring," says Katie Vroman, Lead server from Happy Hour Bar & Grill.

With over 500 people expected to attend, vendors will be present. Vendors include Pocono Cookies, Simaerin Art Studio, AmeriSpec, Inspection Services, Raw Earth, Golden Sunwave, Herb Works, Endless Aroma, Pixie the Bandet, Bean, Lioness Dreamland, Empathetic Botanicals, and more!

The Happy Hour Street Festival is sponsored by Michelob Ultra, Bob Kelly Realestate Group, the Moritz Embroidery works inc, Hartmann Electrical Contracting, and 93.5 SBG.

Please drink responsibly and make the best of the day's activities.

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