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Westcott Street Cultural Fair

Sunday, September 22

Syracuse, NY.
Noon – 6:30 PM (Streets reopen at 7:30 PM) 
Westcott St. between Concord St. and Dell St.

“[D]on’t fret fellow millennials – this ongoing concert series engages audiences of all ages, especially for funk lovers. If you consider James Brown and Wild Cherry your scene, dancing in the pouring rain to the Blacklites as they perform on the WAER Main Stage is an unforgettable experience. With an energetic stage presence and howling 12-piece band, there was no way you could stand still during their performance.”

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Attended by roughly 12,000 fans in 2019, the Westcott Street Cultural Fair is an annual celebration of the diversity of the Westcott neighborhood in eastern Syracuse. Since it takes place in September, it’s heavily attended by university students, but is also family-oriented and includes a kids stage. The festival is mostly comprised of local talents, with a wide array of artistic influences and genres.

Past Highlights: Grupo Pagan, The Ripcords, FunkyBluRoots, Jess Novak Band, Butternut Creek Revival, The Perennials, GeriRig, Harmonic Dirt, Ken Harms & Something Worth Doing, ECHO, Chris Eves and the New Normal, Akuma Roots, Jane Zell and the Zelltones, Jeffrey Pepper Rodgers Band, Trios Los Claveles.

2019 Lineup: To Be Announced.

Pricing: FREE, No Admission.

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