Tumbleweed Festival '07 Brings Music, Food, and Fun
RICHLAND, Wash.--Music is alive in Howard Amon Park for Tumbleweed Festival 2007.
Over 100 acts are expected to perform on one of the three stages in the park this weekend.
All different types of music will be showcased, including contemporary folk, blues, bluegrass, as well as jazz.
Along with good tunes, there is also plenty of good food to go around. Spectators say it's all about the music.
"The river, the park, and the music is just the top of the, ya know, top of the cake for everybody," says Lori Powell.
"My little boy, Zack here, likes music and I like to expose him to a lot of different varieties of music and art and culture so, this is a good way for him to learn about some other things," says Michelle Wampole.
On Saturday and Sunday, admission is free until 7:00 p.m.
Evening shows will cost $8.00 for adults and $5.00 for students and seniors.