After rounding the corner of the longest day of the year, we’re finally going to feel some summer temperatures this weekend. There are a few fun happenings in the Midcoast and up in Bangor for the foodies, and art and music lovers with all kinds of indoor-outdoor events!
Arts in the Park in Belfast
Friday, June 24 and Saturday, June 25—Belfast
Bread & Brews
Saturday, June 25—Unity
Maine Organic Farmers and Gardeners Association (MOFGA) is once again hosting a Maine-grown grain fest with beer from local breweries, grain demos and workshops, and good food and music. They’ll also be cooking up fresh bread in their wood-fired oven all afternoon, along with special workshop on pizza. See our first story on it in 2019. Get your tickets; they will sell out early. Admission costs $50 ($45 for MOFGA/MGA members) – for full event, includes beer tastings.
Killer Road Trip: Beats & Eats Food Truck Festival
Saturday, June 25—Bangor
It’s going to be a beautiful day at the Bangor Waterfront Park where food trucks and street food vendors from all over Maine will be on site starting at 11 a.m. along with beer, wine, ciders, seltzers, and live music. Ticketed events include music by Dom Colizzi's band, The Tourmalines, playing Top 40s, pop-rock through the decades from 11a.m. to 3 p.m. (Tickets $10 each.) From 4 to 9 p.m. Rowdy Yates will be playing country-rock with The Allison Ames Band. (Tickets $20 each.) FMI: Tickets
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