It’s a day to celebrate the vibrant cultures right here in Pittsfield! Come out for this year’s Ethnic Fair, Sunday, August 8th. It’s a free event that brings food, drinks, and crafts from around the world right here to Pittsfield. There will also be live entertainment and musical acts and performances on two stages, including the Raptor Project Birds of Prey. The first two blocks of North Street in downtown Pittsfield will be closed to street traffic so dozens of food and craft vendors can show off their wares; plus there’s plenty of free parking.
Sunday, August 8, 12 noon to 6pm rain or shine (in case of rain performances move indoors to St. Stephen's Episcopal Church at 67 East Street.)
For more information:
Yvonne Pearson, Executive Director, Downtown Inc.
Megan Whilden, Director of Cultural Development, City of Pittsfield
North St Stage (near Park Square)
12:15pm Opening ceremony & bagpipers
12:30pm Women of Joy Gospel Trio
1pm Youth Alive Step Dance & Drum Line
1:30-3:30pm Rakish Paddy Celtic Band
3:30pm Akwaaba African Ensemble
4:30pm Veronica Robles Mariachi Group
Palace Park Stage & Dance Floor (North St near Fenn St)
12:30-2pm Berkshire Bateria
2pm-5pm Mark VI Polka Band