Festival Season

There’s no better time to be a Floridian than in the fall. With a number of festivals and fairs scheduled this month, there’s one in particular you won’t want to miss.

The annual Harvest Fest Music & Food Truck Festival, presented by the City of Ocala and Feel Downtown LIVE, includes two stages of live entertainment, food trucks, vendors, activities and so much more. This year’s Harvest Fest will feature two stages of live blues, rock and country music with Aaron Tippin and Georgia Satellites headlining the evening’s festivities. Admission is free with the donation of a non-perishable food item, and VIP tickets are available for purchase. All donations will be collected by Project Hope to aid in providing warm meals to those in need this season. The festival will be held at Tuscawilla Park from 1-10pm. Guests are encouraged to bring their own lawn chairs and blankets.

For more information, visit the Feel Downtown LIVE Facebook page or feeldowntownocala.com. 

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