WILLIAMSBURG — Midtown Row, in collaboration with CultureFix and Earth Fare, is hosting the first annual Williamsburg Fall Festival on Nov. 11.
Described as family-friendly, the event will take place in the Village Green and parking lot behind Sal’s By Victor from 1-5 p.m.
Barry Manilow’s Wardrobe, an ’80s rock band, will be taking the stage and there will also be a Veteran’s Day tribute with Fife and Drum and Bobby Blackhat.
Midtown Row notes that the Williamsburg Fall Festival will feature a mechanical bull, rock climbing wall, Teeny Tiny Farm petting zoo, face painting and balloons for the kids, craft beers, and virtual reality driving games provided by Dream Machine VR.
In addition, Midtown Row businesses will have booths with giveaways. Earth Fare is setting up a make-your-own trail mix bar. Tiny Textures will have a nail painting and colorful hair braiding station for the kids. California Tortilla will let attendees spin a wheel to win free food items, and Pedego Electric Bikes will offer free test rides, just to name a few.
Midtown Row is encouraging attendees to dine before or after the event at one of its many restaurant options. Outside beverages are not permitted. Lawn chairs and leashed dogs are welcome.
This event is free and open to the public. For more information, visit the official Midtown Row website.