42nd Annual Enofest Returns July 4th Weekend in Durham
Beloved Festival to again feature live music, crafts, food & fun on the river Saturday and Sunday
Durham, North Carolina —The Eno River Association will present the 2021 Enofest on Saturday, July 3, and Sunday, July 4 at West Point on the Eno City Park in Durham, North Carolina. After pivoting to a completely virtual event in 2020 due to COVID-19, the 2021 festival will again feature an immersive in-person experience with live music, a juried craft show, food and fun on the river. As a special bonus, Enofest will kick off with a free virtual event streamed on Friday, July 2.
The Festival will showcase over 40 artists on three stages throughout the two days, including The HamilTones, Sarah Shook & the Disarmers, Jake Xerxes Fussel, Blue Cactus, the African American Dance Ensemble, Lightning Wells, Javier Montano, the Tan & Sober Gentlemen, PaperHand Puppet Intervention, and many more.
Enofest features a wide array of activities beyond the music, including a juried craft show spotlighting over 60 artisans from throughout the southeast, hand-selected food trucks and vendors, craft beers, wines, seltzers, and cider at the Eno beer garden, art, and dance demonstrations, and more – all on the banks of the Eno River. All necessary safety protocols will be in place for the Festival and tickets are limited. A sellout is expected.
For more information, tickets, or to volunteer visit EnoFest.org