The 37th Annual Durham Festival For The Eno happens from 10 am to 6 pm on both Saturday July 2 and Monday July 4 in 2016. Experience Independence Day the Durham way with the Festival for the Eno.
Located on the banks of the West Point on the Eno Park, the festival features dozens of musical acts on multiple stages, along with art, hands-on crafts, food and beer, and water activities. The music includes folk, bluegrass, and similar styles.
The event offers food trucks, a juried craft show featuring 80 of the region’s finest artists, paddling demos, backyard chickens and bees, and water activities on the banks of the Eno River.
One of the many talented musicians performing at Durham’s Festival for the Eno is Nikki Hill. She and her band have been touring extensively following the independent 2015 release “Heavy Hearts Hard Fists” and her debut album “Here’s Nikki Hill” released in 2013.
The Festival for the Eno is presented annually by the Eno River Association. It features a variety of activities with an environmental or cultural connection to the river. The Eno River Association is committed to the preservation of the nature, culture, and history of the Eno River basin.
The Festival for the Eno is deeply committed to sustainability and environmentally friendly practices. The Festival is put on every year as a benefit for the Eno River Association, in order to fund their mission to protect the natural resources of the Eno River and its Watershed for future generations.
The Eno River Association is committed to providing as many educational opportunities as possible to the community about how it can join them in protecting the Eno and the environment.
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