Free Press Summer Fest – local artists will also play
Free Press Summer Fest will be held on Saturday, May 19 from 2 to 8 pm at the Sam Houston Race Park.
The Free Press Summer Fest is a three-day music festival that brings local artists and musicians to the city of Houston. There are unique features that set this event apart from its competitors such as free tickets and a variety of activities including yoga, art, dance, and more.
The Free Press Summer Fest is happening September 7-9, 2018. If you can’t make it to the event you can stream live music on their website or on the app. The event takes place at Eleanor Tinsley Park which has more than twenty stages.
This year, the Free Press summer festival will feature local artists as well as internationally renowned musicians. The festival is in downtown Houston, or Freeway Park and is expected to draw more than 100,000 attendees.
Free Press Summer Fest is a music festival that takes place in the heart of downtown Houston and has been running for over two decades. It will offer an opportunity for local artists to get their music out there and showcase their talent with big name international performers throughout the day
It also offers a diverse lineup of musical genres- from rock to jazz and everything in between.
Free Press Summer Fest is a one of a kind music festival that brings together local artists and international musical acts.
Free Press Summer Fest is an annual music festival in Houston, Texas. It was first started by 10 years ago by Jay Dean and David Garza, who are now the directors of the event.
This year, it will be held from June 28 to July 1st with headliners; The National, Dr. Dog and Kamasi Washington.
The Free Press Summer Fest is a music festival for local bands. The event will be held on the weekend of Friday, July 5th and Saturday, July 6th.
Free Press Summer Fest is a two-day music festival in Chicago that is focused on local artists. The festival will feature more than 60 acts performing on multiple stages and over 30 local vendors from around the city selling food, clothing and crafts.
Bands playing at Free Press Summer Fest range from experimental jazz to R&B, punk to hip hop, rap to rock and roll.
Free Press Summer Fest, also known as FPSF, is an annual, outdoor music festival in Houston that’s been around since 2002.
It’s a very diverse lineup of local and national artists that draws more than 100,000 attendees from across the world.
The annual summer festival is a celebration of culture and art – and now it’s also becoming a celebration for local artists.
Last year, the festival made waves when they announced that local bands would be able to play on their stage this year. The decision was seen as a move to support Houston’s struggling music scene.
Free Press Summer Fest is an annual music festival held in Houston, Texas. It features local artists as well as national and international artists.
Houston-based Free Press Summer Festival has been taking place on the grounds of Hermann Park since 1997 and will have free access to more than 40 stages this year.
Free Press Summer Fest is one of the most popular music festivals in Houston and attracts locals and visitors from all over Texas and beyond.
Free Press is a local music festival hosted by the Free Press Summer Fest. It is known for bringing in big name headliners such as Eminem, Paramore, and Chance the Rapper.
The annual free event was organized by the members of Detroit’s hip-hop community to promote local artists to audiences in their city and beyond.
The Free Press Summer Fest is a three-day, multi-stage music festival that aims to promote local artists in Detroit. It has taken place for thirteen years and is now the largest music festival in Michigan.
More than 80 acts are set to perform over the course of three days of free music to the city of Detroit’s population. Local groups have included Fake Palms, The White Buffalo, Chad VanGaalen, The Sea Lions and more.
The event will take place on July 20-22 at Hart Plaza in downtown Detroit and will feature multiple stages including the main stage where headliners like Wild nothing, TV On The Radio and Death Cab For Cutie will perform.