Fifth Annual Front Porch Fest Held on Saturday

Haynie's Corner hosted the fifth annual Front Porch Fest on Saturday.

Posted: Sep 5, 2021 3:12 PM

The 5th annual Front Porch Fest was held at Haynie's Corner on Saturday evening.

The event started at 3 p.m. and ran until 8 p.m.

Over 40 musicians performed throughout the evening at houses and stages in the area.

"These are neighbors and community members that have opened their porches up to all diferent kinds of music. Porches can either bring their own musician or ask to have one assigned to them which really helps us get a lot of diversity," said Samantha Buente, chair member for Front Porch Fest.

Aside from listening to some great music, Front Porch Fest attendees could grab some food at one the numerous food trucks or restaurants in the area.

Last year's Front Porch Fest was cancelled due to Covid.

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