Friday, December 9, 2022

Culturefix Releases Fall Line Up of Events in Williamsburg

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Summer may be winding down but Culturefix continues to heat up Williamsburg with its art and music programming. Culturefix recently revealed its fall lineup, which includes the return of Scrumptious weekends in October.

Scrumptious weekends, which will feature a variety of food, drinks, music, and other entertainment, is slated for October 22-31. Included in the fun is the organization’s popular Chowderfest with chowder tastings from local restaurants, drinking, and dancing as well as an Oktoberfest event on October 30 under the big tent on the lawn of the Art Museums of Colonial Williamsburg.

Culturefix also released dates of the Williamsburg Christmas Market, which will be held in downtown Williamsburg the first three weekends in December as well as the Winter Blues Jazz Fest, scheduled for January 13-16 in 2022. A New Year’s Eve Celebration is also in the works.

The last concert part of the organization’s Summer Breeze concert series will be held on Wednesday, September 1 featuring the band Party Fins starting at 6pm on the lawn of the Art Museums of Colonial Williamsburg.

For additional details about Culturefix events, click here.

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