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CultureFix Scrumptious Weekend Set For October 23-30

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CultureFix will host a week of outdoor festivities from Saturday, October 23 through Saturday, October 30 as part of Scrumptious Weekend under a tent on the lawn of the Colonial Williamsburg Art Museums.

Here’s the lineup of activities:

Field Dayz Fest

Saturday, October 23 from 1pm to 5 pm

Precarious Beer Project will host its the 3rd Annual Field Dayz Fest. A day of craft beer, food, music, and field day antics all wrapped up in a festival unlike any other. Field Dayz is a throwback to the best day in middle school, field day. Tetherball, cornhole, and a few others they’re keeping secret to add a little fun and competition throughout the day. Precarious Beer Project, as well as more than 20 other breweries and three restaurants, will be in attendance in addition to live entertainment. Tunes will be provided by two musical acts, Virginia Man is bringing the rock & roll grooves and Teaze will make all your 80’s hair metal dreams come true. Virginia Man will play from 12:30pm to 2:30pm with Teaze following from 3pm to 5pm. A portion of every ticket sold, in addition to event raffle tickets and field day game entry fees, will benefit Children’s Hospital of The King’s Daughters. Gates open at noon for VIP entrance and 1pm for general admission. Tickets range in price from $15 to $60.

Back in the ‘Burg Concert

Sunday, October 24 from 3pm to 6pm

Live music will feature country music singer Canaan Smith, along with openers Johnnie St. Clair and Cody Christian. Food and beverages will also be available for purchase. Tickets are $20 each and include one drink ticket.

Bobby Blackhat Hump Day Throw Down Concert

Wednesday, October 27 at 6pm

Live music with Bobby Blackhat featuring Joshua Wright, Von Jose Roberts, Paul Urban, Rob White, Billy Joe Daniel, Katie Daniel, Micha Dovey, and Cole Layman. The concert is free of charge. Coolers are permitted. Beer and food will be available for purchase.

Chowderfest

Friday, October 29 from 6:30pm to 9:30pm

The cost includes two drinks and unlimited chowder. Live music will be performed by Liana Dagmar & Vinyl Headlights.

Yoga On The Lawn

Saturday, October 30 at 9am

This is a free community event.

nOktoberfest

Saturday, October 30 from 6:30pm to 9:30pm

Tickets include beer and pretzels with German food available for purchase from Chef Hans Schadler in collaboration with Culture Café. Entertainment will include live music by a traditional German band, dances, and festive games. Tickets are $36 each.

For more information and to purchase tickets,  visit https://www.culture-fix.org/.

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