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Hilton Art Walk & Busker Festival Scheduled For June 4

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NEWPORT NEWS—Historic Hilton Village (HHV), Inc. will hold its third annual Hilton Art Walk & Busker Festival on Saturday, June 4 from 11am to 5pm. More than 70 artists and artisans will line the 10200 and 10300 blocks of Warwick Boulevard and down Main Street. More than 20 local musicians will be strolling through the festival area busker style and tipping is encouraged.

Visitors can enjoy live performance art at the Woman’s Club of Hilton Village, hands-on community art projects, food trucks, and a beer garden. Newport News Public Art Foundation, Sister Cities of Newport News, Inc., and Newport News Green Foundation will also be available to showcase what they do to keep Newport News culture moving forward.

Visitors to the festival are also encouraged to visit the locally owned shops, restaurants, and service providers in Hilton Village.

For additional information about the Hilton Art Walk & Busker Festival, contact HHV, Inc. at or visit them online at

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