Celebrate Durham this summer with an outdoor festival for the whole family. Students may be on summer break from school, but they don’t have to take a break from fun!
The Festival for the Eno is one of Durham’s not-to-be missed events annually draws more than 17,000 visitors. The Festival for the Eno is a two-day music festival to raise funds and preservation awareness for the Eno River, one of Durham’s many beautiful outdoor resources.
The 2013 festival will be held July 4 and 6 and will feature more than 65 performers on three stages. There will be local and regional bands along with educational and dance workshops, kids activities, a petting zoo and more. The Festival will feature environmental or cultural activities that have a connection to the beautiful Eno River. Tickets are available through the The Eno River Association. Tickets are on sale now!
The full musical lineup, including the Mountain Goats, Bombadil, Mipso, Gospel Jubilators, Crystal Bright and the Silver Hands, and so many more - now posted here.
For decades, people from all ages and walks of life have been coming together on the beautiful banks of the Eno to listen to great music, share local arts and craftwork, eat delicious food, and - most of all - celebrate the Eno River & Watershed and its importance in the community.
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