A 2-day Food Truck festival on Memorial Weekend will be held in Fedder’s Alley on September 4th and 5th 2021 – located on Lake Michigan shoreline, celebrating culture and food. Hosted by Michigan City Parks and Recreation, the area is located inside Washington park.
Michigan City Parks and Recreation is looking to host 20 local gourmet food trucks The Michigan City Food Truck Festival and will announce the lineup later. The Michigan City event will be free, but require a ticket. Beer tickets cost $5 and wine tickets cost $7. VIP tickets are $10, and include a drink ticket and dedicated seating for the event.
For more info call 219.873.1506. Enjoy games and tasting food from food trucks. For tickets click here!
Food trucks also been a staple of many Region Summer festivals, such as Griffith’s Rock ‘N’ Rail Fest, Hessville’s Live in the Ville and the Chesterton European Market. Plans are under way to have another Food Truck Festival in Portage! – stay tuned to PanoramaNOW Festivals for more details.
Spend your Summer Weekends celebrating in Northwest Indiana. PanoramaNOW guarantees there’s a Festival EVERY WEEKEND WITH TONS OF FAMILY FUN! From Car Shows, ice cream socials to concerts and parades, these events will have you enjoying your summer weekend ! Let us not forget tons of Fireworks, Art and Craft Fairs AND CRAFT BEER ! Folks might also like the live Concerts and full fledged Festivals honoring our Nation’s Birthday on July 4th or our Nation’s Workers on Labor Day that have four full days held in Lowell Indiana, Hesston Steam Museum, and Michigan City Indiana. We even have lots of HISTORICAL EVENTS TOO!
Save the Dunes Hosts Monarch Music Fest
Save the Dunes celebrates the journey and migration Monarch Butterfly with food and music on Saturday, September 12th at Michigan City’s Brewery Lodge and Supper Club.
“The Monarch butterfly is just one of many pollinators responsible for the incredible plant-life that we find in the Indiana dunes,” says Natalie Johnson, executive director for Save the Dunes
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Footlight Players Announces 2021-22 Season
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Three Michigan City Chamber Music Festival Concerts are planned for August 2021 both live and online. A live, in-person concert on Thursday, August 12th at 1st Presbyterian Church, Michigan City at 7pm, IN, featuring two stunning works: First, Festival-favorites Zofia Glashauser and Nic Orbovich will perform the virtuosic, Duo Concertante by…
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