The public is invited to the 17th annual Alma Music and Arts Festival on September 1, the Sunday of Labor Day weekend. The festival is located on one of the most spectacular spots on the Mississippi River, Beach Harbor Road, just off The Great River Road, Highway 35, one mile north of Alma.
Along with great food and original art, you will be entertained from 11 a.m. until sundown by the music of Patchouli, The High 48s, Left Wing Bourbon, and 4 Pints Shy.
Admission to the Alma Arts and Music Festival is free, as is onsite parking. Carry-in alcoholic beverages are allowed! Bring your lawn chair or beach blanket; under tent, in-shade seating will be made available.
Spend a day enjoying the beauty and the art of the magical upper Mississippi River Valley. For more information, visit www.AlmaMusicAndArtsfest.org and like the festivals Facebook page at facebook.com/AlmaMusicAndArtsFestival.