This weekend. Court Street in downtown Binghamton will be packed with arts, crafts, food vendors, and live music during the annual July Fest. The city and the vendors started setting up today.

The festival opens at 10 a.m. Friday and the music, as well as the Kids Art Zone, starts at noon. The Binghamton High School Juice Blenders Steelband will take the stage for the first hour, they will be followed by the Team Jazz Project Big Band, then Jordan and the Wombats will take the stage. There will be live music, weather permitting, until 11 including the Terry Walker's Steely Dan Tribute Band. Dupree from 5 till 7. Saturday there's more live music starting at 8, and The Parlor City 5K run gets underway at 9 and the Kid's Art Zone will reopen at noon. Saturday night at 10, there will be fireworks shot off from the Metro Center parking lot. Sunday, the last day of the festival, opens at 10 a.m. with more live music all day and the Kids Art Zone opening up at 12.

It's always great to just hang out, grab some awesome food, and listen to some live music while standing right in the middle of Court Street.

It's a free event and the weather looks like it will be awesome both Saturday and Sunday.
So get out of the house and enjoy part of the summer in downtown Binghamton with the annual July Fest. For more information check out the July Fest website.

[via July Fest]