Haunted Huntingburg to fill Market Street Park with live Blues, craft brews, and food

The annual festival celebrating Halloween, craft beer, and Blues returns the Market Street Park this Saturday.

Live Blues starts at 1 p.m when Hog Maw takes the stage in the German American Performance Pavilion.

The Blues continues all day with Muddy Gutt taking over at 2:30 p.m. followed by Birdland Blues from 4 to 5 p.m., and the Tommy Stillwell Band takes over from 5:30 p.m. to 7 p.m.

Along with the live music, fest-goers can bring their kids to have fun in the zombie-free fun zone featuring inflatables. Family-friendly costumes are welcome and children can trick-or-treat with participating Fourth Street stores.

Food trucks will be available for some fine culinary treats until 7 p.m. Options include Bruce Li, a great blend of Korean bowls, Japanese Hibachi, and many noodles; Twisted Toaster, a classic toasted cheese with a twist; burgers from Rock-a-Burger; and Wood Capital Pizza flinging their wood-fired pies. There will also be snacks available from 2 Guys and a Kettle (kettle corn) and Bluebird Acres (juicery).

Craft brews will be provided by Yard Goat Ales, St. Benedict Brew Works, and Light House Brewing Co.