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.