NormalPalooza arts & music festival will celebrate its 10th anniversary from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. this Saturday, Nov. 10, at Normal Upper School at the corner of Mississippi Avenue and Dallas Road.
“NormalPalooza is a wonderful way for our school to reach out into the community and celebrate the arts. This event has emerged as a premier arts and music festival that draws people from all over the city,” a representative from Normal Park Museum Magnet said in a news release.
Almost 2,000 guests are slated to attend this year’s street festival, which will feature live performances from The Nim Nims, New Binkley Brothers, Uncle Lightnin’ and Moonlight Bride. Likewise, NormalPalooza will showcase some 60 local artists, craftsmen and food vendors.
This year’s festival will also feature an extreme sports zone with Cross-Fit workouts, obstacle courses, human foosball competitions, middle-school field activities and the first annual adult kickball tournament.
Normal Park Museum Magnet is among the premiere magnet schools in the country that emphasizes hands on learning, meaningful exploration and discovery.
The event is free and open to the public. For more information, visit normalparkmuseummagnet.com.