Reporting Jamie Yuccas
MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – Head on down to Lowry Avenue on Saturday for the Open Streets Harvest Festival for great music, food and fun.
It’s one of the biggest fall festivals, proving the north side is on its way back after the destruction of the 2011 tornado.
Featuring four music stages and dozens of local artists, the festival will take up 1.5 miles of Lowry Avenue, beginning at 11 a.m.
One of the groups preforming is called St. Anthony Main and they’ll be playing on the festival main stage at Lowry and Penn at 11 am.