MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Head on down to Lowry Avenue on Saturday for the Open Streets Harvest Festival for great music, food and fun.

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It’s one of the biggest fall festivals, proving the north side is on its way back after the destruction of the 2011 tornado.

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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.

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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.