For the Fourth Annual Southampton SeptemberFest, residents and visitors will enjoy an engaging, family friendly weekend devoted to dance, music, art, food, history and enticing entertainment. Leading Hamptons civic, cultural, and business groups organized the festival, which will take place from Friday, September 26 through Sunday, September 28, 2014.
Referred to as “the highlight of the Fall Season in Southampton Village,” this year’s fest has amusement for all ages taking place throughout the Village. The festivities will kickoff during a Friday night cocktail party at Agawam Park featuring local eats, craft beer, and music from New Life Crisis as well as the music stylings of Beau Hulse. On Saturday and Sunday, attendees will have their pick of musical performances, food and wine tastings, contests, art expos, a farmers market, and kid-friendly games and activities.
“A Taste of the East End” will be offered on both Saturday and Sunday, allowing SeptemberFesters to try local bites from various restaurants, cafés and caterers while reveling in the last weekend of September.
Entertainment will include performances from comedian Jester Jim, dancer Teresa Fellion and the Bindlestiff Family Cirkus and music by The Next Level Band, Eastbound Freight, Cassandra House, Jim Turner and more. Additional highlights include face painting, and pumpkin decorating for the kids, and demonstrations from the Maniac Pumpkin Carvers, Art in the Park, a Chowder Contest, and a Harvest Day Fair at Southampton Historical Museum.
For more information, and a complete list of SeptemberFest activities, visit www.southamptonseptfest.org.