Evelyn's Park to host second Local Music Festival in October

Bellaire's Evelyn’s Park will host the second annual Local Music Festival, a two-day event featuring Houston-based bands and musicians, from Oct. 11-12.

The festival will begin in front of Betsy’s Cafe on Oct. 11 from 5:30-10 p.m. and pick back up on the Evelyn’s Park Great Lawn on Oct. 12 from 12-10 p.m.

Live acts for the event include performances from Bayou City Swing, The Over-Commitments, Vital Signs, Acoustic Trails Band and Mathias, with over 100 musicians scheduled to play in total.

General admission to the festival is free, while VIP tickets can be purchased for $100 and will provide access to drink and food tickets and the chance to mingle with the musicians on Oct. 12.
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