The Town of Knightdale Arts and Education Fest returns on Saturday, September 14, 2019. This year’s event includes two parts: 10am-2pm (free festival) and 5:30pm-9pm (free concert).
The mission of the Knightdale Education Festival is to connect community members with local non-profits, educational, wellness and cultural arts opportunities to which they may not otherwise be exposed. Meet vendors and pick up information during the free festival, pick up a meal from a food truck, and let the kids play — inflatables and other activities.
During the free concert, Rick James’ Stone City Band and Slave will provide live music.
The Knightdale Arts and Education Fest is held in Knightdale Station Park, 810 N First Avenue, Knightdale, NC. Free on-site parking is available.
The town of Knightdale is located in Wake County, North Carolina and is a fast-growing town. Knightdale Station Park is one of the town’s hot spots for community events and family outings. The park contains ball fields, playgrounds, a covered pavilion, a Veterans’ Memorial, and much more. See more at www.knightdalenc.gov, and follow town activities on Facebook and Twitter.
Ed. Note: The Knightdale Arts and Education Fest was formerly known as K-Fest.
This article originally published August 5, 2019; updated September 1 w/ revised poster and info.