July 11, 2013
Union Program Council hosts 2013 Little Apple Music Festival July 13
Experience a night full of diverse music and great company at the 2013 Little Apple Music Festival with up and coming Midwest native country act County Road 5.
Joining County Road 5 at the festival on Saturday, July 13 at Larry Norvell Band Shell in City Park are blues musician Walkin’ Cane; jazz artist Joseph Vincelli; indie singer/songwriter Deer, Daniel and local favorites ID Fort Riley Jazz Combo. In addition to the line up at City Park, Bluestem Bistro will once again host a jazz brunch from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Sunday, July 14 featuring The Cheap Ninjas. Listen to samples of festival artists online at k-state.edu/upc.
The free annual festival is part of the city’s Arts in the Park series and also includes food vendors, artist CD sales and a family-friendly area with crafts and activities. Open 6:30-8:30 p.m., the family-friendly area will feature face painting; a balloon artist; inflatables provided by Fort Riley’s MWR; Sandy Candy; Manhattan Arts Center and Manhattan Public Library arts and crafts; K-State’s Willie Wildcat and a chalking contest with prizes including K-State Student Union Recreation Center bowling passes, Sunset Zoo passes and Flint Hills Discovery Center passes.
The event is a collaborative effort between the Manhattan Parks and Recreation Department and the K-State Student Union Program Council, or UPC. Other sponsors are Fort Riley’s MWR, the Dow Chemical Multicultural Resource Center, Ag Press, Bluestem Bistro and Holiday Inn at the Campus.
For additional information on the 2013 Little Apple Music Festival or for a complete list of all Union Program Council activities, visit k-state.edu/upc or call the Union Program Council office at 785-532-6571.