Get Ready for the 2013 Gettysburg Festival
Published May 20, 2013
We’re just a few weeks away from the start of the 2013 Gettysburg Festival, one of the premier events that happens each year in Gettysburg. The Festival celebrates local talent throughout the community though its Fringe events — visual arts, culinary arts, theater, film, music and children’s events — and showcases leading voices and practitioners in these fields.
Now celebrating its sixth year, the Gettysburg Festival strives to provide access and exposure to the arts in a family-friendly and affordable atmosphere. In fact, more than half of the events held during the Festival are completely free and open to the public.
The Gettysburg Festival celebrates American arts, culture and cuisine against the historic backdrop of Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. This tourism initiative provides access to the arts to inspire, entertain and educate the public.
This year’s festival will be held June 8 – 16. Over the next several weeks, you can expect post featuring some of the headliners and festival that will be in attendance. You’ll learn a little bit more about who they are, where they will be performing, and how to secure tickets if necessary.
It’s always one of the highlights of the summer season as we celebrate the visual arts, culinary arts, and music right here in our own backyard.
Tickets are now available for sale. You can purchase them securely right here. Note: while many events are free, they still require a ticket.