Freedom Fest Includes Cool Cars, a Pinup Contest, and Food Truck Competition
It's Freedom Fest time in East Moline. Not only will you get to enjoy a car show, live music and festival fun, you can also be part of the new shade and lighting project.
There will be a ribbon cutting at 8 p.m. Saturday, August 21 in downtown East Moline at Runners Park, 742 15th Ave. to dedicate the new shade and lighting project.
But before the ceremony, you can enjoy a whole days worth of fun at the fifth annual Freedom Festival. Check out the list of activities that includes fun for the whole family.
1 p.m. – Bags Tournament. Register in advance here or sign up day of. Please download the Scoreholio app.
2 p.m. – Car show, vendor fair, pinup contest and food truck competition begin.
3 p.m. - @Big River Brass Band will take the stage.
4 p.m. - Dani Lynn Howe Band will perform.
7 p.m. – Results of the food truck competition will be announced, and the raffle winner will be picked.
8 p.m. - The Final Mix Show Band will close out the evening with live music until 11 p.m.
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You'll find festival food trucks, a car show, plenty of vendors and live music. You can also help vote for the best food truck food and participate in raffles to win great prizes too. It's sure to be fun for the whole family. See you at Runner's Park in East Moline!
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