EDMOND — Music, food trucks, a bounce house and beer tastings will add up to a fun evening for a good cause — raising money for Edmond Mobile Meals.
The first-ever Edfest will be from 6 to 10 p.m. Friday at Edmond's Farmers Market, 26 W First, said Piper Riggs, executive director of Edmond Mobile Meals.
Admission is free, but a portion of proceeds collected by the food trucks will go to Mobile Meals, Riggs said.
Three bands are to perform at the festival, including Enid fiddler Kyle Dillingham.
One of the attractions for adults is the chance to pay $30 to get 20 2-ounce samples of local beer, which equals about three normal-sized beers, Riggs said.
Breweries participating in the festival are to include Tall Grass Brewing Co., Roughtail Brewing Co., Battered Boar, Huebert Brewing and Mustang Brewing Co., according to edfestokc.com, a website promoting the event.
Monetary donations for Edmond Mobile Meals will be accepted at the festival.
Riggs said the organization hopes to raise $30,000 to help meet program costs. The group also hopes to attract more volunteer helpers
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