Full schedule of Springfest events announced

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Teams participate in the annual bed races at Springfest 2010.

If you know of any anti-rain dances, voodoo, or other magical rain-prevention techniques (where were you earlier this week?), Saturday would be a good time to break them out.

That’s because the 29th annual Fayetteville Springfest is happening downtown on Saturday, April 30 and it would be nice to have a rain-free festival this year.

Highlights of the event include the annual pancake breakfast benefiting Habitat for Humanity, live music on the newly-dedicated Bruce Walker Memorial Stage, bed races, a car show, pony rides, carnival rides, and Step 1 Theatre’s new 2″ Play Festival.

If you get lost, there will be an information booth in front of Jose’s (324 West Dickson Street). That’s also where to pick up an official event t-shirt, if you’re interested.

We got our hands on the full lineup of music, performing arts, and other activities happening at Springfest this year, and we’ve collected them below. Have some fun, why don’t you?

Bruce Walker Memorial Stage – Walton Arts Center Parking Lot

9:00 a.m.The Paper Tiger
10:00 a.m.Clover Blue
11:00 a.m.Unseen Eyes
12:00 p.m.Noise Letter
1:00 p.m.Brought to You by Us
1:40 p.m. Rollo Tumasi
2:30 p.m.Amsterdam
3:20 p.m.Rocker Lips
4:10 p.m.Cadillac Jackson
5:00 p.m.The Town That Dreaded Sundown
5:40 p.m.Dreamfast
6:30 p.m.Jarris
7:20 p.m.Silverstone
8:10 p.m.Benjamin Del Shreve

Performing Arts Stage – Tyson Plaza (in front of Walton Arts Center)

9:30 a.m.Soul Rhythm Dance
10:30-11:30 a.m.Puppet Show
11:30 a.m.Raqs Akia Belly Dance
12:15 p.m.Terra Nova Belly Dance
12:45 p.m.Zumba Ladies
1:30 p.m.Terra Nova Belly Dance
2:00 p.m.Papa Rap
2:30 p.m.Raqs Akia Belly Dance

Other Sprinfest Activities

7 a.m.Pancake Breakfast (Joses)
9 a.m.Vendor booths open (Walton Arts Center lot)
9 a.m. Carnival/Pony rides (Walton Arts Center lot)
9 a.m.Car Show (Lot behind Kingfish)
1 p.m.Bed Races (Dickson Street)
2 p.m. Xtreme RC car races (Lot behind Kingfish)
3 p.m. Step 1 Theatre’s 2″ Play Festival (West End)