Will's A Faire combines shopping, music and drinking for a one-stop Sunday Funday

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With the success of Southern Fried Sunday’s 10th Anniversary Show a done deal, the organizers of SFS are teaming up with the taste-makers of the Lovely Boutique Market to throw another big shindig this Sunday at beloved Mills 50 watering hole Will’s Pub. At Will’s A Faire, you’ve got the likes of Zap Dragon & the Attack, Fast Preacher and Timothy Eerie rockin’ out on the outdoor stage, while more than 50 vendors offer vintage and handmade merchandise for sale. Retro home goods, records, music memorabilia, motorcycle accessories, local art, jewelry and fashion – everything you wish grandma and grandpa hadn’t thrown out will be there. If shopping and dancing has got you tuckered out, feel free to recharge with a little Southern food from various food trucks. Immediately following the free outdoor shows, be sure to catch the whiskey-swiggin’ Ben Prestage as he takes you to the depths of Mississippi one blues lick at a time.

1 p.m. Sunday, March 20 | Will’s Pub, 1042 N. Mills Ave. | willspub.org | free


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