From Riverwalk To Downtown: New Changes For Salisbury Fest - 47 ABC - Delmarva's Choice

From Riverwalk To Downtown: New Changes For Salisbury Fest

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SALISBURY, Md. - You might've seen the rides out in the parking lot and vendors out on the street downtown, Salisbury Festival is back.

Last year, a majority of this festival was at the Riverwalk. This year, the event moved to Main Street, the heart of Salisbury. Vendors and hundreds of people filled the streets of the city taking in the festival.

"It's the crossroads of Delmarva, this is where it begins," said Jake Day, city council president. "If we don't invest here, we can't invest anywhere else justifiably, so this is where it has to happen."

The festival goes on throughout the weekend. For a full list of events, click here.

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