“We want to keep that history alive:” Milford Museum’s HippieFest set to make colorful comeback

MILFORD, Del. – Calling all hippies,  one event will make its return to the shore and embraces all things tie-dye and family fun.

The 2022 Hippie Fest is making a colorful comeback next month and is the Milford Museum’s biggest fundraiser of the year.

It celebrates the anniversary of Woodstock and festival goers are encouraged get into the spirit and come in their hippie-like wear, enjoy music from the 60s and 70s, and shop with local vendors.

Organizers say its also just a chance to get back to a sense a normalcy. “So that we can continue our mission of really telling the story of Milford and its surrounding areas. We want to keep that history alive,” Milford Museum Operations Manager Nicole Rogers said.

“We really want to show people that the museum is still here and we can still do all these fun things and get back to the way things were.”

Tickets are $25 and food will not be included with your ticket purchase.

That event is scheduled for Saturday, August 20 from 4p.m.-9p.m. on the lawn of the Causey Mansion.

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