Music Industry News Network [01-22-2020]



On July 24-26, Festival in the Suburbs summer series is proud to announce its first ‘Way Too Hot’ hot wings challenge in Newburgh, NY. The festival will take place at the downtown Waterfront Park and will feature chicken wings that advance in levels of hotness throughout the weekend. This 18+ event is free but patrons must purchase a taste wristband in advance in order to participate in the hot wing challenges. Those who do not wish to partake in the games can opt out for the “cool” wing flavors like Curry, BBQ, Honey and many others. However, they will still need to purchase their taste bands in advance.

The festival will make its home in the newly renovated Waterfront park which sits right alongside the Hudson River. The view of the mountains stretches completely along the horizon providing a picturesque backdrop for the festival. There is plenty of entertainment on the grounds. Patrons can enjoy lawn games, video game tents, art installations, crafts vendors, a candy bodega, VIP lounges and live DJs.

Festival in the Suburbs is dedicated to maintaining a green environment. There will be plenty of recycling bins, water refill stations, hydration and misting tents to keep fans cool and composting efforts.

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Gates for the event open at 1pm and ends at 10pm each day. Tickets are available through the official website and its ticketing partner Eventbrite. Early bird taste tickets range from $20 to VIP options.

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