It’ll be a hot time in Pittston on Friday night. Literally.
After a successful first Second Friday Main Street Art Walk in May, that more than 3,000 people attended according to Main Street manager Rose Randazzo, the June 13 event will feature sword weilders and fire breathing circus performers in the Pittston Tomato Festival lot
The band Merchants of Groove from Scranton will perform. The blues bands will be on the main stage in the fesitval lot.
There will also be music in the Pocket Park, kids crafts and live art demonstrations.
Randazzo encourages everyone, especially those attending for the first time, to go to 71 South Main Street and pick up a self-guided art map showing all public art in the city as well as locations of restaurants and bars.
Randazzo also said motorists may park their cars at any city lot for free, at any meter for free, at the Community Bank in the center of town near Tony the Tomato Mule as well as at the YMCA lot and the lot on William Street across from St. John’s church, or the lot next to Rite Aid across from Fuji, an Asian fushion restaurant.
Randazzo says there is more to come in the upcoming months.
“Very soon we’ll be announcing a new mural and a celebrity guest that will be attending in the future,” said Randazzo.
The festivites will be from 5 to 9 p.m. this Friday, June 13, rain or shine.