Spindle City Fest

Music That Matters Art that inspires


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Spindle City Fest is all about art, music, food, fun, mind and body. It serves as an opportunity for Fall River and the surrounding communities to showcase what the area has to offer in the realms of art, entertainment, victuals, and creativity.

There will be an artisan & farmer’s market, holistic makers, beer and wine tastings, and a live performance by Busted Jug Band. You can participate in all of these events for free!


September 7 – Schedule of Events:
10:00-3:00 Open Studios, Artisan & Farmer’s Market
10:00-3:00 Farm Stand (In Front of Building) With Coastal Foodshed
10:30-11:00 Session 1: Drums Alive with PULSE – Reservation Required
11:00-11:30 Session 2: Drums Alive with PULSE – Reservation Required
1:00-2:00 Sam’s Meat Pies Tasting
2:00-3:00 Beer Tasting with Troy City Brewing
2:00-3:00 Live Performance by Busted Jug Band



Interested in being one of our art vendors? Please send an email to Info@www.narrowscenter.org. Include your business name, what you do, your website (if applicable) and photos of your work.



Mobile Farm Stand
We are delighted to partner with Coastal Foodshed, and to bring their farm stand to Fall River. Coastal Foodshed is dedicated to creating a robust local food economy in the south-coast region. They work hard to connect people with high quality local produce at an affordable price, and they ensure that local farmers are thriving.

Stop by the market during Spindle City Fest – located right in front of the main entrance!




Art ~ Music ~ Victuals ~ Mind and Body


Our project Spindle City Fest was awarded a $5,000 Cultural Expression Grant through the Creative Commonwealth Initiative of the Community Foundation of Southeastern Massachusetts.


This program is supported, in part by a grant from the Fall River Cultural Council, a local agency supported by the Massachusetts Cultural Council.




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