Returning to the Levitt Shell for the second year in a row, Bristerfest is taking over parts of Overton Park April 27 to 28.
What began as a small block party has grown into a two day grassroots festival that celebrates local culture and teaches environmental sustainability.
Beginning at 1 p.m. and running until 10, this two day affair is appropriate for all ages.
There will be a sundry of activities including fire dancers, authentic Aztec dancers, a Hookah Bar for adults, and face painting and a moon bounce for children.
This year's music lineup features more than 30 bands whose genres range from hip hop to latin to folk. There will also be diverse food options from local restaurants and shopping from local vendors.
For those looking for tips on how to live a greener lifestyle, a booth will be set up to provide environmental education opportunities from SLUG, Students Learning Urban Gardening, a registered student organization at The University of Memphis.