Imagine what “blue ash” would taste like ... yuck. Luckily no one will be forcing anything in your mouth at this year’s festival, which instead features a weekend of wonderful local food and Classic Rock.
Performances begin Friday with the Atlanta Rhythm Section (7 p.m.) and the Little River Band (9 p.m.), continue Saturday with Player (5 p.m.), Night Ranger (7 p.m.) and The Guess Who (9 p.m.) and conclude Sunday with Justin Moore (5 p.m.) and Phil Vassar (7 p.m.)
As always, The Taste of Blue Ash (now in its 25th year!) will also include food and family-friendly fun. The food is all provided by local restaurants and will cost under $4.50. The “fun” comes in the form of carnival style games and rides, with prices to match. There is also something called a “Teen Area,” where most of the drama, eyeliner application, drug abuse and sexual experimentation (in that order) will be taking place. Just kidding, it’s a rock wall.
Free admission. Taste of Blue Ash runs 6-11 p.m. Friday and noon-11 p.m. Saturday-Sunday.
Go here for festival details.