SliceFest, presented by Birmingham Budweiser, brings rock, funk, soul and jazz from all over the South to the stage for the sixth annual festival on Saturday, June 3.
SliceFest, presented by Birmingham Budweiser, brings rock, funk, soul and jazz from all over the South to the stage for the sixth annual festival on Saturday, June 3. The crowd will be jamming to sets by American Funk and jazz saxophonist, flutist and vocalist, Karl Denson’s Tiny Universe, and electronic elements of soul, dubstep, hip-hop, and blues from Manic Focus. Other artists include Banditos, Ripe, Early James and more!
SliceFest 2017 brings attractions for all ages including your furry friends. A few of this year’s activities include a 47-foot Ferris Wheel presented by Cashio’s Meatball Market, Tito’s Dog Park, Aviate Cooling Station, roaming New Orleans street performers, giant connect four, face painting, and balloon art followed by a full lineup of musical artists playing sets throughout the evening.
SliceFest is a sell-out event every year, so attendees should purchase tickets early at www.SliceFest.com. Advance early bird tickets for SliceFest are on sale for a limited time for $25. The full price of $35 will be charged at the gate. Children ages 12 and younger receive free admission. Proceeds of ticket sales benefit The Suki Foundation, a non-profit dedicated to helping families cope with Rhett Syndrome.