‘LoveFest on Main’ strikes hearts with smooches, dancing, jazz

ST. GEORGE — Another “George, Streetfest on Main” has come and gone and support for this first-Friday event remains strong as the crowds came out Friday night to dance in the street, enjoy some of the area’s finest food truck fares as well as wine and microbrew selections in the jazz garden; and even get in a little smooching … sort of.

For February’s installment, George traveled back in time to the bygone era of the 1960s where revelers were encouraged to dust off their bell bottoms and peace signs and spread love along Main Street.

Speaking of spreading the love, the Dixie State University Student Association did just that as they turned the photo booth area into a kissing booth and doled out “kisses” (stamps in the shape of lips) to attendees.

Live music from the likes of Brumby of Las Vegas and SWIMM of Los Angeles lit up the Main Stage while musician Nic Chamberlain joined the West Coast Jazz Players in a little Valentine crooning at the Ancestor Square Clock Tower turned Zion Canyon Brewing Company Jazz Garden.

St. George News attended the “far out” festival and captured this “groovy” video for your viewing pleasure.

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1 Comment

  • .... February 6, 2016 at 8:15 am

    I wonder if the city issued itself a dance permit ?

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