SliceFest is this Saturday from 1 p.m. until midnight! It takes place in Lakeview at Slice and the parking lot around it.
Tickets are $30 before and $35 at the door. Children 12 & under are free!
Slicefest takes over Lakeview with Birmingham's Biggest Block Party! SliceFest will deliver sounds from all over the South on the SliceFest main stage and Slice patio stage including New Orleans roots-driven rock band The Revivalist and eight-piece brass, The Soul Rebels, the 'one-man jam band' Keller Williams, The Weeks, Vallejo, Muddy Magnolias, Riley Green, and Bailey Ingle!
Also stay late for the official GLOW after party with Break Science! Riley Green gave us a taste of the music today as he performs "Bury Me in Dixie." Exclusively for SliceFest 2016,
Chef Terrill creates specialty pies that are only available for the day of SliceFest! Family friendly activities for SliceFest run from 1 p.m.-4 p.m. and include a giant connect four & chess games, face painting, balloon art, and a chance to hang out and be photographed with Marvel Superheroes.
SUKI Foundation has been a benefactor from SliceFest since the first SliceFest. SUKI Foundation is a not-for profit organization created in honor of founders' daughter, Sarah Katherine, affectionately known as Suki, following her diagnosis of Rett Syndrome at age two. Rett Syndrome is a neurodevelopmental disorder that predominantly affects girls and causes a myriad of symptoms including loss of communication and fine motor skills, seizures, impaired eating, reduced growth, abnormal head growth and unusual breathing patterns. Meet Suki at The Suki Foundation tent located in the Kid Zone outside in back of the
Slice parking lot. The Suki Foundation tent will be located in the Kid Zone inside the Slice parking lot.
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