Waxhaw’s Kaleidoscope Fest

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Crowds gather at Waxhaw’s Kaleidoscope Fest held on May 20th & 21st, 2017.
Vince Rivers performs during the Waxhaw’s Kaleidoscope Fest. Live music is an integral part of the Kaleidoscope Fest. There were 4 stages with rotating musicians, children’s performers, and local performing arts.
Burning Phoenix with Hodge Podge Custom Builds, owned by Laura Hodgson from Waxhaw was a 1st year vendor at 2017’s Kaleidoscope Fest. Specializing in covered porches, patios, decks, kitchens, and bathrooms, they can design and build your next project.
Danielle (shown with her Mom) owns Lily Marie Fashions. From Indian Trail, its their first year at Waxhaw’s Kaleidoscope Fest. “It’s going well so far!”
Novant Health Waxhaw Family and Sports Medicine offered free blood pressure screenings and info. Ida, from Weddington, stopped by for the free blood pressure check.
Timothy Moran with Celtic Pottery Studios, from Brown Summit, NC. Moran does 34 art shows a year and has been receiving invitations for years so decided to come down to Waxhaw this year.
Progressive Movement Art Centre in Waxhaw performs for the crowd at Waxhaw’s Kaleidoscope Fest .
Kelly Walsh, of Waxhaw, owns Indulgence making soy candles. This was her 3rd year at the festival.
Logan Wyatt and Kyle Moore, with Amazing Grace Lutheran Church and Carolina Construction Equipment, sell raffle tickets to benefit the Regan Family.
Waxhaw’s Kaleidoscope Fest Craft Brew Tasting Event featured Dreamchaser’s Brewery from Waxhaw, Blue Blaze from West Charlotte, and Southern Range from Monroe.
Tina Angelo, from Myrtle Beach, has friends in Waxhaw who has been an art vendor at Waxhaw’s Kaleidoscope Fest in the past. “This is my very first time here.”
Bill Moloney, of Waxhaw, talks to a customer in front of his glass bottle votive candle holders.
Hubee D’s out of Charlotte sells tenders and wings to festival goers at Waxhaw’s Kaleidoscope Fest.
Ben Corpuz, owner of BC Kickboxing & BJJ of Waxhaw, practices Brazilian Jiu Jitsu with his student, Erin, during Waxhaw’s Kaleidoscope Fest.
Trolleys were available to carry festival goers to and from the designated parking areas.
A DJ gets the crowd moving during Waxhaw’s Kaleidoscope Fest.
A view from the bridge during Waxhaw’s Kaleidoscope Fest.
Anjali, of Waxhaw, gets a blue dragon face painting from Maribell Sarate of Maribell’s Face and Body Art at Waxhaw’s Kaleidoscope Fest.
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