Middle Waves is about more than music

FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE) – Middle Waves music festival has more to offer attendees than just music.

Cats and dogs are both available for adoption at the Middle Waves Music Festival, courtesy of the Allen County ASPCA.

“We’re all about being a part of our community,” Director the Allen County ASPCA, Jessica Henry said. “This community has supported us, so we wanted to come out and support this great event.”

Attendees can walk away with an adoptable pet from the Kitty Cafe and Pubby Pub vendors.

In addition to the music, attendees can also enjoy the festival classic Lemonade Shake-Up, an obstacle course made of pool rings, art sculptors, live paintings and a piñata party.

Something new this evening is the “Wash Your Beard Dunk Tank,” and the “Glitter Bar.”

Attendees will also be able to enjoy free pontoon and kayak rides.

“That’s what it’s really about, coming down and seeing more than just the music,” Heather Schoegler, a festival attendee, said.

For more information, visit Middle Waves Music Festival.

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