Party on the Plaza Returns Saturday in Wheeling
The Circus Saints and Sinners bring back their Party on the Plaza food and music festival to Wheeling on Saturday, and those attending will be helping a needed cause while they have their fun.
The proceeds from the second-annual event, running from 3:30-10 p.m. at the Plaza on Market Street, will go toward the $150,000 commitment the organization made last year for the construction of the brand-new 150-bed WVU Medicine Children’s hospital in Morgantown.
The festival features all-day live music, food trucks, and beer and wine, event chair Paul Smith said.
“We have great food and drink, and a fantastic musical lineup, co-headlined by Pittsburgh’s top party band, No Bad JuJu, and Cleveland rockers Trailer Park Ninjas, with special guest, Spinning Jenny,” Smith said. “And we’re happy to once again be holding this event for the women and children of our region and throughout West Virginia by supporting WVU Medicine Children’s.”
Panhandle Cleaning and Restoration is the presenting sponsor with gold-level support from Broadwater Properties, Bordas and Bordas, Lowe’s, Edward Jones Investments and WesBanco.Tickets are $30 each and can be purchased at the gate and at PartyOnThePlaza.org.