History, Heritage and Hops slated for May 4 in Dover

This year’s History, Heritage and Hops Festival is expected to draw 6,000 to 7,000 visitors on Loockerman Street this year. (Submitted photo)

DOVER — H3 (History, Heritage, and Hops) will take place Saturday, May 4 from 3 to 9 p.m. on Loockerman Street from State Street to Governors Avenue in Dover.

Annually held after the Dover Days Festival, the event will feature three live bands, food trucks, 15 alcohol vendors, (craft beer, wine, cider, mead, spiked tea, and spirits) kids activities and more.

Bands will be At Risk, Bad Juju and Glass Onion.

Food trucks will include Mojo Loco, Woody’s on Wheels, Kapow , 33 West, Zaikka on Wheels and Haass’ on the Go.

Sweets will be sold by White and Associates Treats (funnel cakes and fried Oreos and honey buns), Sarah’s Italian Ice and Smart Concessions (kettle corn).

Merchandise vendors will include Joyeuse Syn Designs, Devine Paws, Clings, Bling, and Things and Harpster Designs.

Other fun activities include Mobile Cloud Game Truck with a climate-controlled gaming area for kids and adults; Fairy Paintbox with face painting; and Magic by Charlie.

Admission is free but early bird wristbands are available for $37 by searching for History, Heritage and Hops 2019 on Eventbrite.com.

This wristband is good for unlimited, full pours of all alcohol and an official H3 T-shirt.

Email H3tshirt@gmail.com with your desired shirt size after you place your wristband order. You must be at least 21 to purchase. Age will be verified at Will Call. Shirts and unlimited pour wristbands can be picked up at Will Call.

To guarantee receiving a T-shirt in your desired size you must purchase your wristbands by Saturday.

Unlimited pour wristbands will be available for sale the day of the event for $47 and do not include a T-shirt. Although, if there are any extras, you may purchase one separately then.

Produced by Destination Downtown Dover, proceeds benefit downtown beautification projects.

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