TOLEDO, Ohio (WTVG) – After a two-year pause due to the pandemic, The Old West End Festival kicked off its first night at the Agnes Reynolds Jackson Arbetorium.
“We’re excited to be back, everyone was just itching to get back to the festival. It’s the best event in the neighborhood each year, and not having it for two years we really missed it. And we’re excited to be back,” said Dan Finkle, the Public Relations Chair for the event.
” Normally festival starts Saturday morning, and it still does. But what we decided to do was open up the festival one night early, at a limited location,” said Finkle. “Here tonight we have food trucks, we have the beer trucks, and we’ve got music live entertainment. So everyone is just going to be partying until 10.”
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