The festival is the renewed, rebranded version of the former Lexington Avenue Arts and Fun Festival.
Also, the Asheville Food and Wine Festival is coming up soon, and much more.
The nonprofit sponsor of the event, Arts 2 People, is looking for partners, artists, supporters and collaborators for the rebranded event.
The festival dream team plans to draw on deep experience with Asheville events to create a new signature fest.
LAAFF started in true Asheville grassroots style. Here's hoping organizers can retool for next year.
After a brutal financial shortfall this summer, the beloved event turns to the community for vision and help.
Arts2People now seeks community donations to get its programming back on track.
Arts2People asks for financial support, saying future LAAFF events and Arts2People programming are both in trouble.
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The Lexington Avenue Arts & Fun Festival this year is set for Sept. 1, 2.