Virginia-Highland Summerfest Rakes in 180K
2012 was the most successful year for the festival, according to organizers
The 2012 Virginia-Highland Summerfest was the most successful festival in its history, organizers announced Monday.
The two-day street festival raked in $180,000 this year.
Organizers said attention to costs and good weather factored into the success this year.
“Every little area has improved little by little… and it all adds up,” event chair Pam Papner said.
The proceeds from the music and arts festival are pumped back into the general upkeep of the neighborhood and community parks.
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