MEMPHIS, Tenn. (localmemphis.com)- Saturday may have been washed out but the River Arts Festival said the show must go on.
This is the 13th year for the largest fine arts festival in the Mid-South.
Event organizers said that about 200 artists will be at the festival this year to exhibit and sell their latest works of art.
They say there is something at the River Arts Festival for everyone.
“You’re going to find something you love. You can buy jewelry, you can buy glass, you can buy pottery, you can buy wood turned object, you can buy sculptures up to 6 feet tall or you can buy a tiny piece of porcelain clay for your home. So there really is something for everyone, all price points, all diverse mediums and just beautiful beautiful original pieces of art.” said Bonnie Thornton, Managing Director for River Arts Festival.
Those that missed on the festival on Saturday, also had a chance to enjoy on Sunday.