A festival that is dedicated in celebrating the very best of arts, music, visual, and culinary will be shutting down the street for an '80s rock band Top GunZ.

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Love Def Leppard, Journey, Motley Crue, Bon Jovi, Posion, Night Ranger, Whitesnake, Guns N’ Roses, Joan Jett, Quiet Riot, and Aerosmith? Well, St. Louis rock band Top GunZ will be rockin' the stage on Saturday, June 26 with gates opening at 7 pm and the band starting at 8 pm. The band has been voted the top cover band in St. Louis and they are making their high-energy shoe t0 Quincy. The street concert will be on Maine Street between 5th and 6th Street, and will admission will only be $5. 5 bucks to see a top rated '80s rock band? Heck yeah!

The concert is just one major highlight of the weekend which brings tons of people to Quincy. An event the was extremely missed by many last year, but I know has everyone excited to have it back in 2021. Q-FEST is a chance to see the very best in art and music all in one spot, Washington Park,

Q-FEST starts on Friday, June 25 (which is also a Blues in the District night) and celebrates everything art. There will be several vendors set up throughout Washington Park for the entire weekend, where there will be fun activities for the entire family. There will be hands-on activities, food, daytime musical performers, and so much more. My kids and I love going to Q-FEST and so excited to have it back after being gone last year due to the pandemic. To get the complete schedule of activities for the weekend, log on to theqfest.com for more information.

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