Top 10 tips before heading out to Music Fusion Fest

Before driving to Norwalk, here are 10 things you should know about the Fusion Music Fest.
Aug 28, 2013

• Whether it’s for sitting (or maybe even sleeping), it’s a good idea to bring lawn chairs.

• Camping for tents is included in the admission, but campers or RVs require an extra $25 electricity-fee hook-up.

• Food vendors will be on hand selling gyros, burgers, hot dogs and fries; however, festival-goers are encouraged to bring in their own food.

• Just like when traveling on an airplane, no weapons will be allowed at the fairgrounds. Security will be checking.

• Here’s good news and bad news – the event is BYOB (no glass) so you can bring your own but if you run out you’re out of luck. So plan ahead because there are no alcohol sales during the festival.

• Michigan metal band Knowlyfe is playing at 10:30 p.m. Friday. The quartet, which has played on The Warped Tour, Rockapalooza and Mayhem Fest, is known for its wild live shows.

• Another band to see is rising act Paradox Please, which is traveling from Pennsylvania to play a 12:30 a.m. set Saturday evening (actually Sunday morning).

• As for local bands, Russet Burbank is a veteran Sandusky outfit playing at 11 p.m. Saturday. They’re known for putting their own unique sound into cover songs.

• Atomic Thrillride brings its hard-rocking Kentucky sound to Northwest Ohio.

• Finally, the band not to miss at the three-day affair is festival opener Drenalin, which plays at 12:30 p.m. Friday. The national touring act is known for its rock-radio sounds.



This event has been moved to The Underground 224 E.Water St. Sandusky, Ohio 44870 Check out the FB event page for details.