LAFAYETTE, Ind. (WLFI) - The 32nd Taste of Tippecanoe is just a few dozen hours away. But organizers say this one will have a different feel from all the others.
Because of listening to feedback from attendees, this year's event will be more accessible by being located entirely in downtown Lafayette, not split across the river. Also new this year is a beer garden of area microbrews.
But the staples will remain the same, tremendous food from about 30 restaurants with 21 bands performing on four stages from 4 p.m. to midnight.
Still, Taste of Tippecanoe Director Scott Freeman says this year's presentation will be different.
"Just some cool lighting effects that we're going to be using. Just the way the stages are going to be presented. Regular taste goers will see stuff that they've never seen before and it's going to be really, really fun," says Freeman.
Freeman adds he's not bothered by the possibility of storms. It tends to be a yearly threat.
Want to know more about the Taste? We've got maps, ticket information, food lists and much more here.
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