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Lake Shore Fall Music Festival 2023


The Fall Music Festival, better known as Fall Fest, is an annual music festival at Lake Shore High School. It shows off Lake Shore’s musical talent and groups from all throughout the school district.

This year it was on October 21st from 12pm to 4pm and groups such as the marching band, middle school’s 7th and 8th grade choir, middle school band, the high school’s jazz band, the high school’s different choirs, and the elementary schools each had different performances.

“I am most Excited to see fusion (show choir) and the elementary schools performances,” Sara Miligan, junior, said.

Many were excited to see the fusion choir. Ellie Mitchener-Rubino, a Sophomore at Lake Shore High School, said “Fusion choir” was the group they were most excited to see at Fall Fest.

“I am excited to see the choir! I have multiple friends in choir” Clare Archer, Sophomore at Lake Shore High School, said

As well as these performances there were plenty of other activities for entertainment such as bounce houses for kids, a table Violet Elementary had, providing glitter tattoos with a donation, a table from the art club, some tables with home decor for sale, food trucks, and a petting zoo. With Halloween approaching many of the kids were running around with Halloween costumes as well.

“I really liked the food trucks, I got food from Raquel’s Cocina,” Miligan said

“I enjoyed the food trucks. The milkshakes were very good,” Archer said.

There were four food trucks at Fall Fest, Little Bros Burgers, a burger truck, V’s Barista had different sweets such as ice cream and doughnuts, Go Cheese a grilled cheese food truck, and Raquel’s Cocina a taco/Mexican food truck.

The Fall Fest is a good event for families with younger children. As well as a good showcase of some of Lake Shore community’s musical talents from the bands and choirs.

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Paloma Aguirre
Paloma Aguirre, Staff Writer
Paloma Aguirre is 15 and a Sophomore at Lake Shore High School. They are a part of the school's color guard. In their free time, they enjoy making art. They have one sibling, a younger brother, as well as a pet dog. 

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