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Fallooza will feature three days of food, fun and live music.

PLYMOUTH – A new festival will be making its debut this fall, as the Fallooza Fall Festival & Country Music event will take place Sept. 29-Oct. 1 in Plymouth.

Fallooza is hosted by the Plymouth Advancement Association and Sargento Foods, and will feature six bands in three days, a wide variety of vendors, food, drinks and activities for all ages.

Proceeds from the festival will benefit three area mental health organizations: Mental Health America Lakeshore, Rogers Behavioral Health Sheboygan and Samaritan’s Hand. The goal is to raise $100,000, according to the Plymouth Advancement Assocation.

“We are excited to offer fest-goers a fun-filled three days and at the same time contribute toward our local efforts to build a healthier community through mental health and addiction recovery organizations,” said Plymouth Advancement Association President Lee Gentine in a press release.

The festival kicks off with the sold-out Scotty McCreery concert at Sheboygan’s Weill Center on Thursday, Sept. 29 at 7:30 p.m. American Idol winner McCreery is one of country’s rising stars with five #1 singles on Billboard’s Country Airplay charts.

Musical performances on Friday, Sept. 30 include FM Rodeo (Acoustic Duo) at Antonio’s Sports Bar & Grille at 7 p.m. and Rebel Grace at Racer’s Hall at 8:30 p.m.

On Saturday, Oct. 1 Brent Bel & the Boys will be performing at 11 a.m. and Dan Lepien at 2 p.m. Both shows will be live on the east end of Mill Street in downtown Plymouth.

Later on Saturday, Bella Cain will take the stage at the Sheboygan County Fairgrounds at 7:30 p.m. This show requires a $10 ticket donation. Guests will enter at Gate 4.

In addition to live music, Mill Street will have a whole host of activities on Saturday from 10 a.m.-4 p.m., as downtown Plymouth’s main thoroughfare will be closed off to traffic. There will be a Plymouth Lions Club brat fry, food trucks, a beverage garden at the Plymouth Arts Center, and vendors with everything from crafts and seasonal items to fresh produce and food items.

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