UPLAND – This year’s Upland Lemon Festival is going to be bigger than ever.
Attendees will have plenty to enjoy such as live bands, two “American Idol” contestants, carnival rides, 250 vendors and community performances.
“There is something for everyone,” festival Chairman Mark Hill said. “If they can’t find something to do at the Lemon Festival, it probably doesn’t exist.”
Hill expects more than 100,000 people to go to downtown Upland to attend the 12th annual festival, which runs from noon Friday to 6 p.m. Sunday.
“It was time to step up because we were to capacity last year,” Hill said. “We can get a little more spread out, but not too much – just about to the maximum capacity the downtown area can hold.”
Hotel California, an Eagles cover band; Justin Guarini and Kimberly Caldwell of “American Idol” fame; and the Doo-Wah Riders will perform on the main stage.
The Lemon Festival Idol finals – a local “American Idol” contest – will be at 6:30p.m. Saturday on the main stage.
Local acts will perform on the community stage all three days.
Parking, admission and entertainment are free.
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