BUCKHANNON — Classic rock filled the air in Jawbone park Friday night. The Full Cirkle band from Philippi headlined Festival Friday. They performed classic vinyl rock with some country, easy listening and pop. The members of the band are Patty Evans on percussion and vocals, Ronnie Phillips on bass guitar and vocals, Mark Stewart on keyboards, percussion, and vocals, and Phil Bowers on guitar and vocals. Most of the songs they performed come from the 1970’s era, but they also mixed in modern country and other rock from the 1980’s on up. They have fronted for Shenandoah, The Vandells, Cris Cagle, Andy Griggs and Jason Michael Carroll.
World’s End provided a tasty new option to festival goers with their scrumptious seafood. Their southern Louisiana Cajun feast showcased catfish and shrimp, complete with sides of slaw, rice and hushpuppies. Owner and chef, Jon Arbogast will be preparing meals for Festival Fridays throughout the rest of the summer. “We are so happy people are enjoying our food so much,” Arbogast said. “We pretty much sold out of everything we had.” World’s End will continue to offer their delicious fare after the summer festival season is over, as they plan to open a restaurant above Trumpz salon on Main St. in downtown Buckhannon.