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Festival-goers cross the Sycamore St. bridge to enter the park. The Rhapsody in Green Festival began on Island Park in Elkhart on Friday night, June 13, 2014. (James Buck / The Elkhart Truth) (Buy this photo)

BritBeat, a Beatles tribute band, begins their act as the sun sets over the island on the first night of the festival. The Rhapsody in Green Festival began on Island Park in Elkhart on Friday night, June 13, 2014. (James Buck / The Elkhart Truth) (Buy this photo)

Johnathin Dellinger holds Bronx Alan Dellinger, 9 months, on the north bank of the island during the first night of the festival. The Rhapsody in Green Festival began on Island Park in Elkhart on Friday night, June 13, 2014. (James Buck / The Elkhart Truth) (Buy this photo)

Festival-goers check out vendors like this cart displaying ball caps. The Rhapsody in Green Festival began on Island Park in Elkhart on Friday night, June 13, 2014. (James Buck / The Elkhart Truth) (Buy this photo)

Na Luangasa does some capoeira and breakdancing moves by the river with friends on the first night of the festival. The Rhapsody in Green Festival began on Island Park in Elkhart on Friday night, June 13, 2014. (James Buck / The Elkhart Truth) (Buy this photo)

Jerron Beathea does some capoeira and breakdancing moves by the river with friends on the first night of the festival. The Rhapsody in Green Festival began on Island Park in Elkhart on Friday night, June 13, 2014. (James Buck / The Elkhart Truth) (Buy this photo)

Jerron Beathea does some capoeira and breakdancing moves by the river with friends on the first night of the festival. The Rhapsody in Green Festival began on Island Park in Elkhart on Friday night, June 13, 2014. (James Buck / The Elkhart Truth) (Buy this photo)

BritBeat, a Beatles tribute band, begins their act as the sun sets over the island on the first night of the festival. The Rhapsody in Green Festival began on Island Park in Elkhart on Friday night, June 13, 2014. (James Buck / The Elkhart Truth) (Buy this photo)

BritBeat, a Beatles tribute band, begins their act as the sun sets over the island on the first night of the festival. The Rhapsody in Green Festival began on Island Park in Elkhart on Friday night, June 13, 2014. (James Buck / The Elkhart Truth) (Buy this photo)

BritBeat, a Beatles tribute band, begins their act as the sun sets over the island on the first night of the festival. The Rhapsody in Green Festival began on Island Park in Elkhart on Friday night, June 13, 2014. (James Buck / The Elkhart Truth) (Buy this photo)

Marley Espinoza, 3, reacts to seeing her face paint done by Rhea Luczkowski. The Rhapsody in Green Festival began on Island Park in Elkhart on Friday night, June 13, 2014. (James Buck / The Elkhart Truth) (Buy this photo)

People fish in the river across from Island Park. The Rhapsody in Green Festival began on Island Park in Elkhart on Friday night, June 13, 2014. (James Buck / The Elkhart Truth) (Buy this photo)

Festival-goers cross the Sycamore St. bridge to enter the park. The Rhapsody in Green Festival began on Island Park in Elkhart on Friday night, June 13, 2014. (James Buck / The Elkhart Truth) (Buy this photo)

BritBeat, a Beatles tribute band, begins their act as the sun sets over the island on the first night of the festival. The Rhapsody in Green Festival began on Island Park in Elkhart on Friday night, June 13, 2014. (James Buck / The Elkhart Truth) (Buy this photo)

Tom Brabec, right, sings to Lynn Brabec along with Beatles tribute band BritBeat. The Rhapsody in Green Festival began on Island Park in Elkhart on Friday night, June 13, 2014. (James Buck / The Elkhart Truth) (Buy this photo)

BritBeat, a Beatles tribute band, begins their act as the sun sets over the island on the first night of the festival. The Rhapsody in Green Festival began on Island Park in Elkhart on Friday night, June 13, 2014. (James Buck / The Elkhart Truth) (Buy this photo)

Kids check out Elkhart artist Juan Guillen's lucha libre superhero masks. The Rhapsody in Green Festival began on Island Park in Elkhart on Friday night, June 13, 2014. (James Buck / The Elkhart Truth) (Buy this photo)
Rhapsody in Green Festival 2014: Here's what you need to know
Posted on June 14, 2014 at 7:30 a.m. | Updated on June 14, 2014 at 8:53 a.m.

The 35th annual Rhapsody in Green Festival began Friday, June 13, and will continue through the weekend at the Island Park in Elkhart.

The festival will be from noon to midnight on Saturday, June 14, and noon to 8 p.m. on Sunday, June 15. You can get to Island Park from the walking bridges located at Lundquist-Bicentennial Park, Pulaski Park and Sycamore Street. 

The cost of admission is $1 after 5 p.m. on Saturday and free on Sunday.

The event features a variety of food and live performances, from drum ensembles to magicians. Here’s what you can expect on the Main and East stages on Saturday and Sunday at the Rhapsody in Green Festival.

Move your cursor over the image above to find links to the different performers’ websites.

The Rhapsody in Green 2014 Festival brings together a variety of musical genres, from Motown to Jazz music. Here’s a sample of what you can expect to hear when you visit Island Park this weekend.

THE MOTOWN SOUNDS OF TOUCH (9 p.m. Saturday, June 14 on the Main Stage)

ADRIENNE FRAILEY (1 p.m. Sunday, June 15 on the Main Stage)

Weather for the festival

Saturday is expected to be sunny with temperatures as high as 78 and as low as 55, according to the National Weather Service. Sunday night is expected to be mostly clear.

Sunday is also expected to be mostly sunny with temperatures as high as 85 and as low as 68. However, there is 60 percent chance of precipitation on Sunday night. Showers and thunderstorms are likely after 9 p.m.