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DayLife Festival Returns to Orchard Street Sunday

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DayLife, the Lower East Side BID’s Orchard Street festival, is coming back this weekend for a final blast of summer 2013.

DayLife festival this past June. Photo: LES BID.
DayLife festival this past June. Photo: LES BID.

The event, held a few times every year, includes entertainment, food and recreational activities on a stretch of Orchard between East Houston and Delancey streets.  On Sunday from noon-5 p.m., the Living Room will be curating musical performances in front of Tammany Hall. Lots of restaurants and food shops are taking part, including Mission Chinese, the Meatball Shop, Black Tree, Roni Sue’s Chocolates and Spur Tree.

Boutiques such as By Robert James, the Hoodie Shop and Quinn will be represented, along with the Educational Alliance’s new Manny Canter Center, offering free fitness demonstrations. Scratch DJ Academy is offering free dj lessons, Kai Song (the precocious kid dj) will be back by popular demand and there will be numerous live performances, including a lineup brought to you by Lost Weekend/The Leadbelly.

For a look at the lineup, check out the BID’s DayLife event page.

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