Thousands of people—around twice as many as expected—came to Jetton Village on Sunday for a “Springfest” hosted by Harvey’s and Cornelius Draft House. There were bands, including Mike Regan’s Rejects (“stripped down like never before), breweries, vendors, food and bounce houses for the kids.
“Bringing people together is what we do,” said Charlie Dyer, owner of Harvey’s, which recently opened in Jetton Village. Vendors included Lake Norman Local Apparel and the Pink Boutique. J. Stone Salon also had their grand opening.
Dyer said the Springfest will be back again next year.