There will be face painting, balloon art, music from several area bands, fine art and crafters, and food.
Still needed are artists, crafters and food vendors for the event, sponsored by the Gloucester City Cultural Arts and Heritage Society.
Also, there will be two art contests during the festival.
Adult Artists 18 and over are asked to do a rendering of the riverfront and park, and prizes will be awarded.
Also, the Art Contest for Teens, 13 to 17, will involve them creating a picture of a Gloucester City church or business.
On May 20 at 7:30 p.m. musician Michael London will appear at King Street Espresso Bar in Gloucester City. There will be a $10 cover charge.
His music is inspired by the transcendental poetry of Rumi, the 13th century Persian Sufi mystic.
He has a CD, and has his own recording studio. His website: michaellondon.net.
The program is hosted by Mary Lou Adams, the Society Director.