The second StreetFest is beginning to take shape.
On Thursday, Brazil Main Street, Inc., Vice President Tony Harper informed other committee members plans for the organization's second festival are coming together.
"It will be a little more family friendly," Harper said.
Harper told committee members the event has been scheduled for Sept. 17-18 so as to not conflict with other festivals and events taking place in the fall.
It will also take place at the Brazil National Guard Armory.
He said there will be two evenings of entertainment, starting at 6 p.m., Friday, Sept. 17, and 7 p.m., Saturday, Sept. 18.
Several that attended the first festival in late May suggested the entertainment be split into two evenings, one night for country music and another night for rock music.
"(The community) wanted a country night and a rock night," Harper said.
The first night of entertainment will be country-influenced music and will feature acts P150, Almost Country and Country 90 Proof. Harper said he is still pursuing one more act for the evening.
The second night will feature rock music, including acts Ida Mae Sheriff, Big Dead Bird and Dicky James and the Blue Flames. He added he may add one more act for the evening as well.
Festivities will take place in the parking lot of the Armory, located on State Road 59.
Harper said he learned there will be enough power for the festivities after contacting Duke Energy.
Now, he said he will begin contacting vendors that set up for the first festival and added he hoped to have "bounce houses," for children, but was looking for sponsors for the houses.
He said he intends to place a sign on SR 59 to promote the festival.
The organization conducted its first festival during Memorial Day weekend earlier this year. It took place in the parking lot behind Traditions and adjacent to Brazil City Hall off Jackson Street.
Meanwhile, committee members learned its recently created Facebook page now has 59 fans and 50 active users.
In other business, the committee discussed the possibility of having a Rhodes Fish Fry in the future as a way to create more revenue. The committee's purpose is to raise enough money to qualify for grants that would help beautify downtown Brazil.
The committee meets regularly on the first Thursday of each month at the Brazil Public Library. Its next meeting is scheduled for 6 p.m., Sept. 2.
The following is a tentative schedule of entertainment acts for the second Brazil Main Street, Inc., StreetFest, scheduled for Sept. 17-18:
Friday, Sept. 17
6 p.m. -- P150
7-8 p.m. -- Currently Open
8-10 p.m. -- Almost Country
10 p.m.-midnight -- Country 90 Proof
Saturday, Sept. 18
7-8 p.m. -- Ida Mae Sheriff
8-10 p.m. -- Big Dead Bird
10 p.m.-midnight -- Dicky James and the Blue Flames