One of the biggest weekends in Tuscaloosa is officially over. The Druid City Arts Festival brought plenty of smiles, great art, performers, food, and more to the Government Plaza.

Kids were able to get their faces painted, make tye-dye shirts, and performers graced the stage all weekend long. Hannaward Pass, Everyday People and Friends, Four Times Blue, Drum Nation, Matthew Wurtele, and Debbie Bond were among the performers for DCAF 2022.

According to their website, the purpose of the Druid City Arts Festival is to give attendees quality arts and music festival, while also educating, engaging, and inspiring both youth and adults about the arts and humanities within the Tuscaloosa community.

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The festival included dozens of local artists with items for sale in various categories such as photography, glass, clay, jewelry, sculpture, wood, and more.

If you missed the annual arts festival, check out the pictures below from this year's Druid City Arts Festival.

Druid City Arts Festival 2022

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