Organizers of the revival of the Emmett Kelly Clown Festival in Houston are seeking the public’s help with a need.
A flat-bed trailer is required for performances on Saturday, April 30, in downtown Houston. The HHS Jazz Band and other performers will use it as a stage.
If someone can help, email firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
The festival honors the world-famous clown who was raised on a farm east of Houston and held his first performance at the Old Settlers Reunion in Houston. His career brought him to TV, stage and film, as well as a run with Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey. He passed away in 1979. A local park is named in his honor.
This year is the relaunch of the festival that was last held in 2008.
Emmett Kelly Clown Festival activities highlighted; sponsors needed
A committee working on the revival of the Emmett Clown Festival in Houston is seeking sponsors as it plans a multitude of activities from Thursday, April 28 – Saturday, April 30.