The Shenandoah Apple Blossom office has announced that the Chevrolet Old Town Midway scheduled for 10 a.m. to 11 p.m. May 3 and 4 will take place on Piccadilly Street between Braddock and Cameron streets in Winchester.
Construction along the Loudoun Street Pedestrian Mall has caused the event to move from its traditional location.
The United Bank Bloomin' Wine Fest that takes place this weekend will inhabit the parking lots of Rouss City Hall and the old Frederick County Courthouse. The Wine Fest will continue today from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.
The intersection of Piccadilly and Braddock streets -- at the Big Apple -- will be the only point where the Midway actually touches the parade route. It will also utilize Fairfax Lane from Indian Alley east toward Cameron Street and will include Indian Alley and North Loudoun Street between Piccadilly Street and Fairfax Lane. It also will include the parking lots at the Bank of Clarke County, the Wells-Fargo Bank and the Winchester Group.
The Old Town Midway is one of the festival's most popular places to be, according to a festival office press release. It is adjacent to the parade lineup area on the east side, to the parade route itself on the west side and to the many bars, restaurants, museums and shops along the walking mall to the South. There is no admission charge.