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(Chelsea Update would like to thank Bridget Favre for the information in this story.)

Chelsea Area Festivals and Events is pleased to announce The Kielbasa Kings Polka Band will be returning to the 41st annual Sounds and Sights Festival.

Presented by Golling Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram of Chelsea, the weekend event features national and regional live music acts, local food and brew, an open-air art market, classic car show, chalk art contest, and multiple activities for all ages. 

On Saturday, July 29, the Social Tent will feature The Kielbasa Kings from 1:30-4:30 p.m. The Dearborn-based polka band performs contemporary and traditional polkas, waltzes and obereks, instrumentally and sung in Polish and English.

Located in the parking lot behind The Common Grill restaurant, the social tent has free admission from 1-5 p.m. Beer and wine will be for sale to those aged 21 and over with valid identification.

A food court, featuring Vi’s Polish Cuisine, is adjacent to the social tent’s entrance on West Middle Street.  In addition to Polish food, the food court offers a variety of food from Hot Papi’s Empanadas, Cold Steel Grill, Amie Jo’s Elephant Ears, Kiwanis Truck, Smokehouse 52 BBQ, Thompson’s Pizza, Catered Coffee and The Common Grill.

The social tent will briefly close at 5 p.m. and reopen at 6 p.m. with a $5 cover to the festival’s ‘Dance Party’ featuring Root Doctor followed by the return of the dance crowd favorite, FiftyAmpFuse.

For a complete line up of music events, the chalk art contest, and the art market, visit www.chelseafestivals.com.

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