ROANOKE, Va. (WFXR) — From inspiring blues music to a plethora of outdoor activities, GO Fest returns to Roanoke in October.

The three-day festival, Anthem GO Outside Festival, will take place around Elmwood Park while using parts of Franklin Road and Jefferson Street. People can enjoy a wide variety of events such as the Banff Mountain Film Festival, lumberjack, and BMX stunt shows, two beer gardens, outdoor exhibitors, and gear demos.

Organizers say there are also some new elements that people can enjoy at the festival that will focus on creating space in the outdoors. This year organizers are partnering with Humble Hustle Co. as a way to showcase Black outdoor enthusiasts as well as learn activities in outdoor cooking, birding, geology, and fishing activities.

People will also get a chance to hear American blues, funk, and soul artist Black Joe Lewis & the Honeybears during the three-day outdoor sports festival.

For more information about the activities, shows, and demos you can check out all the fun by heading to GO Fest’s website.