The kids are back in school, the weather is turning cool, and the leaves are getting ready to fall. What better time to celebrate with local food, local drink, and local music—including Wyoming favorites The Bundys.

Fire Up The Pike Food and Music Festival will host Saturday, September 21 as they return to their hometown for the first time since their appearance on NBC’s The Voice. “There’s something about playing Wyoming that is really special,” noted Katey Bundy. “It will be great to show everyone what we have been up to the last few years.” Megan and Ryan Bundy now live in , while Katey lives in Chicago with her husband, Scott Breckheimer.  But the siblings grew up in Wyoming in homes on East Mills Avenue and Fleming Road.  They all graduated from and later from Miami University.

Other Cincinnati bands will perform as well: Highly Likely presents eclectic acoustic jams, and Souse brings their jazz funk fusion sound.

You can enjoy delicious local treats while you listen as well. Sample foods from a wide variety of vendors: Tela Bar + Kitchen, , , Pop a Dog, ’, Madisono’s Gelato, Streetpops, and beer from MadTree Brewing plus keg wines from Vanguard Wines. Grab a flower crown from Daisy Jane’s Flower Truck, get your hair braided by Celia Grace, and don a live screen printed tee from SRO Prints. In all your new finery, take a photo at the interactive selfie photo lounge from Queen City Vignette. This will be a night to remember.

“We’re excited about spending time with our parents and extended family,” said Ryan Bundy. Bring your friends and family and make a night of it.

Fire Up The Pike runs from 4 – 10 pm Saturday, September 21. It takes place in the park property and parking lot behind , 1212 . You can follow the event on Facebook for more information.

The event is made possible by Gold Sponsors The , Ted Marty and Associates, U-Studio, Spring Valley Bank, Nathan Enger – State Farm Agent, and Air-Plus Heating and Cooling, Inc., as well as Silver Sponsors Humbert Mortgage, , Internists of Wyoming, and Double Forte’.