The Evansville Donut Festival will make return to Downtown Evansville for it's 2nd year on Saturday, May 11th and this time, it will raise money for the Stop Light City Playground on Evansville's west side. Taking place at the Old National Events Plaza, you can expect to find the best donuts in the city from local bakeries, restaurants and, of course, donut shops. You'll also be able to taste the finest coffees Evansville has to offer. Your admission to the Annual Evansville Donut Festival will include a commemorative mug, unlimited sampling of donuts and coffee. There will free parking, live entertainment, a "Barista Art Throw-Down,"  and a Bloody Mary bar. This is a family friendly event with plenty to do for children as well, including: face painting, games, art, and "Donut" themed activities, as well as a build your own cupcakes station and a Junior SWAT Challenge hosted by the Evansville Police Department.

The Evansville Donut Festival will take place on May 11th at the Old National Events Events Plaza at 715 Locust Street. The event will be held in two sessions with one taking place 9am - 11am and the other at 11am - 1pm. Tickets are still available via EvansvilleEvents.com and are $20 for adults, $10 for children 4-15 years old, kids 3 & under are free. If you fancy yourself a pro-eater, you can take part in the Krispy Kreme Donut Eating Contest for $4.95. For more information visit the Evansville Donut Festival on Facebook.