The 4th annual Locavore Music Festival will take place once again at Cider Hill Farm, on July 30th with music starting at 2pm. Many of the bands taking the stage this year have new albums released in early 2016.
As mentioned, Muddy Ruckus will headline Locavore Music Festival this coming July. Winner of the 2016 New England Music Awards – Best in State of Maine, Muddy Ruckus’ latest album “Pretty Bones” will be released in June just before the Festival.
Returning to the stage this year is Trisha Mason from Ellsworth. Mason’s first performance at Locavore Festival was July 2014 and with her return, will be music from her latest album “RedSky”.
Max Garcia Conover joins the Festival for the first time, showcasing music from two full-length albums. Conover also releases weekly recordings through Patreon.
Also taking the stage on July 30th will be: the Marshall Marquis from Bath; Hours North from Wells; and, Tomorrow Morning from Thorndike.
Marshall Marquis and Hours North are both working on new albums and will showcase some as-of-yet unreleased material during the Festival.
Mark your calendars! Locavore Festival 2016 is the year of new releases!
On July 30th, 2016, the 4th annual Locavore Music Festival featuring local musicians, artisans and crafters, and food vendors, will take over Cider Hill Farm’s event grounds to celebrate all things local!
This year’s headliner is Muddy Ruckus, an Americana-rock duo from Portland, Maine! We’re very excited to have them on our stage as they promote their latest album release this summer.
We’re still finalizing the music schedule for 2016, so keep checking back. Planning is still in it’s early stages, and we’re taking applications for our arts and food vendors. Please contact us through tavern dot events at outlook dot com or find us on Facebook!
We are now accepting inquiries from all arts and craft vendors who wish to participate in the 2015 Locavore Festival. The Festival will showcase Maine made arts and crafts only. Please contact us through email: firstname.lastname@example.org or find us on Facebook!
“A Festival to Showcase Original Music from Maine Musicians”
Waldoboro, ME – On July 19th, down in the hollow at Cider Hill Farm with a newly built stage, a variety of Maine’s talented musicians will perform their original music. The upper festival grounds will become an outdoor art gallery, exhibiting sculptures from nearby artists and feature food stands from local businesses such as Harvest Moon Pizza and Home Sweet Homestead. Locally sourced products will include oysters from Pemaquid Oyster Co., wine from Savage Oakes Vineyard & Winery and beer from Gritty’s Brewery. Locavore Food, Music & Arts Festival wants to show off what mid-coast Maine has to offer; a diverse community!
This year’s festival headliner is Ghost of Paul Revere, recent “Best in Maine” recipient at the New England Music Awards. Also taking the stage are seven other Maine-based bands from all over the State. Music genres run the gamut from holler folk, rock, Americana and the blues.
The Festival’s mission is very simple: support our local talented community. The Festival organizers want to promote local music, and in doing so, only feature musicians wanting to promote their original compilations and albums. We strive to invite local artists, food purveyors and retailers to show their wares and help expand their customer base.
Early bird tickets are on sale now until June 21st for $10 per person. Full ticket prices are $14 per person for a full day pass; when accompanied by an adult, kids under age 14 are free. Tickets will also be available for cash purchase at the gate the day of the festival for $15. For more information and to purchase tickets, please visit our event listing at: www.facebook.com/LocavoreFestival or visit www.eventbrite.com using keywords “Locavore Festival”.
We look forward to sharing the day with you and your family!