Plymouth Folk & Blues Festival
The Okemo Valley takes center stage for the ninth annual Plymouth Folk and Blues Concert at the President Calvin Coolidge State Historic Site in spectacular Plymouth Notch, Vermont. Musicians from across the country and throughout Vermont team up for a festival of folk and blues music performed in the pure country air of beautiful Plymouth Notch, the historic birthplace of the 30th U.S. President. Children’s face painting on both days, wagon rides on Saturday! Free admission; donations suggested. Rain or Shine!
Selected as a “Top 10 Fall Event” by the Vermont Chamber of Commerce!
August 31st & September 1st, 2013, the dusty rhythms of alt-country blues meets the plucking of banjos and the trilling of mandolins as renowned musicians from Nashville to Northern New England grace the stages of what the Vermont Chamber of Commerce has selected as a “Top 10 Fall Event!”August 31, 2013 2p – 3p: Lizanne Knott 3p – 4p: Craig Bickardt 4p – 5p: Danielle Miraglia Night Stage 8pm – 11pm Jam session/open mic with Jay Ottaway: Frank’s Tavern, Ludlow September 1, 2013 2p – 3p: Chelsea Berry 3p – 4p: John Gillette & Sarah Mittlefehldt 4p – 5p: Jarrod Dickenson
This outstanding two-day festival of folk and blues music kicks off with a rising star of the Americana music scene and then rolls through a remarkable ensemble of roots music troubadours bringing their ballads, melodies and rousing sing-a-longs to the rolling green hills of Plymouth Notch. This festival is wonderful way for both visitors and Vermonters to see these performers in a truly remarkable setting.