Monday, July 27, 2015

The 27th Falcon Ridge Folk Festival

Posted By on Mon, Jul 27, 2015 at 4:00 AM

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The 27th Falcon Ridge Folk Festival takes flight on July 31 and continues until August 2. The festival is held at the picturesque Dodds Farm in Hillsdale. Concerts, workshops, children’s activities, and dancing on a 7,000 square foot floor will all be a part of the three-day festival . The fest boasts concerts from artists such as Grammy-winning songstress Judy Colllins, the Slambovian Circus of Dreams, the Duhks, and June Rich. For a complete list of performers, click here.

Fourteen food vendors will be on-site serving up Thai cuisine, crepes, and plenty of vegetarian and vegan options. Over 50 craft vendors will also be set up around the grounds selling everything from juices to jewelry. Much of what is on sale will be hand-crafted and eco-friendly.

The fest starts at noon Friday July 31 with its critically acclaimed Emerging Artist Showcase. For tickets and more information, go to Falconridgefolk.com or call (860) 364-0366.

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