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Spring for Sound Music Festival

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The fifth anniversary of Spring for Sound promises to delight, rain-or-shine, all day on June 20 in the vibrant village of Millerton. Celebrate local talents with a mingling of the senses; sights, smells, tastes, sounds, and textures abound in Millerton. Over 50 music sets on multiple stages throughout the village keep you moving with the rhythm and flow of the day; local bars, restaurants, and partnered vendors will provide high-quality sustenance. Some of the artists playing this year include Stone Cold Fox, Take One Car, DJ Doctor, Buddha Da Great, The Kyles, Kennan Moving Company, and T Rextasy. All ages will be entertained by the interactive music and dance activities; kids under 12 admitted free.

Tickets for adults are available for purchase at http://springforsound.com/.

All ticket proceeds go to the North East Community Center of Millerton.

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