FRIDAYFri 4:30 PM - Frank FotuskyVeteran's Park Bandstand 50 Penobscot Ave. "Fotusky is one of the premier acoustic blues stylists in the nation. His inventive arrangements, splendid picking and soulful singing make for the complete blues package." - Ian Zack, Author 'Say No To The Devil'Fri 6:30 PM - Yellow Sun WreckersVeteran's Park Bandstand 50 Penobscot Ave. Yellow Sun Wreckers is an Amnericana roots music band, serving up a unique, smoking-hot sonic gumbo of classic and contemporary bluegrass and country, modern folk, rock and blues, seasoned with ragtime, rhythm, and soul.
SATURDAYSat 10:00 AM - Jeff HammVeteran's Park Bandstand 50 Penobscot Ave. Bluegrass, country, and gospel music as the parade heads down Penobscot Ave!Sat 11:00 AM - WoodstoneVeteran's Park Bandstand 50 Penobscot Ave. Woodstone's John Robinson and Don Levesque will entertain you with their unique and diverse vocal harmonies, instrumentals, and creativity. Their style is a mix of traditional folk to compelling modern arrangements with depth and energy.Sat 1:30 PM - Don Campbell BandVeteran's Park Bandstand 50 Penobscot Ave. Contemporary/Country crossover and American rock ensemble whose uniquely clear and well-delivered presentation of music supports the story in the song.Sat 3:00 PM - Wally Paul & CompanyVeteran's Park Bandstand 50 Penobscot Ave. A local favorite! Come hear catchy tunes from now and then!Sat 4:00 PM - Chris Ross and The NorthVeteran's Park Bandstand 50 Penobscot Ave. A Hancock County Maine native, Chris Ross has been writing and performing his songs for the better part of a decade. He mixes smokey folk with a rambling and witty poetry, which earned him the "Songwriter of the Year" award at the 2014 New England Music Awards. His music is simple yet rich, catchy yet worn at the edges. His new band, Chris Ross and the North, has taken the songs to another level. Their brand new album, "Young Once" has been met with critical acclaim, featuring the songs "Annabelle", "The Long Way" and "When The Dark Allows"Sat 5:30 PM - Dennis "The One Man Band" McGuireVeteran's Park 50 Penobscot Ave. Nostalgic Americana standards from Tennessee Ernie Ford to Hank Williams.
SUNDAYSun 9:30 AM - Rattle The Windows & The Strum DingersCrandall Park 55 Congress St. Ready for a real treat? Come see these cloggers and a whole band of ukuleles!Sun 10:30 AM - Hawk HenriesCrandall Park 55 Congress St. Native flute maker, player, and composer Hawk Henries will play a variety of different flutes. Hawk Henries is a member of the Chaubunagungamaug band of Nipmuck, a people indigenous to what is now Southern New England. He has been composing original music and making Eastern Woodland flutes using only hand tools and fire for over twenty years.Sun 11:30 AM - Trish KingCrandall Park 55 Congress St. "Straight from the heart music with an eclectic flair." Local musician singer/songwriter Trish King plays a mix of alternative folk, rock, blues, and country.