Saturday, October 21, 2017 at 3:55pmThe Girls from Ruby Falls
at the Farmington Valley Acoustic FestivalWinding Trails
, 50 Winding Trails Drive, Farmington, CT 06032
Tickets are $15; $8 for children ages 3 to 15 at the gate. Advance tickets are $10, $5 for children ages 3 to 15.
Andy Chatfield will be subbing for Brendan LeMieux on drums and percussion for a 45 minute set with The Girls from Ruby Falls at the Farmington Valley Acoustic Festival on the Amphitheater Stage at Winding Trails, 380 acres of spectacular woods and waterways.
The Girls from Ruby Falls features lead vocalists and guitarists Sarah LeMieux
(The Castlefield Trio
) and Heather Fay
, Alexander Svensen on double bass, Gretchen Frazier on fiddle, and Glenn Stevens on mandolin. The Girls from Ruby Falls won the “Best New Band” and “Best Country/Americana” categories in the 2016 Connecticut Music Awards. Heather Fay won the “Best Singer/Songwriter” category in 2016, and the “Best Folk” category in 2015.
Gates open at 10am, with music on two stages from 11am until 7pm, plus food and drinks from Wood N Tap, Old Burnside Brewery, Firefly Hollow Brewery, Shebeen Brewery, and more. Sponsored by Highland Park Market, Wood N Tap Bar & Grill, Loan Depot, Telefunken, and Blue Crane Music. Rain or shine.
Other artists performing include Glenn Roth, Bill Benson, Jeff Blaney, Hannah´s Field, Plywood Cowboy, Auburn Mode, Sweetest Key, The Bombay Oysters, Robert Fullerton, Dana Merritt, Seth Adams, Meredith Rose, Kate Callahan, David Donaldson and Mark Shulman,
and the Bristol Old Time Fiddlers. There will also be a judged open mic at Garmany Hall, and workshops in the lodge.