All concerts are free with admission. The Fall Fest Concerts are held at 1pm and 3pm in the Winter Garden (Theater in case of rain). Tickets required if the concerts are moved to the theater. Tickets are available on a first-come, first-served basis at the information desk starting at 11am on the day of the concert. Ticket holders must be present 20 minutes prior to start of concert to hold your seat.
Saturday, September 24
Stefilia’s Stone creates a dynamic display of original music with a splash of indie, adult contemporary and folk-pop.
Lester Rawson Band
Sunday, September 25 The Lester Rawson Band plays an altogether pleasing mix of blues, R&B, classic rock and country—not note-for-note covers, but unique treatments of sturdy standards and a few great tunes that are sure to surprise and satisfy.
Saturday, October 1 The Hip Swayers are a good time, get up and dance band. Their music combines tight rhythms, searing solos and soulful harmonies in an eclectic mix of catchy originals, old time country, and twangy, reverb-soaked surf that keeps your toes tapping and your hips swaying.
Sunday, October 2 The Page Turners share an affinity for original songwriting and playing old-time/bluegrass music.
Saturday, October 8 Armed with fresh writing, high-octane virtuosity, and endless energy, Twisted Pine challenges its bluegrass roots by effortlessly intertwining innovation with tradition.
Eastern Mountain String Band
Sunday, October 9 The Eastern Mountain String Band is a quartet of bluegrass pickers, who draw on jazz, folk, and rock music to create a distinctive and fresh bluegrass sound.
The Great Molasses Flood
Monday, October 10 Folk/Rock with beautiful three-part harmonies. Original songs as well as unique covers that resonate with listeners.