Friday, October 10, 2014

Glastonbury Apple Harvest Festival

We're thrilled to be back at the Glastonbury Apple Harvest Festival this year. We played last year (a Sunday morning set) but this year, the festival has undergone a musical overhaul, led by local music impresario Chip McCabe. From a recent article in the Hartford Courant:
Bonsai Trees is a band comprised of Glastonbury and South Windsor High Schools, while the Guinea Pigs – a group which happened to play the festival last year—has a drummer who owns Cycling Concepts (sic - Steve, actually owns Bicycles East) in Glastonbury. Johnny Mainstream is a band from Manchester.
The bands will play at three stages, including the Vendor Village stage, the Welcome stage near the main entrance, and at the Harvest Pub (in the festival's beer garden). Each band will play a 30-minute set.
We're excited to be bringing an "all-originals" set to the festival, and thrilled to share the weekend with an amazing group of local bands:  

Friday, October 17 - 6-10pm (music from 6:00 - 9:30 pm)
Bonsai Trees / Hanging Hills / Julia Autumn Ford / KLOKWIZE / Pushing Static / Tracy Walton

Saturday, October 18 - 10 am - 10pm (music from 10 am - 8:30 pm)
1974 / Balkun Brothers / Branchwater / Brandt Taylor Band / Elle Sera / Eurisko / Forgotten by Friday / The Guinea Pigs / The Honeycreepers / James and the Untold Riches / J-Cherry and The Strawberries / Joey Batts & Them / Johnny Mainstream / Little Ugly / Oh, Cassius / Ponybird / Sarah Barrios Music / Sarah LeMieux / The Screw-ups / Seth Adam / Wise Old Moon

Sunday, October 19 - 10 am - 5 pm (music from 10 am - 4:00 pm)
Canyon / The Dress-Ups / Heather Fay Music / I anbassa / Kerri Powers / Meredith Rose / The Meadows Brothers / Mission 0 / Run Jenny / Rusty Things / Them Damn Hamiltons / Tuesday Saints

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