Festival Fever: Rhythm On the Ridge, 6/12/10

Rhythm On The RidgeThe Rhythm On the Ridge roots music festival is returning to the Maple Ski Ridge in Rotterdam on Saturday, June 12. The second annual fest will once again feature host band the Flood Road Boys, as well as a full day’s line-up of local and regional acoustic roots music on two stages.

THE RIDGE STAGE (outdoors)
12pm: The Flood Road Boys
1pm: Fairview Avenue
2pm: Ramblin Jug Stompers
3pm: The Stoddard Hollow String Band
4pm: The Siver Family Band
5pm: Sweet Cider
6pm: Happy Balky & the Good Livin’
7pm: The Red Haired Strangers

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12:15pm: Kevin Wayne
1:15pm: Three Quarter North
2:15pm: Larry Meyerhoff & Bailey Quinn
3:15pm: Mark Baptiste
4:15pm: Dan Johnson
5:15pm: 2Late
6:15pm: Tom Keller
7:15pm: The Bentwood Rockers

Also performing as “Fairway Troubadors” will be:
1pm: Catfish Don
2pm: Erin Powers & the Orphic Dream
3pm: Uncle Bootsy

In addition for all of you campers, the fest will spill over into Sunday, June 13 with a special “Pickin’ With Pancakes” session in the morning featuring the folk duo of Cavanaugh & Kavanaugh performing and hosting an open mic during the $5 all-you-can-eat breakfast.

Tickets are $12 or just $10 with canned goods donation for the Northeast Regional Food Bank. Children under 12 are free. Overnight camping is $15.

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The WGNA Countryfest @ Altamont Fairgrounds, Altamont, 7/10
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