Bearsville Mini People Pageant at Bearsville Park

On the heels of the Bearsville Bluegrass Pageant in Might, the Bearsville People Pageant debuts Sunday, July 2, with three folks bands taking part in rockabilly, cowboy tunes, and foot-stomping music on the Bearsville Heart’s sylvan spot, Bearsville Park.

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Doorways open at midday, and music begins at 1pm with Lara Hope and the Gold Hope Duo—Ameripolitan Award-winning artist Lara Hope groups up together with her husband, Matt “The Knife” Goldpaugh for rockabilly, rhythm & blues, nation, folks, and a pinch of humor.


At 2:35pm, Jenna Nicolls and John Ladeau take the stage with their lush, nostalgic cowboy tunes, soul, and authentic ballads. Nicholls has carried out worldwide, together with on the Beacon Theater in New York Metropolis and at Carnegie Corridor; Ladeau’s
current album, Time Capsules, has been positively reviewed all through the worlds of Americana and folks.

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Hey Bub entertains from 4:10-5:30pm. The musical duo of Lily Bergstein and Christian Joao brings their love of “old-time” music to audiences throughout the Hudson Valley, linking multi-generational communities who love their foot-stomping, joyful music.

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Along with the music, the competition consists of artisan barbeque and handcrafted drinks and cocktails. So stretch out on an out of doors couch on the park whereas having fun with the tunes, participate in garden video games, or take a stroll down a music and nature path.

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Bearsville Theater encourages, promotes, and develops the Valley’s custom of singer-songwriters and small acoustic bands in partnership with Folkadelic Inc., a brand new group music retailer opening in July alongside Cafe Espresso at 59 Tinker Road in Woodstock. Proprietor Kenneth Chico will provide private customer support, carrying acoustic devices together with guitars, mandolins, banjos, and ukuleles together with offering equipment, repairs, and common recommendation.

The Bearsville People Pageant will happen Sunday, July 2, at Bearsville Park from 1-6pm.

Tickets are $10 for adults, $5 for youngsters 16 and underneath, and $25 for households of two adults and two kids. Purchase tickets right here.