The biggest band we've ever had, we'll play with 3 horns and percussion to headline the apple Harvest Festival on Sunday Oct 1st from 5-6pm. This will be a high energy danceable set of our best music. Lot's to at this family friendly free festival!

And what better way to kick off New York Cider Week than with three days celebrating apple growers, cider makers, and of course cider donuts in Downtown Ithaca, New York. Festival Times: Friday, Sept. 29th 12-6pm & Saturday-Sunday, Sept. 30th-Oct. 1st 10am-6pm.

Apple Harvest Festival will host plenty of farmstand fresh apples and produce, delectable apple and seasonal baked goods, a variety of food trucks offering tasty bites, and a craft fair with artisans from around the region. There will also be live music and entertainment, plus plenty of great apple and apples-inspired products for sale inside shops in and around Downtown

NY Harvest Fest is a Northeast Classic featuring multiple stages, diverse musical lineup, huge shakedown street vendor village, fine art gallery, public and celebrity cannabis cup, edible cup, workshops, activist & educational speakers, kids / family area, drum circle, farmers market, onsite camping, great people, good vibes and SO much more... Harvest Fest is a celebration of our cannabis culture. A place where the culture could always feel free, despite prohibition. Now that cannabis is legal and its potential is being realized, we are excited to bring this event, this culture, back into the light. The Trumansburg Fairgrounds, home of the world-famous Grassroots Festival, is a perfect place (among the gorges of the finger lakes) to host this northeast staple festival.

Our last local big band show of the season! We'll be sharing the stage with The Action a high energy innovative rock & roll band from Syracuse, NY. Their music is influenced by a wide range of genres including rock, pop, punk, jazz, reggae, and ska. I love this band and I know you will too. They've been together since 1998! Check them out:

Show are a bit more rare these days as we try to stay safe and protect one another from the pandemic.