Get Set for the 2017 Plymouth Folk and Blues Festival!

August 11th, 2017 by Corey A. Edwards

Plymouth Folk and Blues Festival 2017The lively, two-day, Plymouth Folk and Blues Festival returns to Plymouth Notch and the President Calvin Coolidge State Historic Site this Labor Day Weekend – September 2nd and 3rd, 2017.

The Plymouth Folk and Blues Festival is one of the top ten fall events here in the Woodstock area. The festival, which celebrates its 13th year in 2017, has become a local Labor Day Weekend tradition.

Plymouth’s annual folk and blues festival always attracts some of the best regional and even national talent. This year’s festival line-up includes Hungrytown, Dupont Brothers, Bow Thayer, Eric French, Alastair Moock, Danielle Miraglia, and Jay Ottaway. People come from all around every year to enjoy live roots music in the pure country air of historic Plymouth Notch. You should, too!

2017 Plymouth Folk and Blues Festival Line-Up
Saturday, September 2nd – 2pm to 5pm
2pm to 3pm – Hungrytown
3pm to 4pm – Alastair Moock
4pm to 5pm – Dupont Brothers

8pm – Saturday Night Jam Session Hosted by Jay Ottaway at Plymouth’s Five Corners Pub & Brewhouse.

Sunday, September 3rd – 2pm to 5pm
2pm to 3pm – Eric French
3pm to 4pm – Danielle Miraglia
4pm to 5pm – Bow Thayer

Wanting to attend the event but have some little ones you can’t shake? Bring them along! The festival offers a variety of children’s entertainment to keep them busy and let you enjoy the music. Wagon rides, face painting, arts n’ crafts, and more will keep those little fingers out of mom and dad’s hair for the show. Everyone wins!

The Plymouth Folk and Blues Festival is a free event held rain or shine at the historic 1840 Union Christian Church in Plymouth Notch. The festival also gives you the opportunity to explore some of Plymouth Notch, if you haven’t before.

Plymouth Notch, Vermont is the birthplace and boyhood home of the 30th President of the United States, Calvin Coolidge. The homes of Calvin Coolidge’s family, neighbors, and much of the town remain virtually unchanged since the early 20th century. Plymouth Notch, a National Historic Landmark listed on the National Register of Historic Places, is always worth a visit.

Plymouth Folk and Blues Festival 2017

Labor Day Weekend – September 2nd and 3rd, 2pm to 5pm
President Calvin Coolidge State Historic Site
3780 Route 100A, Plymouth, VT 05056
Visit www.plymouthfolk.com for directions and more details. You can also follow the festival’s Facebook page for up-to-the-minute updates.

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