31st Harvest Fest features local music

The main entertainment stage at Harvest Fest will be hosting lots of local music this year. A full schedule of events is included in today’s edition.

Friday, Oct. 18

Seniors’ (65+) tickets half off all day

n 2 p.m. — Charles Crosman (jazz guitar)

n 5 p.m. — Tony Smiley (Loop Ninja)

Saturday, Oct. 19

n 11:30 a.m. — Blues from Brian Litt and Bob Green

n 1 p.m. — Willy & Nelson (country, pop)

n 3 p.m. — GreenNeck Daredevils (American roots bluegrass)

n 5 p.m. — Alonzo Garbanzo (rock, folk, pop)

Sunday, Oct. 20

n 10 a.m. — Matthews Family Band (church service)

n Noon — Take Two with Ted Horiwitz

n 2 p.m. — Ellen Barbour Belly Dancers

n 2:30 p.m. — The Sugar Daddies (swing, blues)

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