Caramoor International Music Festival Celebrates American Roots Music With All-Day Festival
On Saturday, June 30 Caramoor will be hosting the International American Roots Music Festival from 12:30 pm to 6 pm. The festival is a celebration including music such as bluegrass, string band, folk, gospel music, and country blues. Hot Tuna Acoustic will be the highlight of the night, starting at 7:30 pm, involving musicians such as Jorma Kaukonen, Jack Casady, and Barry Mitterhoff. The David Bromberg Quartet, led by guitarist David Bromberg will also be performing at the event.
Beginning at 12:30 pm guests can walk throughout the grounds of Caramoor listening to live music as well as taking part in a few activities designed for children. Families are encouraged to picnic while listening to Spuyten Duyvil, the local string band, the swinging rhythms of Eilen Jewell and her band, Red Molly’s folk, gospel and bluegrass-inspired three part harmonies, “steamboat soul” of Roosevelt Dime and banjo singer Old Man Luedecke. Guests can also purchase food on side or to order a picnic in advance, for pick-up at Caramoor call Great Performances.
As for the tickets, the daytime online ones are priced at $25. For the full festival tickets, including the evening shows, the prices are $35, $45, $55. Children under 16 are half price for both the daytime and full festival tickets. To order tickets call the Box Office at 914-232-1252 or visit www.caramoor.org. If your group consists of 16 or more people, they may purchase discounted tickets by contacting Matthew Scarella at 914-232-5035 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Mark your calendars and don’t miss this great event with the family!