Harvest Celebration This Weekend w/ Grisman, Keller

HIGH TIMES NEAR SALMON RIVER RESERVOIR

Rusted Root
The 9th Annual Harvest Celebration in Upstate New York takes place September 24-27, 2009, and will be headlined this year by Rusted Root, David Grisman Quintet and Keller Williams. The event will feature performances by local and regional artists throughout four days of camping and music. This year's celebration returns to Cedar Pines Campground (1132 Comins Road, Redfield NY 13437). Cedar Pines is located near the Salmon River Reservoir, approximately one hour from Syracuse and Watertown.

Headlining the Pre-Party Thursday evening is Jam Stampede, featuring members of the Zen Tricksters, Gongzilla and Live Dead. On Friday, the Rockin Heads, a San Francisco-based band formed to pay tribute to The Talking Heads will be opening for Keller Williams. Headlining Saturday evening is five time Grammy nominated mandolin player David Grisman and the David Grisman Quintet, performing two sets, and Sunday will spotlight Pittsburgh, PA's long running Rusted Root.

Additional artists contributing to the 9th Annual Harvest Celebration, will be: The Trapps, Juggling Suns featuring members of Splintered Sunlight and Solar Circus, Roots of Creation, Hot Day at The Zoo, Jatoba, Humble Boy Club, Family Dawgs, Free Grass Union, Dakini, Rev Tor, Jeff Bujak, Flux Capacitor, SubSoil Walt B in The Dark, Maganahans Revival, Rubber Ducky Revenge, Soul Rising, Sons of Queen, Postive Mental Trip and many more over four days featuring 26+ bands, camping, vending, a graffitti wall and maze coordinated by Cappy Franti, live painting exhibition, straw-people sculptures and much more. Free camping with ticket, coolers welcome. Please, no glass, no dogs and no fireworks.


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