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Granite State Music Festival

Fans Going (1)

6/22/2013, 6/23/2013

Official Website


Kiwanis Riverfront Park

Phone: 603-228-2784
15 Loudon Road
Concord, NH 03301
Map & Directions


Music, food and artisans converge on the Merrimack River Waterfront in Concord, for this 2nd annual celebration of the diversity and talent of the NH music scene. Excellent NH bands and musicians plus touring headliners will fill the stage for two days of outdoor festival fun. Bring your chairs, blankets, hula hoops, and sunscreen, and soak in some summer and music at the Kiwanis Waterfront Park, behind Everett Arena, in Concord, the state capital. The park is grassy with shade trees, perfect for a warm summer day. Headliners The Ryan Montbleau Band will be joined by The Adam Ezra Group, NH music scene veterans Truffle, and 21 other NH and regionally based-bands including Mica's Groove Train, The Dusty Gray Band, Midnight Snack, Richard James & The Name Changers, The Dejas, The Jim Dozet Group, Katie Rose, the Fearless Ones, Boogie On Alice, Flabberghaster, fiveighthirteen, The Kate Redgate Band, The Lynne Taylor Band, Brian Booth, The Dan Walker Trio, The Crunchy Western Boys, Tan Vampires, Lowman, Dr. Sax, High Range, and the Amorphous Band. $30 Early Bird Weekend Passes available until 5/1/13. $35 Summer Pre-sale passes available for a limited time, post Early Bird. $40 regular adult weekend passes will be available pre-event and at the door until sold out. Day Passes: Available now until the event. $20 Saturday/$25 Sunday. Kids 10-17 are $20 (weekend pass or day pass) Kids under 10 are free. Granite State music Festival Inc. is a 501(c)3 organization dedicated to supporting music education in NH, and performance opportunities for NH musicians. Visit the festival website for more information: granitestatemusicfestival.org **Festival site is technically wheelchair accessible. Those using wheelchairs may wish to know that the venue is a flat, grassy park. May need to ascend a curb to enter festival area, but there are no stairs.**