The Environmental Learning Centers of Connecticut, Inc. (ELCCT) is hosting its 2nd annual music festival entitled Music on the Farm.
The event will take place on July 29, 1:00-6:00pm on the Preserve located at 501 Wolcott Road, Bristol, CT. Music on the Farm will feature live musical acts, food, beverages and more. The setting for the event will be on the teaching farm of the 280-acre preserve.
Indian Rock Nature Preserve, established in 1977, has educated hundreds of thousands of children and adults about nature and the environmental since its inception. “Music and nature
go hand-in-hand, so an annual music event at the farm, where so many children participate in programs, seemed appropriate”, said Scott Heth, Executive Director of ELCCT.
The event will feature three main musical acts: Wanda Houston & HBH (back by popular demand) performing jazz and blues, Eight to the Bar performing swing and boogie, and Latanya
Farrell performing Motown music. Beer, provided by Firefly Hollow Brewing in Bristol, wine, and food items will be available for purchase.
Tickets can be purchased online at http://www.elcct.org. Advance tickets are $25 for lawn seats and $35 for tent seats. After July 27th and at the door, tickets will be $30 for lawn seats and $40 for
For more information on event sponsorships and advertising opportunities, or for general information, please call (860) 583-1234 or visit http://www.elcct.org.
This event is rain or shine. No outside food, beverages or coolers will be allowed.
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