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American Roots Music Festival - Saturday, June 22

American Roots Music Festival - Saturday June 22
MULTIPLE LOCATIONS, VENETIAN THEATER / AMERICAN ROOTS, KIDS & FAMILIES

The Milk Carton Kids  Amythyst Kiah  and more!

Saturday, June 22 All Day

2019 American Roots Music Festival
Caramoor Center for Music and the Arts
Katonah, NY

Acclaimed duo The Milk Carton Kids bring heartfelt melodies and a full band to Caramoor’s 9th annual American Roots Music Festival. Tennessee-based Amythyst Kiah kicks off the evening with her raw, old-time sound steeped in African-American roots traditions. Come for the day to enjoy an array of folk, country, bluegrass, blues, and folk fusion with Deva Mahal, Bumper Jacksons, Rainbow Girls, and many more artists throughout the grounds. It’s summer at its best with great food, friends, and foot-tapping fun.

Daytime Artists / beginning at noon:
Deva Mahal
Bumper Jacksons
Rainbow Girls
Youth In A Roman Field
Oliver the Crow
Damn Tall Buildings
Porch Stomp Revue
Our Band
Bethlehem and Sad Patrick
Square Dance! With Porch Stomp Revue

Evening Artists / 7:30pm:
The Milk Carton Kids
Amythyst Kiah

Full Festival: Adult $40 – $92, Child $20 – $92
Day Only: Adult $30, Child $15

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Happy Birthday Tribes Hill!

Happy Birthday Tribes Hill
It all began 20 years ago, July 4th 1999, at the Hammond House with "A social gathering of musicians, artists, visionaries, and other wandering souls..."

Many thanks to fellow visionaries Joziah and Tink.

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Monthly First Monday Gatherings  Have Been Discontinued; Impromptu Tribes Hill Gatherings Encouraged

Monthly First Monday Gatherings nbspHave Been Discontinued Impromptu Tribes Hill Gatherings Encouraged
Hosts Needed

We held monthly gatherings that included a song circle on the first Monday of every month. Sometimes we would change the date to accommodate holidays. They began at 6:30 with dinner prep and music. We served our traditional pasta and salad dinner with potluck additions at 7 pm. After dinner music would continue until about 10:30 with our collaborative song circle that included music makers and music lovers from the Tribes Hill community and newly invited guests. We had respectfully fit into the space offered us with about 20 - 25 people and plenty of acoustic music and song to share.

Although the traditional first Monday gatherings have been suspended the opportunity to host an impromptu gathering of the hosts design, any day of the week, is encouraged.

Want to host a gathering?

email Rick Rock at fmrock@live.com or phone him at (914) 564-9212


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