A nice day all around
A generous crowd enjoyed the sunshine and music Saturday afternoon.
Mary Gauthier on the Main Stage Saturday
Let the wild asparagus shake your bones
David Cantieni plays pennywhistle and a bunch of other wind instruments for the band Wild Asparagus as they stir the dancers in the dance tent.
The band called Poor Old Shine held forth in the Saturday afternoon Most Wanted Song Swap, sharing the main Stage with the YaYas and Gathering Time.
Red Molly plays for the kids
The group called Red Molly played on the Family Stage Saturday afternoon.
Bubbles in the festival sky
Kayleigh Scecina and Gloria Grattan made giant bubbles in the sky outside the children's tent.
Posted: Sunday, August 4, 2013 12:30 am
Updated: 1:16 am, Tue Aug 6, 2013.
Posted on Aug 4, 2013
HILLSDALE — It was a perfect day for a concert Saturday on Dodd’s Farm, just off of Route 22, where the 25th Annual Falcon Ridge Folk Festival was in full swing.
The three-day festival has long been a destination for roots music, drawing thousands to camp out on the grounds, enjoy four stages of music and browse among dozens of food and craft vendors.
Sunday, August 4, 2013 12:30 am.
Updated: 1:16 am.