September 13-14, 2019
A Farm to Square, Roots Music Experience
All New In Our 24th Year
Celebrate the Harvest Season on the Historic Woodstock Square. Restaurants and Bars Will Feature Food and Drink Pairings from Local Farmers. Shop for Locally-Made Crafts. Experience Americana Music Indoors and Out. It’s a Farm to Square, Roots Music Experience.
Suggested $10 Donation to Benefit Off Square Music for Music on the Square
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 13
DEVIL IN A WOODPILE
STAGE LEFT CAFE | 7:30PM
Local Farmer Food and Drink Pairings around the Square
Devil In A Woodpile hails from the unplugged DIY scene in Chicago where they were a mainstay at the Hideout. They play blues, country, ragtime, hot jazz, Hillbilly. It's all the same to them. It's all taken from the same deep, muddy well called American Roots Music.
Devil In A Woodpile is the perfect way to kick off Harvest Fest and we are glad to have them on the Square at Stage Left Cafe.
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 14 AFTERNOON
The State’s Finest Farmer’s Market • Local Farmer Food
and Drink Pairings • Crafts and Cooking Demonstrations
• Author Readings • Blacksmith Demonstration • Tractors
LIVE MUSIC ON THE SQUARE
Miles Over Mountains at 1:30pm
Sam Byerly at 2:30pm
Laura Cortese and the Dance Cards at 3pm
Courtney Sullivan at 4:00pm
Henhouse Prowlers at 4:30pm
Enjoy the Charming Woodstock Square on Saturday afternoon with music, food, crafts and demonstrations that celebrate the harvest
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 14 EVENING
John McEuen and the String Wizards
Woodstock Opera House | 8 PM
A founding member of the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band in 1966, John McEuen has earned Emmy nominations, Grammy Awards, CMA acclaim, The Western Heritage Award, and many other accolades. John’s love of performing is evident when during his shows he takes us ‘behind the curtain’ of the music world that so many of us know of only as listeners, and shows us how we have all been a part of it, more than we may know.
John brings with him over 45 years of performing worldwide with his banjo, fiddle, guitar, and mandolin. Often referred to as the “String Wizard”, he weaves stories of his travels and family life, taking us through where his musical path has taken him.