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Old 78 Farm Fall Festival
Old 78 Farm(www.old78farm.com)
Warwick, MA
by Eric Sutter
     The fifth installment of the Old 78 Farm Fall Festival will take place on Saturday, Sept. 20 at 823 Orange Rd., Warwick, MA. Born on Oct. 9, 2010, the festival has grown to two stages of live music. Many styles of music will be represented as well as the family friendliness of pony rides, crafters, barbecue, balloon creations, face painting and comedy. Gates open at 11 a.m.with music from noon to 11 p.m. Admission is $10.00 with kids 12 and under free. Tickets can be purchased online through Paypal or at the Orange Innovation Center, Orange, MA. Parking is free. This grassroots event inspires communities to think globally and act locally. The focus is on recycled and reused materials, and local businesses and farming.
     Among the music will be the festival favorite and anchor group in the Boston based Adam Ezra with their "The Devil Came Up To Boston" theme. Two Boston tribute groups will perform as well. Deadbeat will bring it's Grateful Dead tribute and the AfterFab group's illumination of solo Beatles music in their post Beatles tribute will entertain all. Newcomer Boston singer/songwriter Ashley Jordon will soothe the masses with her smooth, sweet and sultry singing style in her country/folk way. Expect fun from Boston's dance band Lovewhip with "Let Go." Roots music will be alive and well from the N.Y.C. country-fried rock of Jack Grace. Local Western, MA favorite blues-rocker Wildcat O'Halloran will perform his "Party Up In Heaven" with hot guitar driven blues.
     An amazing escape artist in Jason Escape will mesmerize the audience with magic and comedy. Pixie Belle the Clown will humor everyone with her fun loving escapades. Check out this local festival with fresh local produce for the kickoff to the Autumn season.

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Address: 823 Orange Rd., Warwick, MA

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