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April 19, 2013

Riverside Music Festival starts tonight

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CAMBRIDGE SPRINGS — A former Tribune staff reporter, Smith is a freelance writer and photographer focusing on arts and culture throughout the region. He can be reached at ryanmsmith13@gmail.com.

YOU CAN GO

The third annual Riverside Music Festival is today through Sunday at The Riverside Inn and Dinner Theatre, 1 Fountain Ave., Cambridge Springs. The free event includes more than 40 bands and musicians on three stages. The festival includes an interactive Music Mall, multiple workshops, demonstrations, music/art vendors, and local craft beers will be featured.

SCHEDULE OF EVENTS

Today

Main stage


Sean Patrick and the New-grass Revolution — 7:30 p.m.

Tiger Maple String Band — 8:30

Bernie Worrell Orchestra — 10

Pub stage

Jon Halmi — 4:30 p.m.

Seann P. Clark — 5:30

Brian McCoy — 6:30

Fred Oakman — 7:30

Rorie Kelly — 8:30

Amanda Noah — 9:30

Douglas The Iron Lung — 10:30

Broke Boland & the Dirty Pickles — 11:30

Music Mall stage

Spoon to Soon — 9 p.m.

Saturday

Main stage


Salmon Frank — noon

The Heliotropes — 1 p.m.

Scarlet Ledbetter — 2

Birdsong — 3

The LEC — 4

Special Guest — 5

Adam Ezra Group — 6:30

Blue Sky Mission Club — 8

Hypnotic Clambake — 9:30

Pub stage

Dan Vogan — 11:30 a.m.

Frank Marzano — 12:30 p.m.

Heather DeVore — 1:30

Matt Texter — 2:30

Tony Kellogg — 3:30

East Clintwood — 4:30

Justin Moyar — 5:30

BJ O’Malley — 6:30

Chris Bell — 7:30

Ashlee K. Thomas — 8:30

The Grifters — 9:30

Music Mall stage

MJT — noon

Jerry Gaff — 1 p.m.

Michael Beach — 2

Optimistic Apocalypse — 3

Tom Hitt — 4

Andy Cyphert — 5

Raven Swing — 7

Todd Crowley — 8

Spoon Too Soon — 9

Workshops

Yoga Technique with Ashlee K. Thomas — 11 a.m.

Body Parts Healing Dance with Girl on Fire Movement Studio — noon

Banjo Technique with Dominick DeCecco — 1 p.m.

Basic Guitar Repair with Patrick Podpadec — 2

Glassblowing with Inter-glasstic — 3

Cloning and Transplanting with Terrapin Grow Shop — 4

Sunday

Main stage


Mayflower Hill — 1 p.m.

The Soul Crackers — 2 p.m.

Pub stage

Ernest Whaley — noon

JC Nickles — 1 p.m.

Life(liss) — 2

Dirty Words — 3

Schedule subject to change.

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