Music and arts set scene for NH weekend

September 20, 2013 by  

The King Pine Music Festival and Arts/Craft Fair will provides people with plenty of live entertainment and an assortment of arts and crafts coming from local artisans. Banner printing and flyer printing might have been used to spread the word about this fun weekend event to people in this community as well as those in surrounding communities.

During this festival, a selection of artisans’ and crafters’ work will be present for browsing on the grounds, while a number of groups provide musical entertainment. This year’s lineup includes Glen River, Joe Belmont, Big-Rhythm-Wine, Tome Palance, The 220s, Skyfoot, the and Tom Constanten.

Taking into account that this is a ‘rain or shine’ event, guests are asked to dress appropriately. Tickets are available for one day or both days and can be bought online, where the performance schedule can be viewed as well. Tickets include the music portion of this event only. Guests are reminded to bring lawn chairs or blankets, sunscreen, and sunglasses. There may be additional fees to enter the arts/craft fair.

Tickets cost $15 per day or $25 for a weekend pass. It will all be happening this weekend, September 21 and 22, at the King Pine Ski Area located at 1251 Eaton Road, Route 153, in East Madison, New Hampshire, just five minutes south of North Conway by car. To view the schedule or purchase tickets, please visit the King Pine Music Fest website or call 978-876-5698 at any time.

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