The Family Stage will host the following performers in 2023.
Saturday, September 30
11:15 AM Chris Dixon –
Chris Dixon, on the Valley music scene for over 40 years, steps away from his guitar roles in the bands Electrio and Intonition for a set of atmospheric originals and select covers.
12:15 PM Josh Levangie and Luke –
Josh LeVangie and his son Luke LeVangie have been playing the garlic and arts festival since 2014 when Luke was just four years old! Be sure and catch them for some country classics.
1:30 PM Moon Hollow Band –
Hailing from the hills of western Massachusetts, Moon Hollow is a high energy band that performs original and traditional tunes inspired by folk, bluegrass, alt-country, Americana & early jazz music.
3:00 PM Rebirth –
Performing together for more than seven years and influenced by soul, folk, reggae, hip hop, r & b, latin, jazz, and other elements from music throughout the globe, Rebirth writes honest and heartfelt songs and are proud to stand by a message of love and unification through music.
Sunday October 1
11:00 AM The Can Collectors –
Playing your favorite tunes with a twist, this band was birthed from a flu fever induced dream about a steel drum.
12:00 Noon Home Body –
Synthesist Eric Hnatow and vocalist Haley Morgan make danceable, moody electro-pop music as Home Body, harnessing light, sound, and movement to present a spirited synth spectacle oozing with raw energy and emotional grit.
1:15 PM Wallace Field –
With a powerful and crystalline voice reminiscent of Joan Baez, Field’s influences include the theatrical Kate Bush and Aldous Harding, as well as the folk roots of Joni Mitchell and Weyes Blood.
3:00 PM Ray and the Lovers –
We’re welcoming back to the festival Ray and the Lovers! With their original tunes and a few killer covers, we hear notes of Gary Clark Jr, Leon Bridges, Durand Jones with a solid core of Neo-soul, r&B, and funk.