SUMMER MUSIC FESTIVAL
We had a GREAT weekend in 2017. Now it’s time to start building for the 2018 Summer Music Festival weekend. Check back toward the end of the year, maybe early in 2018, to find out more about who we will have for the party we call Summer Music Festival!
Join us this Independence Day Weekend, when the first fairway at Holiday Valley’s Double Black Diamond Golf Course becomes one of the best outdoor concert venues in the region. There’s plenty going on in the village over the weekend as well! Check it out below.
Gates open at 6 p.m. both nights. The BPO starts at 8 p.m. and Sunday night music starts at 7 p.m. Tickets can be purchased for $40. Children 12 years old and under are FREE! Order tickets below, call the Chamber of Commerce at 800-349-9099 or email [email protected]!
Just a sampling of the great press that this event gets! http://www.resortsandlodges.com/travelblog/b/ellicottville-summer-music-festival/
With all the action on the stage, on the hill and in the lodge at Holiday Valley, we would be missing an amazing part of the weekend if we didn’t remind everyone of all the events going on in the village!
Friday night is the kickoff of the Stroll the Streets Friday night celebration. Come out from 5 to 8 p.m. for great events throughout the village, even some music at the gazebo! This is the first Friday night event of the 12-week series planned for 2017. Come out and see what’s going on with Stroll the Streets!
On Saturday, July 1, Jefferson Street, between the post office and the Village Hall, tents will go up and the arts and crafts will be on display from 50 vendors. The show runs both, Saturday and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
At 11 a.m., Washington Street is a pet lover’s paradise as half of the street is transformed into the annual world-famous Ellicottville Pet Parade route. Starting at Katy’s Café, formerly Coffee Culture, and working its way up to the gazebo, the parade features dogs, cats, and has even had more exotic animals taking part! One year even saw a Bantha from Tatooine, with their Tusken owners, of course. Come out to Katy’s to register around 10 a.m. as the parade starts to line up at 10:30 for the 11 a.m. start.
You came to hear MUSIC as well, right? Here’s what’s going on in the village all weekend!
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