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Ashfield Fall Festival

Ashfield Town Common Ashfield Town Common, Main Street,, MA, Ashfield

History The Ashfield Fall Festival began in 1970. While it has grown since that time, the festival remains Ashfield is located in the foothills of the Berkshire Mountains. map From the Rt 91 take 116 North 13 miles to the center of Ashfield. From the north, follow Rt 112 South from Rt 2 (Mohawk Trail) for 10 miles and turn left on Rt 116 South (Main St). From the south and west, follow Rt 9 to Goshen and turn left onto Rt 112 N.  Follow Rt 112 for 5 miles and turn right on Rt 116 South (Main St). Parking Parking is only

Soggy Po Boys

Little City Cider Company 139 Shields Drive, Bennington

Doors open at 6pm. Show starts at 7pm. Tickets $20 in advance, $25 at door if not sold out.The Soggy Po Boys, native to New England, have quickly become an institution. They are spreading the good news of New Orleans music across the northeast and beyond, playing at concert halls and street corners; music festivals and burlesque festivals; bars and libraries; wherever the party requires. Part of the beauty of New Orleans music is that it's celebrated and appreciated wherever it goes, from the street to the theater.

65th Street Ensemble

The Foundry

This highly talented group of Juilliard School musicians challenge the so-called “concert hall etiquette” as they collaborate to inspire a new perspective around unconventional chamber music. Audiences in attendance of live classical music often appear to be a sea of statues. Classical music can feel inaccessible to people who have not studied it and the convention of a seemingly required stillness and need to almost meditate in order to truly “understand” the music can exacerbate the disconnect. Not everybody interacts with art the same way. These artists encourage the audience to respond in whatever way they feel is appropriate while