Tribes Hill Music Festival Set for Sept. 14 in Katonah

Red Molly, an all-female Americana roots vocal harmony trio, headlines the Tribes Hill Music Festival from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Sunday, Sept.14, at John Jay Homestead State Historic Site in Katonah, New York.

Also featured is the Sloan Wainwright Trio. Appearing in the round will be past Tribes Hill presidents James Durst, Fred Gillen Jr., Susan Kane, and Matt Turk, all distinguished singer-songwriters in their own rights.

Main stage: The Levins, Larry Kolker, with Judy Kass, Pluck & Rail, Steven Frieder, M.R. Poulopoulos and the Earth Tones. Music on the main stage is from noon until 6 pm.

This festival will feature a song circle and jam tent. Bring an instrument (or sing, or just listen) and participate. The festival, including free parking, will offer locally-produced food and beverages, arts and crafts vendors and children’s activities.

Admission: $20, $18 in advance at tribeshill.com, $15, students and seniors, free for children under 12. John Jay Homestead is located at Route 22, 400 Jay St., in Katonah. Visit johnjayhomestead.org.

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