by Cascade Mountain July 05, 2017

The tents are up! The fire pits are ready to be lit! Hayrides are starting up soon! What am I talking about here? Only the most epic celebration of the year! SUMMERTIDE FESTIVAL 2017. Don't miss this locally sourced wine, food, and music festival starting in just 3 days. 

Friday kicks off at 6 pm with widely acclaimed singer, songwriter, and musician, E’lissa Jones, followed by the legendary Advanced Phunk, featuring Steve Ide, Bobby Mcveety, Ram Miles, and the Berkshires’ favorite horn section. Fireworks, in celebration of Cascade Mountain’s 40th anniversary by Legion Fireworks will begin at 9:30 pm. 

Saturday from 3–10 pm will feature a star-studded lineup of artists: Jonathan Edwards, Kerri Powers, Cole Quest and The City Pickers, and Pete Muller. Cole Quest, Woody Guthrie’s grandson, will lead everyone in a tribute during the show. There will be a Woody Guthrie exhibit in the winery for the entire month of July. End the night with some Hudson Valley apple crisp topped with Cascade Mountain’s Heavenly Daze Syrup.

On Sunday from 12–5 pm, SUMMERTIDE 2017 builds toward a crescendo. Enjoy some of Hudson Valley’s favorite wineries, distilleries, breweries, and creameries while relaxing with The Ram Miles Trio who will take the stage at 12:30 pm. At 2:30 pm, we are thrilled to announce that, Jesse Colin Young, “The Voice of a Generation”, who recorded the ultimate rendition of Get Together, will take the festival home.

BBQ and wood-fired pizza from Executive Chef Maria Laura Quintero of MuchaChula Catering along with Chef Donna Hanusik's dessert station featuring Berries and Cream, Vegan Chocolate Cupcakes and Smores will be in abundance all weekend long.




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