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Gayle Music Festival is a one-day music festival dedicated to Gayle Cuneo's 35 years of music education. The concert will be held Septemeber 20th at East Park in Connellsville, Pa. $7 (+ processing fee) Presale. Part of the proceeds will be donated to purchasing new equipment for young music students at Connellsville School District. Musical acts including: Cait Cuneo, Harold Betters, Red Lion Reggae, Fungus, and The Lay Jains, and The Mighty Falcon Marching Band. Food vendors, children's events, and Alcohol will be served for those 21+. STAGE SCHEDULE/ FESTIVAL INFO: Cait Cuneo 8pm Mighty Falcon Marching Band 7:30 Fungus 6 Harold Betters 4:30 Red Lion Reggae 3 The Lay Jains 1:30 Live DJ 12pm TICKETS/ PARKING: Tickets only $7 sold at http://gaylemusicfest.com/ and Atkin’s Music Center, Artworks Connellsville, Lynn’s Pub & Grille, & Nationwide Insurance. Parking will be at the Connellsville High School with a free shuttle down to the festival grounds at East Park from 12-9pm. VENDING/BEER: Beer will be sold to those of age at the festival. NO outside alcohol is permitted. Cost to vend at the festival is $75. Contact email@example.com for inquiries. VOLUNTEERS: If you would like to volunteer at the festival contact firstname.lastname@example.org FOR MORE INFO ON FESTIVAL VISIT US ON FACEBOOK
Cait Cuneo Band at Three Rivers Arts Festival- June 10- 12pm
With his signature black frames and mohawk, Daley’s image already surmises his budding status as soul impresario for the 21st century. At only 24-years-old, the homegrown UK singer-songwriter is on his way to redefining the way R&B/Soul not only looks but sounds and feels. “If you’re expecting the same old soul singer, that’s not necessarily who I am,” the prodigy divulges as perhaps the most telling description of his work. “I call my sound ‘future throwback soul’ since it’s what people love about old soul music, that throwback sound… but I bring it into the future.” Growing up in Manchester, he put in his time studying the soul greats of yesterday and today, developing his sound as a teen through bedroom recordings and making his name performing on Britain’s underground urban stages. “It was tough fitting into the Manchester music scene which had always been really focused on guitar and dance music, the urban scene was almost non-existent… so, in making those recordings in my bedroom, I figured out how I wanted to sound…It was my training ground. Everything really began there for me. It was the first step in becoming the artist I am today.”
JUNE 10. THREE RIVERS ARTS FESTIVAL