Second Night, Sunday Show Added for Family-Friendly Roots and World Music Festival in Cabot; Discounted Pre-Sale Tickets Available Now
Toubab Krewe, Oumou Sangaré, Barrington Levy, Midnite, Black Sheep and Earle “Chinna” Smith Featured
The Sol Harvest Festivus for the Restivus will celebrate its seventh year July 17th, 18th and 19th as Northeastern Vermont’s “party of the summer.” For the first time, the groove-filled roots and world music festival will run for two nights and two days and will feature the danceable, joyful sounds of world touring acts Toubab Krewe, Oumou Sangaré, Barrington Levy, Midnite, Black Sheep and Earle “Chinna” Smith, as well as many of Vermont’s most enjoyable local talents.
The Festivus, dubbed “The Manifestivus” this year to honor its larger scale, is held on 93 acres of breathtaking land in Cabot, six hours north of New York City and three hours from Boston or Montreal. Set on a gently rolling hillside meadow surrounded by forest, the timber stage creates an unforgettable vibe which last year hosted 1500 dancing, smiling, loving faces under a moonlit sky. The Festivus is founded by Toubab Krewe bassist David Pransky, and takes place on his family’s longtime farm.