Red Oak Music and Art Fest!

The Lime Hollow Nature Center and the Center for the Arts of Homer partner together to present the Red Oak Music & Art Fest! – an outdoor, family- friendly, FREE  music series! Performances and outdoor activities will take place at Lime Hollow’s beautiful education campus at 3277 Gracie Rd.    


The Red Oak Music and Arts Festival is a public event hosted by Lime Hollow Nature Center in partnership with The Center for the Arts of Homer. It features two professionally equipped music performance spaces, featuring several bands and musicians, located on both ends of a large vendor corridor, and immersed in nature.

April 22 – Earth Day with Colleen Kattau & Dos XX

Colleen is an award-winning bilingual vocalist songwriter who stirs listeners with her clear voice, collective spirit and rhythmic sensibility.

July 13
1pm – Second Spring
2pm – Elderly Brothers
3pm – Leo and The Mayday’s
4pm – Harmonic Dirt
5pm – People People

September 21

Bands to be announced soon!

1-6pm

This is an outdoor event (No Electricity)

Along a picturesque Art Trail, with tree cover, on grass and dirt ground.
Vendors are responsible for bringing their own tables, chairs, and tents, as well as a method for removing garbage, carry-in and carry-out.

Times:

Vendor Load in Time (Vendors may be assigned individual load-in times within this range): 9:30am – 10:00am
Start Time: 11:30am
End Time: 6:00pm

Location:

Lime Hollow Environmental Education Center 3277 Gracie Rd, Cortland, NY 13045

10x10ft space – ONE DATE $25
10x10ft space – BOTH DATES
Additional or reduced space requirements will be assessed on a case by case basis.
*All fees are non-refundable

This project is made possible with funds from the ReStart NY Regrants Program, a regrant program of the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of the Office of the Governor and the New York State Legislature and administered by CNY Arts.

 

Refreshments, field games, and other activities will take place each month during the event, and hiking, picnicking, and exploring are encouraged. Admission is free (donations will be accepted to support programs at Lime Hollow and the Center for the Arts).