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Granite State Music Festival

Date/Time

Jun 20, 2015 to Jun 21, 2015

Description

The fourth annual Granite State Music Festival will bring two big stages and even bigger sound to Concord for two full days of family-friendly fun.

The New Hampshire music scene is always at the heart of this weekend celebration, a weekend of non-stop music, artisans, food and outdoor summer fun. Concord’s Kiwanis Riverfront Park, on the banks of the Merrimack River, combines a riverfront venue with overhanging shade trees, grassy lawn, and plenty of on-site parking for visitors from both near and far away. Attendees can bring their own chairs and blankets and make themselves at home on the festival lawn – where frisbees and hula hoops are king and dancing is encouraged.

The festival features a family-friendly rotation of music by NH’s best performers, playing all original music.

If you purchase tickets early, it's $40 for the weekend. Otherwise at the gate it's $60 for the weekend and $30 for one day.

Cost

Ticket Prices at Gate: $60 for 2-Day Pass & $30 for 1-Day Pass.

Location

Kiwanis Riverfront Park
Concord, NH

Additional Information

Phone

(603) 534-3592

Contact email

info@gsmfest.org

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