Coal and Coke Heritage Music Festival tickets on sale now

Tickets for the Coal and Coke Heritage Music Festival are on sale now at Penn State Fayette. The Coal and Coke Heritage Music Festival debuts from 10 a.m. to dusk Saturday, Sept. 27, at Penn State Fayette. Designed as an annual festival to celebrate the unique heritage of southwestern Pennsylvania’s coal and coke history and heritage, the event celebrates the unique heritage of southwestern Pennsylvania and features a full day of music, ethnic foods, and regional arts and crafts.

Tickets for the Coal and Coke Heritage Music Festival are on sale now at Penn State Fayette; the Fayette County Chamber of Commerce; the Herald-Standard; the Uniontown Holiday Inn; the Connellsville Redevelopment Authority; and the Laurel Highlands Visitors Bureau. Hours of operation and methods of payment accepted at each location can be found on the Web at http://www.coalandcokemusicfest.org.

There is fun for the whole family, including the free Kiddie Koal Mine children’s area.

Performers include: The Atlanta Drumline, Harold Betters, Fred Adams, 21st Century Swing Band — MCG Jazz Legacy Project, River City Brass Band with Lisa Ferraro, Jason Kendall, The Fabulous Softwinds, FiddleKicks, NewLanders, Simple Gifts, Augsberg German Band, Ferla-Marcinizyn Duo, The Sammy Bill Orchestra, Ray Ryan New Orleans Riverside Band, Chuck Cantalamessa, Missus Suspicious, Spring Valley Children’s Choir, and more.

Advance tickets:
$10/adults (12 years and older)
$5/youth (5-11 years old)
Free/children (4 years and younger)

Penn State Fayette is located on Route 119 between Uniontown and Connellsville, Pa. For more information, visit the Web site at: http://www.coalandcokemusicfest.org.
 

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Last Updated November 18, 2010