August 23, 2015 Maine Event: Hidden Valley Nature Center’s Live Edge Music Festival

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Mexicali Blues is thrilled to be working with the Hidden Valley Nature Center as a sponsor for the 2015 Live Edge Music Festival! This fabulous Maine festival will boast awesome music, delicious local food, refreshing craft beer, games for the whole family, and tons of fun!

This fest would be a hopping hootenanny anywhere, but it is particularly special as it takes place at and supports the Hidden Valley Nature Center, a wonderful organization at one of the most magical and ecologically diverse pieces of unspoiled land in Midcoast Maine. With nearly 30 miles of multi-use trails and a beautiful pond at its heart, the Nature Center is a environment and resource that we are SO grateful to have in our veritable backyard!

Throughout the year, Hidden Valley offers educational opportunities related to sustainability and ecology, trails and cabins for facilitating your own immersive experience in nature, and a showcase of innovative forestry practices intended to motivate loggers and landowners to adopt sustainable forestry practices.  In fact, last year they were awarded the 2014 Outstanding Tree Farmer of the Year award by the American Tree Farm Society!

This year’s Live Edge Festival is sure to be THE best yet, with an unbeatable musical lineup features an eclectic collection of 4 spectacular bands:

Redbird – a collaboration of exceptionally talented players steeped in the traditions of folk, blues, bluegrass and more.11796295_10153560962894600_5276734054378096336_n

Oen Kennedy – award winning singer songwriter, naturalist, and master bird whistler

Primo Cubano – Maine’s premier Cuban dance band is guaranteed to get you up and moving.

Inanna, Sisters in Rhythm – has been moving audiences with their deep rhythms since 1989. Through percussion and voice Inanna is dedicated to the universal language of music.

There will be delicious local food and drink provided by Sheepscot General, Jyang Lee Kitchen, Allagash, The Liberal Cup, and Geary’s.  Food & drink are not included in the ticket sale, so remember to bring cash!

TICKETS:

There is an amazing bonus for ticket buyers who are quick to get on the bandwagon!  The first 300 tickets sold come with an irresistible offer: buy your $20 ticket (kids under 12 are free!) and get a buy-one-get-one-free coupon for a meal at any of 8 amazing local restaurants (Slates, Liberal Cup, El Camino, Newcastle Publick House, Crissy’s, Le Garage, Montsweag Roadhouse, or the Damariscotta River Grille) or a seal watch cruise on the Hardy Boat!  Up to a $20 value, this terrific deal makes your ticket essentially FREE! These tickets are going fast, so get yours ASAP!

There are two ways to get your tickets:

1. You can buy tickets at Mexicali Blues in Newcastle or any of these other partner/sponsor locations: 

Hardy Boat (New Harbor)
Slates (Hallowell)
The Liberal Cup (Hallowell)
Montsweag Roadhouse (Woolwich)
The Publick House (Newcastle)
Damariscotta River Grill (Damariscotta)
Le Garage (Wiscasset)
El Camino (Brunswick)

2. Or click on the link BELOW to order your ticket online (scroll all the way down the page) and HVNC will mail it to you.

http://hvnc.org/annual-music-fest/

We are SO excited to be sponsoring this event, along with Cribstone Capital, Skidompha Library, Ames True Value, and the CLC YMCA.  We’ll be there getting our collective dance on, so be on the lookout for our new (hard-to-miss) Tie Dye Mobile!  Instagram a selfie with it to show off your awesome hippie spirit and be sure to tag us #TieDyeMobile and #MexicaliBlues!  We hope to see you there!unnamed-8

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