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Block Party & Poctumtuck Homelands Festival
Saturday, August 2

Live Music, Festival Food, Crafts and a Parade on Ave A
plus

Native American Art and Traditional Music on the waterfront sponsored by The Nolumbeka Project More information HERE.

Would you like to be a downtown vendor? Information HERE.

Did you Know...

...RiverCulture will plan seven events this year, five Third Thursday events plus the Block Party & "It's A Wonderful Night".


To see the 2014 themes and how YOU can participate, click here.

Music Schedule

Turners Falls Block Party and Pocumtuck Homelands Festival

Spinner Park-Avenue A
Burrie Jenkins, 2pm
(summer of love-west coast guitar)

The Celebration Brass Band, 3pm
(New Orleans Parade- Avenue A)

Eric Reinhart
(accoustic folk), 3:30pm

The Original Cowards, 4:30pm
(rock and some roll, soul, blues, punk from a distance)

The Salvation Alley String Band, 6pm
(honky-tonk, western swing, Bakersfield country, bluegrass, and rock and roll)

World Way, 7:00pm (Reggae, West African, Afrobeat, Soukous and Calypso!)

AFTER PARTY
The Wildcat O'Halloran Band at
The Rendezvous 9:30pm

Unity Park Waterfront
Hawk Henries, 1:45 & 5pm
(Traditional Native American Flute)

Medicine Mammals Singers
2:30 & 4pm

Story telling, 5:45 pm

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Are you supportive of our work?  Consider making a financial contribution on our Shop Western Mass page or contact Suzanne at riverculture@montague-ma.gov (413-835-1390)