— The 43rd anniversary edition of the Glastonbury Apple Harvest Festival is scheduled to showcase 29 singers and bands, including 23 that are new to the event.
The Connecticut River Valley Chamber, which runs the festival each October, said the artists will include those performing indie rock, pop, country, hip-hop and folk. The entertainment will be spread out among three stages at the festival.
The lineup for Oct. 13 includes: Canyon; Savannah King; Audio Jane; and the Balkun Brothers, a nationally acclaimed, award-winning blues act.
The lineup for Oct. 14 includes: Quinn Harley; Matt Falkowski; Bop Tweedie; Among The Acres; Emily Victoria; Parker Hu; S.G. Carlson; Red No. 5; Andrew Biagiarelli; Rivers; Connecticut State Troubadour Kate Callahan; Brian Dolzani; The Professors of Sweet Sweet Music; Frank Critelli; Jake Kulak & The Lowdown; Heather Maloney; UZOO; and New York City singer/songwriter Riley Pinkerton.
The lineup for Oct. 15 includes: Chris Cavaliere; Fiction; American Elm; Jeff Przech & The Outfit; Belle of the Fall; Pat Stone & The Dirty Boots; and Daphne Martin.
The festival will take place Oct. 13-15 at the fairgrounds of Riverfront Park. The event includes amusement rides, fireworks, food, the "Harvest Pub" beer and wine garden and a "Vendor Village" featuring more than 100 vendor booths.
Visit www.facebook.com/GlastonburyAppleHarvestFest for a complete schedule of performers, including set times.