Dandelion FiddleFest at The EastSide 2017
May 19, 20, and 21, 2017
Celebrating High Spring and Dandelion Season in The Northeast Kingdom of Vermont
Fancy Fiddling, Dandy Dancing, and Fine Dining
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Friday, May 19th
6:30 to 9 pm Dandy Dinner with contemporary bluegrass band, Reckless Breakfast – Cover $5
Saturday, May 21st
2 pm to 7 pm Dandelion Fiddler’s Contest, Judged and People’s Choice – Cover $5. Cash prizes as follows:
Open Division: $300, $200, $100
Senior Division: $200, $150, $100
Junior Division: $100, $75, and $50
People’s Choice: $75, 50, 25
Who’s the finest fiddler in the land? Sign up for the Fiddlers Contest and let’s have some fun. Sign up here
Cover for the audience is $5.
7:00 pm Fiddlers’ Dinner with champion, master fiddler, Scott Campbell & Friends – $5 cover
Sunday, May 22nd
10 pm to 2 pm Masterclass/Work Shops – Cover $10 (Tentative depending on pre-registrations)
Scott Campbell and Others
Kingdom Games, The EastSide Restaurant, and Scott Campbell
To make your reservation
Call the EastSide at 802-334-2340
About Reckless Breakfast
Reckless Breakfast is the product of years of evolution in the Upper Valley Bluegrass scene. Their playful antics, creative arrangements of many different genres (hip hop, rock, pop, folk) into bluegrass and stock of classic flatpicking numbers are sure to delight any listener. Their simple harmonies and boisterous instrumentals appeal to many different audiences, though they are especially popular among the Dartmouth Outing Club crowd. Nate Hamm, fiddle, Ford Daley, Dobro and Dave Lloyd, guitar, provide virtuosic instrumental leads, while Rory Gawler’s vocals, banjo or mandolin and Duff Cummings’ bass round out the sound. Featuring Laura Jean Binkley on vocals. With Nate, Laura Jean and Ford singing harmony, the tunes will appeal to the most hardened bluegrass fan, and the good-old fashioned string band sound is accessible to all.
About Scott Campbell & Friends with Rick and Donna Commo
Scott is a native Vermonter from Barre who started fiddling with his father, Ken Campbell, when he was 10 years old. He is a master fiddler who plays Irish, Scottish, French, and American old time tunes and has prevailed in numerous fiddle competitions throughout New England and Canada.
His recent album “Freirish” includes 26 songs of Irish and French origins which he recorded with Rick and Donna Commo on the piano and bass. They will be joining Scott on Saturday evening for an exciting evening of fiddle tunes from the broadest spectrum of genres.
For tickets and reservations contact The EastSide Restaurant at 802-334-2340
For more info contact Phil White at 802-249-9100 or firstname.lastname@example.org