Announcing the Entertainment Schedule for 2013 Corn Hill Arts Festival

Rochester, NY, May 29, 2013- The Corn Hill Neighbors Association is pleased to announce that the 45th Annual Corn Hill Arts Festival’s entertainment schedule includes a mix of exciting new acts and some festival favorites.

The two-day event will feature 29 live performances on 4 stages, including the Delta Air Lines Main Stage at the Food Court.

2013 Headliners include Herb Gross and The Invictas, The Mambo Kings, and Todd East. Gross and his band has amassed a national following. The Mambo Kings are acclaimed for their Afro-Cuban rhythms, and East is known for his smooth R&B vocals.

The Emerging Artists for Entertainers program will include 18-year-old singer/songwriter Stevie Fleck, the high-powered original pop rock band Mochester, and the alternative Indie rock band known as Bendix.

“We’re excited to announce this line-up of talented, eclectic, and acclaimed artists who will be performing at this year’s Festival,” said Scott Elder, Chair of the 2013 Corn Hill Arts Festival. “The mix of style, rhythm, and genre will provide something for everyone.”

The Corn Hill Arts Festival’s tradition of bringing fiddler’s to perform at the Festival will continue with six different fiddle players scheduled to perform throughout the weekend, including the popular return of “The Sun Mountain Fiddler,” Dick Solberg.

The Festival will take place July 13-14, 10am-5pm on Saturday and 10am-5pm Sunday. To view a full list of 2013 performers, click here.

Funds raised during the Corn Hill Arts Festival through sponsorships, vendors and exhibitors are used by the Neighbors Association for a variety of community needs.  The Association is able to provide low interest home improvement loans to its neighbors, as well as funding for PAC-TAC security programs to ensure safety in the community.  Festival funds are also used for protecting and promoting the historical character and beauty of the area. The Corn Hill Neighbors Association encourages cultural diversity, and strives to foster good relations not only within the neighborhood, but its surrounding communities as well. For more information on Corn Hill or its festival, please visit www.cornhillartsfestival.com.


Photo Credits: Corn Hill Arts Festival