Performing In The Pines

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A Wayne County community is getting set to crank the volume at a historic venue this holiday weekend.  Musicians from around the globe are expected once again take part in the 34th season of the Wildflower Music Festival over the next several weekends.

The festival is held on the grounds of the Dorflinger-Suydam Wildlife Sanctuary in the White Mills area which is located between Honesdale and Hawley.   You're encouraged to bring along a lawn chair or a blanket.

The first outdoor concert, which is set outdoors among the pine trees, kicks off this Saturday, July 2, at 6 p.m.  Tickets are $22.00 or less depending on your age or if you're a student.  To get tickets and more information on the Wildflower Musical festival, head to this link!    The first group to perform this Saturday is the River City Brass band from Pittsburgh.  You can learn more about them here!

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