The Kingfield POPS event takes place at Kennedy Farm

Erica Brown and the Bluegrass Connection Photo added

The Kingfield POPS concert is scheduled from 4:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. on Saturday, June 25, outdoors at Kennedy Farm on Salem Street in Kingfield.

The 18th POPS concert features: The Bangor Symphony Orchestra led by Grammy-winning musical director and conductor Lucas Richman returns.

Celebrating the music of Maine, Erica Brown and the Bluegrass Connection will headline the return of Kingfield POPS with her exceptional fiddle music and band incorporating music from the traditional bluegrass repertoire, French-Canadian fiddle music as well only original songs.

Portland-based Stream Reggae delivers music from the heart and soul of the Caribbean. Louisa Stancioff, originally from Chesterville, plays indie folk music and complex melodies, who along with bandmates Dave and Dane Kelly occasionally add guitar solo, drums and any instrument that comes their way.

Local musician Coleman Martin will bring a mix of songs and guitar, combined with vocals, that will have you singing along.

POPS guests are welcomed to the concert by the Stratton School All-Star Steel Band.

Food vendors will be on site or attendees can bring their own picnic.

Tickets are $30 in advance, $35 at the door, and children are free.

Tickets are available locally at Mainely Provisions in Kingfield, Food City in Farmington, Skowhegan Savings Bank branches in Kingfield, Farmington, Skowhegan and Rangeley, the Western Mountains Visitor Center in Carrabassett Valley and online at kingfieldpops.com.

For more information send an e-mail [email protected] or call 207-265-7677.

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