Craft Beer & Wine in the Woods Festival
Saturday, September 15, 2018 ⋅ 11:00 am – 6:00 pm
Sacred Heart Basilica Picnic Woods ⋅ 3113 Centennial Road, Hanover, PA 17331 United States + Google Map
This event features wineries, craft breweries, vendors and more! Bring your lawn chairs and blankets, and enjoy a wonderful day of craft beer and wine sampling, good food and great entertainment.
Advance tickets available at a discount $13.00; increases to $15.00 day-of event. Non-Tasting ticket also available for $5.00 for those wanting to participate in the event, but not sample craft beer and wine.
The Dixie Hiway Band
The Dixie Hiway Band is celebrating over 35 years of playing the kind of music that makes people feel good!The band originated in central Virginia with Ron and Dusty as its core. Five years of touring and several musicians later, Ron and Dusty decided to move to Maryland. Fortunately, the duo was able to find some very talented musicians ‘up North’ to continue the great DIXIE HIWAY sounds. The DIXIE HIWAY band has over 80 years of combined experience in music and entertainment. The individual musical knowledge can only be surpassed by the harmonious blend that the group as a unit possesses. The band spans over 50 years of music in their normal show – including classic country and rock, southern rock and blues, modern country, light jazz and bluegrass. RON CARNEY: bass and vocals DUSTY SPRINGER ( aka Cheryl Carney): keyboard, flute and vocals MARK BAILE: drums and vocals STEVEN W. CARNEY: harmonica, guitar and vocals
The AKT Duo
The AKT Duo is from York, PA and have been together for over seven years. Lead singer Zachary Zortman and acoustic guitar player Chad Smith cover a wide range of songs you know by heart (ranging from the 50’s all the way up to today’s Top 40) and also have their own originals.The AKT Duo won York County’s inaugural music competition, Yorvoice, in 2015 and also won York County’s “Best Band” in 2016, presented by Susquehanna Style Magazine. They performed for the 2015 Little League World Series US Champions (Redland) at their welcome-home celebration and have performed at famous venues such as Chameleon Club and Tellus 360 in Lancaster, PA.
The duo took a brief break in late 2016, as Zortman was diagnosed with Stage 3 brain cancer. As it turns out, the duo would return and continue to make an impact. The two wrote an original titled “Meant to Live”, which is accompanied with a music video, that has become an international success. It has made the New York Post. Zortman and Smith take part in many charity benefits, particularly those that impact the brain tumor community.
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