Entertainment Schedule

Saturday, September 16th

10:00 AM

The Towpath Volunteers have been bringing "Our American Heritage to Life" since 1978.  Enjoy the rousing sounds of fife and drum as they perform around the festival area.

10:30 AM

The Pal-Mac Select Choir performs traditional and period songs from the gazebo in the park.

11:00 AM

The Music Makers Band performs all types of music in a variety of styles-jazz, swing, rock, and disco, just to name a few.  Come tap along to the beat in the gazebo.

12:00 - 2:00 PM 
Caricaturist "Kate" will be on main street

1:00 PM

The Cool Club (trio, quartet, or more) plays jump, jazz, blues, boogie-woogie, ragtime and swing. The Lipker Sisters sing 3-part harmony much like The Andrew and Boswell sisters bringing back sounds from the 30's-50's.

2:45 PM

Come enjoy the sounds of Folk, Blues and Folk Rock from the 60's thru 90's. You know the songs, so come sing along.

Sunday, September 17th

10:30 AM

The Ra-Cha-Cha Barber Shop Quartet will be performing in the park and around the festival area.  These guys have a great sound and many stories to tell.

11:30 AM

Enjoy the fellowship of playing old-time fiddle music, traditional songs, and upbeat tempos with  the Fiddlers of the Genesee.

12:45 PM

Native of Rochester, NY, Paul has been called “ The Human Jukebox “ because of his knowledge of over 700 songs and extraordinary recall of classic tunes.  We bet you can sing along too.

1:00 PM

Pal-Mac Conservatory of Dance will perform moving pieces to music on Main Street in front of the grand stands.

2:30 PM

Kelly's Old Timers is Western New York's oldest round and square dance band, specializing in old time American Dance Standards and Jazz numbers from the 1920's through the 1950's, Eastern Style Square Dances and entertainment for the more seasoned listener.

2:30 PM

Best known for their authentic German Oktoberfest music, their range is from the "big band" sound of the '30's to the present, plus a collection of waltzes, polkas, marches, country-western & rock.