North Fork Rock & Folk Festival: Cutchogue, NY, July 30 - 31, 2011
While the music was the main draw, the family-friendly festival was chock-full of activities for young and old alikedonkey rides, mist-filled cooling stations and psychic readings. A gaggle of vendor boutiques featuring clothing of all sorts, tie-dyed creations, and arts and crafts were also on hand. And finally, what is a festival without food? The NOFO Rock & Folk Fest's food vendors supplied the crowd with all sorts of treatsice cream, Blue Point Beer, Peconic Bay wines, crab cakes, sausage and peppers, french fries, sodas, hotdogs, hamburgers, etcsomething for every palate.
Other standout artists who plied their trade on the event's stages included: Nancy Atlas, The John DiVello Band, Brady Rymer & the Little Band That Could, TAOST, and Miles to Dayton, as well as various winery and festival staff members. The well-organized festival benefited from a peaceful setting, fantastic weather, a talented line-up, and a laid-back, relaxed and courteous crowd.Photo Credit
All Photos: Christine Connallon