Day 3 of the Warwick Summer Arts Festival 2017:
Bring your blankets and lawn chairs and claim your space on the grassy lawn with a view of the lake. Take a taste of some of Warwick’s best loved food truck fare and enjoy an evening of dance and music, happening lakeside at Wickham Woodlands Park during the Warwick Summer Arts Festival.
***Arrive a bit early to claim your lawn space.***
HEADLINE MUSICAL PERFORMERS:
Australian sensation Julia Jacklin makes a stop at Wickham Woods Woodlands Warwick NY during her U.S. concert tour performing in her alt-country, rock and indie-folk style, augmented by her undeniable calling cards: her rich, distinctive voice, and her playful, observational wit.
Hailing from around the globe, the NYC Davalois Fearon Dance Company will take the stage at Wickham Woodlands using the outdoor lakeside venue to translate movement into a fluid dynamic performance influenced by the surroundings. Davalois holds audiences in the moment, promising to deliver a bold engagement with their picturesque surroundings through a combination of choreographed entrancing movements and improvisational inspiration.
NYC dancer and choreographer, Barrington Hinds, will also perform, allowing the freedom of the open air space of Wickham Woodlands Park to take the audience down a visionary path with no restrictions, letting the process unfurl, through complex gestures, moments of stillness and the layering of both.
All ages are encouraged to check out the talent that will take the stage at Wickham Woodlands! TELL ALL YOUR FRIENDS! The WSAF is proud to bring class act entertainment to Warwick, NY.
As a special dining treat, a row of local food vendors will be on-site offering their specialties for purchase, including Vesuvius Brick Oven Pizzaand Lil Fry Company.
For more information on exhibits, performances or workshops, email email@example.com
$10/person suggested donation. $20/family of four (2 adults/2 children) will be welcomed and greatly appreciated.
The Warwick Summer Arts Festival, a nonprofit organization, is a Community 2000 project promoting the arts, artists, art education and art appreciation in order to create a vibrant and well-rounded art community. Donations provided by all patrons of the arts attending the festival support the lineup of festival artists and performers and help with infrastructure costs supplementing the arts grants received from the Decentralization Program, a re-grant program of the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature and administered by Arts Mid-Hudson and is made possible in part with funds from the county of Orange and Orange County Tourism.