Bella Terra Music Festival Back by Popular Demand
Stephentown, NY -- Bella Terra Music Festival is back for another year of fun in the sun with an amazing line-up of musical acts; including Soulive, Immortal Technique, and the great Lee “Scratch” Perry. After an extraordinary first year in Great Barrington, MA in 2009, the Bella Terra Music Festival will take place this year in Stephentown, NY from August 19 to 22.
Bella Terra Festival (http://www.bellaterrafestival.com) is an outdoor music and arts festival that occurs over multiple days and nights and features several stages of performances, artists and other programming. Gardner’s Farm in Stephentown, New York will be home to the second annual Bella Terra Festival, located between Albany, New York and The Berkshires in western Massachusetts.
Full Line-up for Bella Terra Music Festival 2010 includes: Soulive, Lee “Scratch” Perry, Immortal Technique, Melvin Seals & JGB, Beats Antique, Rubblebucket, Psylab, Giant Panda Guerilla Dub Squad, Brothers Past, Jeff Bujak, Biodiesel, Granola Funk Express, The McLovin’s, Higher Organix, Dub Is A Weapon, Start Making Sense (Talking Heads tribue), Barefoot Truth, Otherwise, American Babies, The Alchemystics, The Deadbeats, The Problemaddicts, Shokazoba, Rev Tor, DJ A Sides, Jahdan Blakkamoore, DJ Liondub, Domino Theory, Longivew Gunslingers, Maaze, Uncle Billy’s Smokehouse, Indobox, Fungus Amungus, Chris Merenda & The Wheel, BA Dario, Uncle Billy’s Smokehouse, Unexplained Bacon, Dirty Paris, Billy Keane & The Misdemeanor Outlaws, Turtle Soup, Infinite August, Fun Yung Moon, DJ Miss Sabado, Nicholas DiSpagna Band, Big Rooster, High Peaks Band, Erin Leah & The Moon Wax Project, Rob Sanzone, DJ Theory and The Aposoul.
Bella Terra: Arts, Music & Culture Festival originated in 2009 as a benefit event to raise funds for Berkshire Arts Scholarships (BARTS), a scholarship program administered by the Railroad Street Youth Project, a 501c3 non-profit organization, in Great Barrington, Massachusetts. BARTS awards scholarships to disadvantaged western Massachusetts youths who are between the ages of 16 to 25, and pursuing an education or career in the arts. The goal of this event is to raise enough funds to continue to award potential BARTS candidates annually and award scholarships to a greater number of youths each year. Bella Terra also aims to provide a multidisciplinary atmosphere for local and national artists to showcase their work while integrating past and future BARTS recipients (and other aspiring artists) into the greater arts community.
More information and tickets available for on-line purchase at http://www.bellaterrafestival.com
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