Pocock Rocks festival rolls into Bristol

BRISTOL — The Gateway to the Green Mountains will be alive with music, food and fun as the 10th annual Pocock Rocks Music Festival and Street Fair takes over downtown Bristol on Saturday, June 15, from 3–8 p.m. 
Main Street will be hopping with performances by six regional bands, food and beverage service from local eateries, brewers, and distillers, plus a street full of vendors, and family activities. The town’s restaurants and shops will also be open for business for the official kickoff of summer in Addison County’s Five Towns. 
At the event’s core is an all-star lineup of well-known musical acts including: Big Night, Cookie’s Hot Club, The Aerolites, John Smyth, Rick Redington, and The Balladeer & The Bluesman. An after party at Hatch 31 will feature a performance by The Big Pick All Stars. 
In addition to back-to-back musical performances on two stages, visitors to this free, rain-or-shine community event can enjoy SunCommon’s bouncy house and Vermont National Guard activities, as well as shop the street for jewelry, crafts, clothing, books, and more. Bites and beverages provided by more than twenty-five Vermont specialty food and drink purveyors will fuel the day.
For more information, call 802-760-6076 or visit facebook.com/pocockrocks.

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