Waterhill Music Festival Closes

. April 30, 2019.

The organizers of Waterhill Music Festival, Claire and Paul Tinkerhess, announced online recently that after eight years, and thoughtful reflections, they have decided to end the annual neighborhood festival due to a mix of concern for public safety, personal priorities and, despite the ongoing success and growth of the festival over the years, the lessened neighbor-to-neighbor sensibility and encroaching commercialization. As this story was going to print Scott Newell, owner of Big City Small World, announced that the Water Hill Music Fest Continued will take place in front of his bakery on Sunday, May 5 from 11am-6pm.

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