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Events for June 19, 2021
Join us for a re-imagined Dairy Days Festival – June 16-17, 2017. Enjoy old favorites like a parade, car show, and craft fair as well as new events including live music in the streets of Cuba!Find out more »
Estival Festival is a 3 day, family friendly music and arts festival held yearly at Sugar Mountain in Caneada, NY.
Come into the forest, lose yourself, find your soul.
Kick off the summer with a weekend of music, art, food, and frivolity as we celebrate the longest day of the year in the woods at Sugar Mountain.
We have live music scheduled all weekend, and on-site camping is included in your weekend pass!
This year we’ll be adding a second, smaller stage near the bonfire area!
Gates open at 12 noon on Friday, June 18th, 2021.
Estival Festival Pre-Sale Tickets / Weekend Passes
This year we are also offering “Early Access” passes. An early access pass allows you to arrive on Thursday, June 18th starting at 3:00 PM. Those folks with an Early Access pass will have first pick of camping spots and a there will be a little pre-party with a bonfire and music on the Bonfire Stage.
Founded in June of 2007, our spirit remains: buy local, eat fresh, sustain local economy, build community, and purchase direct from the producer! We are a premium market attracting vendors offering high quality farm fresh fruits, vegetables, herbs, maple syrup, honey, baked goods, dairy, eggs, local meats, jams and jellies, wine, cut flowers, plants, value-added farm products, and ready-to-eat, mouth-watering meals. We also support local artisans by showcasing select handcrafted products at our Artisan Days. We are responding to a high demand for local, fresh products and we understand that our continuing success depends upon this market equally benefitting the farmer and the consumer.
Located on the Park Circle with ample parking. We offer weekly events & programming, and a make-and-take craft for kids at the Family Fun Tent. We’re always looking for volunteers!Find out more »