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Fight pandemic boredom: listen to online concerts

Concert viewing goes online, with viewers across the world enjoying virtual music festivals streaming on their tv, laptop and even their phones.
May 12, 2020

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, millions of Americans are self-quarantining to slow the spread of this contagious disease. As the stay-at-home orders extended from weeks into months, many people began to...

Music festivals postponed due to COVID-19

Full statement from Goldenvoice regarding the postponing of Stagecoach and Coachella.
March 14, 2020

Spring music festivals Coachella and Stagecoach were postponed on Tuesday, March 10, because organizers were concerned about the spread of the novel Coronavirus (COVID-19). The cancellation of these...

The SoNo Collection celebrates Leap Day

Grammy-Award winning pop duo, A Great Big World, performs at SoNo collection for Leap Year festival.
March 10, 2020

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Chowdafest brings New England delicacy to Westport

Chowdafest-goers stand in line to sample chowder from Our House Bistro, a restaurant in Winooski, Vermont. Photo by Jack Dennison '21.
October 13, 2019

On a windy, but mysteriously warm October day at the lawn of Sherwood Island, people come together from all around the town, the state and the region to indulge in something that they love. They bring...

Festival strengthens local community

FLYING HIGH: Four hot air balloons were stationed at the festival offering rides ranging from three to five minutes long. The hot air balloons came from a multitude of companies such as SkyScapes, whose representative has been in the balloon business for 30 years. Whether the balloons could fly or not was completely up to the weather and the intensity of the winds. Photo by Giselle Oldani '22.
October 10, 2019

Businesses lined the grass ranging from specialty waters to horse shelters. The sky was clear and blue with barely any wind, which meant it was a perfect forecast for the hot air balloons to take flight....

Rolling Loud adopts new bag policy

Rolling Loud will now only allow small clear bags into the festival, other types of bags are prohibited.
October 4, 2019

Beginning with the Rolling Loud music festival, a new bag policy has been enacted for all U.S. festivals as a safety precaution. There are no backpacks, purses or bags allowed unless they are 12" x 6"...

Slice of Saugatuck

The Slice of Saugatuck was both a kid and adult-friendly festival. All ages found something that interested them. The festival-goers walked with smiles on their faces and food in their hands.
October 3, 2019

St. Lucia Celebration shines a light on Swedish culture in Connecticut

St. Lucia Celebration shines a light on Swedish culture in Connecticut
December 23, 2018

For a brief moment, I’d completely forgotten I was in Westport at all. Instead, standing in the back of the fully packed Christ & Holy Trinity Church as two dozen or so kids stood on stage beginning...

Governor’s Ball music festival takes over Randall’s Island

Governor’s Ball music festival takes over Randall’s Island
June 15, 2018

By Chelsea Fox ’19  and Amanda Kaplowitz ’19  

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