Cambridge, VT– The 3rd Annual Cambridge Music Festival has been announced for Saturday September 7, 2013 at the Porter Farm located at 1867 Lower Pleasant Valley Rd in Cambridge, VT from noon till midnight. The festival, a one-day event that showcases a variety of talented musicians, singers, and songwriters from all over New England, has expanded this year to feature local vendors including food, beer/wine, craft, communal art projects, yoga and more. All proceeds from the event go towards Cambridge 360, a local non-profit organization that's mission is to raise funds from community members to cycle back into the community through projects like building a community center.

The Cambridge Music Festival has featured over 20 musicians, welcomed over 1,000 attendees, and raised over $1,000 in proceeds for Cambridge 360 in its first two years. “We are very excited to be at the majestic Porter Farm for our 3rd year as it is perhaps one of Cambridge’s most photographed landscapes and truly a perfect setting and breathtaking backdrop for the festival and all of its genuine activities to benefit Cambridge 360,” said Justin Marsh, founder of Cambridge Music Festival.

The music line-up includes pop, rock, R&B, reggae, blues, punk, folk, soul, electronic, and acoustic to name a few. Performers this year will be Josh Panda and The Hot Damned, Funkwagon, Wolfman Conspiracy, Hayley Jane & The Primates, Laura Heaberlin, Close to Nowhere, DJ Lazy Eye, Those Girls You’ve Heard About, Sharon & Kim, and Donna Joerg.

Discounted tickets are available for advanced purchase online or at the Farm Store located at 50 Main St, Jeffersonville, VT - adults $15, seniors $10, kids 7-17 $5, and under 6 free. Tickets are also available day of event – adults $20, seniors $15, kids 7-17 $5, and under 6 free.

For more information, visit or contact Justin Marsh at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 802.730.2383.

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