Coal and Coke Heritage Music Festival tickets available at regional outlets
Tickets for the September 19 Coal and Coke Heritage Festival will be available beginning Monday, August 31, at several regional outlets and by telephone for anyone wishing to purchase tickets for $10 in advance. Tickets at the gate will be $15. Children age 4 and younger get in free.
The annual festival runs from noon to dusk on Saturday, September 19, and features music, ethnic foods, regional arts and crafts, and a free Kiddie Koal Mine children’s area.
Grammy-winner Michelle Branch will be the headliner at the festival. Other performers include The Fabulous Hubcaps, Harold Betters, NewLanders, the Augsburg German Band, SNAP!, Bobby Reed & Jerry Onesi Trio, Stereotype, and a variety of local music and dance ensembles.
Coal and Coke Heritage Music Festival tickets are being sold at Centra Bank offices in southwestern Pennsylvania and West Virginia, at the State Theater in Uniontown, at Penn State Fayette, The Eberly Campus, and by phone at 724-430-4101. On September 12 and 13 tickets also will be available at Uniontown Mall.
The Coal and Coke Heritage Music Festival debuted last year designed to celebrate the unique heritage of southwestern Pennsylvania’s coal and coke history and heritage. Penn State Fayette is located on Route 119 between Uniontown and Connellsville, Pa.