TICKET SALES END at midnight OCTOBER 5 so we have a firm headcount for dinner.
Susquehanna Folk teams up with Beshore Hill Farm and the New Cumberland Collective to present an autumn evening with delicious local foods and a concert with Colin Cutler, our 2022 Emerging Artist. Colin is a terrific (and wickedly funny) singer and songwriter, a gardener, and a collector of spooky murder ballads.
Saturday, October 15, 2022Arrive 5:00 pm - Dinner 5:30 pmUS Eastern TimeConcert follows dinner & sunset
Beshore Hill Farm411 Gurtner Rd, New Cumberland, PA 17070 (Fairview Township, south of New Cumberland) GoogleMap Easily accessible from I-83!
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