Tickets: $30, $25, $10 ($32, $27, $10 at Door)
“Tom Paxton’s songs are so powerful and lyrical, written from the heart and the conscience, and they reach their mark, our most inner being … they are beautiful and timeless, and meant for every age.” – Judy Collins
Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award-winner and folk icon Tom Paxton teams up with the Grammy-winning singer/songwriter duo The DonJuans – Don Henry & Jon Vezner. After 56 years of performing around the world and writing and recording innumerable songs and recordings, Tom Paxton has found yet another outlet for his creativity. He has joined his friends and songwriting colleagues in a writing and performing experience calculated to keep them too busy to get into trouble.
Paxton has performed thousands of concerts in venues ranging from coffeehouses in Greenwich Village to Albert Hall in London and Carnegie Hall in New York. He has done more than 50 concert tours in England, Wales, Scotland, and Ireland and has recorded more than 50 albums of his own songs. Hundreds of other artists have recorded his songs, including Bob Dylan; Johnny Cash; Willie Nelson; Dolly Parton; Judy Collins; John Denver; Joan Baez; and Peter, Paul and Mary.
In the nearly 25 years since “Where’ve You Been” -- their song which was recorded by Kathy Mattea and was the first song in country music history to sweep all major “song of the year” honors -- Don Henry & Jon Vezner have performed in venues from New York’s Bottom Line to Nashville’s Bluebird Café. They have shared stages with artists as diverse as Joey Ramone, John Hartford, Michael Johnson, and David Crosby and their songs have been recorded by a multitude of artists including Janis Ian, Ray Charles, John Mellencamp, and Miranda Lambert, to name a few. Working as a duo, the DonJuans offer an impressive array of songs, experience, and gifted musicianship.
Admission $30.00 ($32 at Door)
Golden Link Members $25.00 ($27 at Door)
Students $10.00; Children 12 and under FREE
Doors open at 6:45 pm
Note: Online Ticket Sales will end 24 hours before the concert. Tickets can also be purchased at the door on the day of the concert.
• This is an alcohol and smoke free event. •WHENNovember 17, 2018 at 7:30pmWHERERochester Christian Reformed Church
2750 Atlantic Ave
Penfield, NY 14526
Google map and directions
Online and US Mail Ticket Sales have ended.
Tickets can be still be purchased at the Festival gate.
Tickets at the Gate
Tickets can be purchased in person at the Festival for the "At Gate" prices listed below.
Admission Prices Member Non-Member Children 12 or Under Ticket Type Advance At Gate Advance At Gate Any Time All-Weekend Festival Pass $62 $75 $72 $85 Free! Friday Night Only $29 $34 $32 $37 Free! Saturday - Day Only
(ends 5:30 pm)
$15 $15 $18 $18 Free! Saturday Night Only
(begins 4 pm)
$29 $34 $32 $37 Free! Sunday $15 $15 $18 $18 Free! Accommodations Accommodation Type Price Children 12 or Under "Field" Camping for RVs or Tents $10 / site (covers one or both nights) Included Bunkhouse Beds $15 / person per night Free!
Dan and Maureen Kuchta posted about Invoice Festival 2018 on Facebook 2018-05-17 16:17:59 -0400Just purchased my tickets to this year's Turtle Hill Folk Festival!
Click on the map above for Google directions to the Turtle Hill Folk Festival. It will be held at the Rotary Sunshine Campus in Rush, south of Rochester at the following address:
Rotary Sunshine Campus,
809 Five Points Road, Rush, NY 14543
For written directions, and detailed information about the campus from their web site, click here: Rotary Sunshine Campus Website
Golden Link Folk Singing Society is fortunate to hold our festival at this terrific facility with a long history of hosting differently-abled youngsters for a residential summer camp experience. Therefore, it is wheelchair accessible — from paved paths and no steps, to modern bathroom facilities.
If rough-camping isn't your style, but you'd like to stay on the grounds to partake of all the festival has to offer, you might want to consider taking advantage of the bunkhouse style cabins available on the grounds for a modest fee.
Cabins have beds on either side, separated by a lounge, and a bathroom accessible to either side. Users will be assigned to a cabin, but may select their bed, first come, first served. GLFSS is not responsible for your personal belongings and cabins will not be locked at anytime. Bring sleeping bags, blankets, pillows, linens, etc. as you would for camping. All bathrooms provide hot water, hand soap and showers. Cabins are heated as needed.
These are not luxury accommodations, and there is a certain absence of privacy as everything is shared space, except for toilets of course. We will establish one cabin for women, one for men and one for families. Additional cabins may be utilized based on interest and availability.
Cabins are ideal for those wishing to stay at the festival site all weekend but prefer an indoor sleeping arrangement as opposed to dealing with all that’s needed to set up a camping area in the open field.
- The Rotary Sunshine Campus is completely wheelchair accessible. Paved paths, no steps, and modern bathroom facilities make this facility friendly to the differently abled.
- Pets, other than service animals, are prohibited.
- Alcoholic beverages are prohibited.
- Open fires are prohibited.
Space is available for vendors to set up a booth on the grounds near the main concert hall. Potential vendors can contact our Festival Vendor Coordinator, Jantina Cornelison by Clicking Here.
Camp grounds are available for $10 per site for tent camping or RVs. This is rough camping only, with no hookups for RVs. Hot showers and bathrooms are available to campers in the building next to the pool. Those bringing RVs are required to move their tow vehicles to the parking lot after setting up.
Heated bunkhouse-style cabin accommodations with attached bath & showers are available for a small fee. See the Tickets and Fees page for prices. Cabins will be gender-specific for Men, Women, Families/Co-ed. Detailed information on the cabins can be found here: Detailed Cabin Information
Presented by the Golden Link Folk Singing Society
September 7, 8, and 9, 2018
A great weekend of music featuring concerts, workshops, singing, jamming, food, and fun!
- FRIDAY AT 7:00 PM
- (Click on performer for more details, video, etc.)
Deep-grooving acoustic music, quirky songs, and rich harmonies from Jeffrey Pepper Rodgers and Wendy Sassafras Ramsay, joined by percussionist Josh Dekaney. More info ...
The dynamic trio of Dan Berggren, Peggy Lynn, and Dan Duggan perform original and traditional music of the Adirondack Mountains, blending folk, blues, ballads, gospel, dance tunes, and humor for a guaranteed good time. More info ...
Hilarious, entertaining, and insightful story songs from this singer, songwriter, guitarist, recording artist, author, and videographer. “A garrulous comic observer of contemporary manners.” says the NY Times. More info ...
Matthew Corrigan and his brother performed as a duo as part of Golden Link's New Voices Emerging Artists Showcase at the Turtle Hill Folk Festival in September 2015 and we are pleased to welcome Matt back to this year's festival. More info ...
- SATURDAY AT 7 PM
- (Click on performer for more details, video, etc.)
Seamlessly weaving together spirituals, songs of the Underground Railroad, Civil Rights anthems, work and slave songs, blues, and original songs that bring people together. More info ...
Called “one of America’s premier fiddling talents” (Mother Jones), Molsky is a Grammy-nominated artist on fiddle, banjo, guitar, and song, known for collaborations with Mark Knopfler, Andy Irvine, and Donal Lunny, among others. He will be joined by banjo player Allison de Groot. More info ...
Join us at the Rotary Sunshine Campus, 809 Five Points Rd., Rush NY (30 minutes south of Downtown Rochester)
Rain or Shine! All Events under cover.
- Post-concert fireside singalong Friday & Saturday nights
- Saturday & Sunday daytime workshops and mini-concerts
- Saturday Afternoon Contra dance with Jamcrackers and caller
- Grand finale with all the featured performers Sunday at 2:00 pm
- Food and craft vendors
- Heated bunkhouses with attached bath & showers or rough camping sites (no hookups)
- Nature trails, two playgrounds, and mini-golf on site
- All facilities are wheelchair accessible
This is a family friendly, alcohol-free, smoke-free, and pet-free event.
We encourage you to bring children and grandchildren to the Festival. Children 12 and under are free! There will be activities designed specifically for kids.
Links to Additional Information:
Tickets - View pricing and purchase tickets online or through US mail
Schedule - Detailed schedule of concerts, mini-concerts, and workshops
Location - Maps and directions to Festival and parking areas
Food - Our on-site food and snack offerings during the Festival
Site Info - Camping information and other details about the Festival site
Volunteer - Other than the performers, the festival is an all-volunteer event. Lend a hand by signing up here!
Last Year's Festival:
If you'd like to get more of a feel for what to expect at our Turtle Hill Folk Festival, watch the video from last year's festival below: