KINGFIELD — The Kingfield POPS, an outdoor concert, will feature the Bangor Symphony Orchestra at 4:30 p.m. Saturday, June 24, at Kennedy Farm, Depot Street.

The orchestra will be conducted by Grammy winner Lucas Richman, accompanied by Sultans of Sting and featuring Maine’s own Ghost of Paul Revere.

Audiences can expect to hear the welcoming sounds of the Western Mountain Trash Can Band at the gate, followed on stage by local talent Lula Wiles — a trio of young women who bring a spirited show that resonates like whisky slap to the heart.

Performing earlier in the program this year, the Bangor Symphony Orchestra will deliver a powerful musical experience. World class musical collaboration will once again be on stage when the Sultans of String and BSO join together to bring music delights to the field.

Following a brief intermission, New England’s own Jason Spooner band will appear with the quartet.

Ghost of Paul Revere — Maine’s’ holler-folk band will perform non-traditional America folk music to the field and will later be joined by the Maine Youth Rock Orchestra.

The event will end with a fireworks display.

Guests can bring a picnic or purchase food from a local vendor. Off street parking is required. Follow signs for POPS parking nringing a wagon or wheeled cooler will assist in getting your items to the field. No pets, open flame or fireworks are permitted.

Kingfield’s galleries and museums will open their doors Friday, June 23, to welcome visitors to the Kingfield Friday Artwalk.

Tickets will cost $25 in advance or $30 at the gate. Children 17 and younger are admitted free when accompanied by an adult.

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