Where to go on Saturday night


Festival Performances finish at 6 pm. After you’ve had supper you can head over to the Princeton Legion (170 Bridge St.) for a performance by The Tired Sunday Choir, organized by the Princeton & District Community Arts Council.

The Tired Sunday Choir

Energetic folk rock with melody and a familiar twang, Jay Gavin and The Tired Sunday Choir are a boot stomping, rollicking good time. With a knack for hooks and sing-along lyrics, Jay’s well-crafted songs feel old and true, ragged but real with the noticeable influence of his heroes like John Prine, Roger Allen Wade, Hayes Carll and Fred Eaglesmith. The Tired Sunday Choir’s brand of barrel-aged folk, transports audiences with their porch-sittin’, kitchen party vibe and gets everyone hootin’ and hollerin’.


Doors open at 8 pm.

Music until midnight.

Admission $5