Clinton Art & Music Fest 2009

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The Clinton Art and Music Festival is an annual festival celebrating and showcasing a diverse blend of independent music, art, performance art, and community. The festival provides a forum for independent musicians, fans, and creative minds to keep the inspiration and imagination alive that both music and the arts provide. The telling of a story through a song or art has an impact and long lasting effects in our daily lives. They try to promote these effects in hopes that people will continue to use music and the arts to learn, entertain, inspire, and open new doors in their lives.

The Art and Music Festival will be held in the New England style community of Clinton, New York on August 29th, 2009 from 10:00 am to 11:00 pm. This is an exciting event featuring a diverse lineup of musicians, art and more.

The Art and Music Festival features more than 40 artists performing non stop at 7 locations most genres are accepted, including alternative, bluegrass, blues, Cajun/zydeco, Celtic, electronic, experimental, folk/traditional, freestyle, funk, Gothic, indie, jazz, jam band, novelty, punk, rap/hip hop, reggae, rockabilly, rock, ska, soul/r&b, swing, spoken word, comedy, and world.

An amazing array of food, art and merchandise vendors will make the festival easy to enjoy. The festival is a collaborative effort between Melodic Revolution Records and The Clinton Chamber of Commerce.

Lighting and sound are provided. There is no monetary compensation and/or travel reimbursement provided for artists, however all artists are encouraged to sell swag like CDs & t-shirts (the promoters do not take a percentage of the profit). You may even place a donation fund container by merchandise or stage.

This yearÂ’s sponsors include Melodic Revolution Records, Clinton Chamber of Commerce, Kirkland Art Center, Life & Times of Utica, Big Apple Music, Ramada and many others.

This festival is promoted on over a dozen websites like Soundclick, Blogger, Twitter (, Facebook, MySpace ( and Music Is Our Voice ( just to name but a few.