MILFORD - The Milford Music Fest has 30 venues lined up for this year’s event which will be held on June 27-29th.  Over 36 bands will be performing on the streets of the borough of Milford. 
    Park your car and walk to all venues.  The live music kicks off Thursday evening at the Waterwheel Café & Bar with their famous blues jam and continues Friday evening, 10 a.m.-10 p.m. on Saturday and 10:30 a.m.- 4 p.m. on Sunday.
      A few event highlights are Friday evening at the Milford Theatre with PikeStock 3 starting at 7:30 p.m.  On Saturday the Jorgenson’s at the Dimmick Inn will once again host their infamous “Brooklin Day Block Party”.  Also on Friday starting at 7 p.m. and Saturday from 2 p.m. to 9 p.m., the Dairy Bar on West Harford will have an indie stage with seven bands. 
   The Hotel Fauchère will feature live music on its porch. On Saturdayfrom 1 to 4 p,m,, the Hotel Fauchère will showcase Christopher Graham, a composer and classically trained pianist whose anthology ranges from the 50’s to the present with a blues edge and unique improvisations in addition to his haunting original compositions.
    On Sunday from 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m, the Hotel Fauchère will feature “Wooden Spoon,” a local band with a great following for its easy-going soft acoustic rock led by guitarist and New Jersey native Carl Ferriere and Gary Sanguinetti as lead guitar and vocalist.   
Contact  or call 570-409-1212 for reservations or questions.
     A listing of all of all the venues and music can be found on their website –  
  The types of music being performed include: Blues, Rock, Jazz, big band, hip-hop, folk, Irish, Polka and Indie.  "There is something for everyone and everything for music lovers.
Come listen, shop, eat and enjoy all that is Milford, PA," said organizers.
    Established in 2002, as the “Milford Jazz Festival”, which was re-established in 2013 as the “Milford Music Festival”, this major annual event brings thousands of people to the Milford borough to enjoy boutique shopping, great restaurants and lots of live music. 
  "The Milford Music Fest committee strives to give back wherever possible by supporting other non-profit organizations in the Pike County community," said organizers.