The schedule for the inaugural World Day of Music Festival, slated for Wednesday night in Downtown Bradford has been released.
Main Street will close from Kennedy Street to Chambers Street beginning at 4:00pm to allow for setup. While some festivities will start a little earlier in the day, including a reed clinic by Vandoren at Wright’s Music Shed, the main event will begin at 5:00pm and run until 8:30pm
Four stage areas will host live performances throughout the night. Stage A will be located on Main Street in front of Santo Vida, Stage B will be located in PNC’s large parking lot area, Stage C will be located between PNC and Curves, and Stage D will be located in the food court area on Chambers Street. The food court on Chambers Street will be open for the duration of the event, and vendor booths will also be available for demonstrations and displays at that time. The performance schedule for the night is as follows.
5:00-5:30 Dr. David Myslewski –Stage A
5:00-5:45 Olean High School String Ensemble-Stage C
5:00-6:00 Crown-Stage D
5:30-6:15 WMC Jazz Band-Stage B
6:00-6:30 Drum Circle-Stage C
6:00-7:00 Marshmellow Overcoat-Stage A
6:15-7:15 Crook Farm Band- Stage D
6:30-7:00 Bagpipers-Stage B
7:15-8:15 Twin Tiers Concert Band-Stage B
7:30-8:30 Marshmellow Overcoat-Stage A
7:30-8:30 Southern Tier Symphony-Stage C
7:30-8:30 Howard Foster Band-Stage D.
An information booth will be located in front of PNC for the night to help festival goers find their way. Brochures outlining the night’s performances, along with a map will be available at this booth.