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The Bands

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Cluster Pluck
ClusterPluck
Americana's wild child, ClusterPluck, mixes bluegrass, folk, rock, and country into a hearty sonic stew. Throwing tradition aside, they utilize banjo, guitar, bass, violin, mandolin, and dobro. This four piece band from St. Louis, MO produces an up-beat, grassy energy with a little country jam for listeners of all ages to savor.
Quotes

"Clusterpluck is instead firmly within the “newgrass” sub-genre of bluegrass music, the fusion of old-time bluegrass with other genres such as pop, jazz and world music."

- J. Vorel, Harlod Review.com
The Burney Sisters
Olivia and Emma are a dynamic sister duo with an indie folk/pop sound. Their sound is reminiscent of The Avett Brothers, First Aid Kit, and The Staves with soul piercing sibling harmonies. Their EP is found on iTunes.


Quotes

"Being able to hear the girls live was amazing! The sheer talent of playing, singing, and writing their own music is something to be seen and they are rising stars!"















Hillary Fitz Band
Hillary Fitz Band
Half mad scientist, half musician. Hillary Fitz is a Saint Louis native, and has traveled the world in search of love, music, and the best spaghetti. Now based out of Saint Louis, Fitz brings her most recent adventures in Spain and the Panamanian jungle back home. Fitz is a sensation. With a voice grown in the heartland and a soul nurtured ‘round the world.
Quotes

"She has a truly unique and soulful singing voice that touts a wide range of styles. Her voice carries a classic old-world vibe, it’s hard not to fall in love with her at the first note." - sound of stl

Tom Irwin
Tom Irwin
For over thirty five years Tom Irwin has been taking experiences, turning them into songs, and giving those songs life through performances and recordings. The 58 year-old singer-songwriter opened for Willie Nelson & Family at the 2001 Illinois State Fair Grandstand and has performed with many other popular artists, including Ryan Adams, Billy Bob Thornton, Robbie Fulks, Rosie Flores, Wayne Hancock and Chuck Prophet.

Quotes

"A modern day troubadour"

- John Stirratt (Wilco)
The Bottlesnakes
The Bottlesnakes
Specializing in 20s and 30s piano/guitar blues from St. Louis and beyond. Performing originals, low-down blues, raucous stomps and ragged hokum.


Quotes

"It is tried and true when a city tickler and a country picker get together something special is bound to result. This duo is no exception."

- ReverbNation

The Root Diggers
The Root Diggers
Traditional Old Time Stringband music is our specialty! We play dances, concerts, parties, weddings and everything in between. If you love old time music, you will love what we do. Come out to a show and hear our great blend of Ozark and Appalachian traditional music! We are available for bookings and would love to entertain at your next event.

Quotes

"It’s always the right time for Ole Time Music. Amazing sounds to say the least"

Mt. Thelonious
Mt. Thelonious
MT. THELONIOUS knew they wanted to pay tribute to their mutual influence, American jazz legend Thelonious Monk. Though their sound is rooted the sounds and melodies of indie folk, they share the values and inventive energy of their namesake.

Quotes

"Neo-bluegrass, neo-folk, neo-jam bands are the scourge of open mic nights and Tiny Desk concerts, but when a fresh take on the fiddling and strumming comes around, the labels really do peel away."

- River Front Times
Sadie Hawkins Day
Sadie Hawkins Day
Traditional instrumental melodies & homegrown vocal harmonies on old folk ballads, banjo songs, & old country standards of love & heartbreak, moonshine & madness, murder & mayhem, trucks & trains, & random oddments. We go old-school on Americana for sure, but don't be surprised to hear us do something from Neil Young or The Band once in a while.
Wild Horse
Wild Horse
Pat & Rob have been jamming together for 20 years, and practicing for just a few weeks. Both former members of the trio, Cimmaron, they've played to thousands from local bars to big stages.


Quotes

"They are a melting pot of Country, Bluegrass and Americana in the America / Eagles vein. They feature beautiful vocal harmonies, percussive strumming, fluid lead playing and solid bass playing."

- Guitar World / Extreme Guitar Magazine
The Peoples
The People's
The People's, aka Jack and Tracey Semelsberger , the core duo of the band have been performing for the People's for over 8 years under this particular band name, but have been making music together for over 20 years under other various band names and music styles.


Quotes

"Goodtimes are always had when The People’s are playin. Can’t wait to see them again!"


One Way Traffic
One Way Traffic
One Way Traffic is St. Louis’ newest Americana/Grassroots super group. Stacked with seasoned musicians with over 30 years of musical training and education between them. Their unique way of blending multiple genres speaks volume for the sound they are able to produce.


Quotes

"These guys are AWESOME!!! Fantastic and talented-- they bring a great vibe with them!! "

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Cluster Pluck
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Hillary Fitz Band
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The People's
One Way Traffic
One Way Traffic

The Bands

Schedule

Band Schedule

Vendors

Drinks

Pinckney Bend Pinckney Bend Distillery
New Haven's own award-winning Pinckney Bend Distillery.

Vendors

Food




Hermann

Hermann is 14 miles out from Festival.


In the heart of wine country, Hermann has dozens of lodging facilities. See the Hermann Area Chamber of Commerce Site for a full list.

Frequently Asked Questions

FAQ

YES please. And/or a blanket!
Your wristband will grant you entry and re-entry all day long. Bands cannot be transferred to another person.
The Town Hall will have veggie burgers and soem veggie appetizers, and Hillbilly Phillies has some fantastic vegetarian fare!
The Town Hall - and New Haven Music Fest - is on the property of Cedar Creek, a unique lodging facility offering hotel rooms and several external lodges that can be rented for the night, for the weekend, or anytime. Call (855) 778-7222 to reserve your room. When we run out of rooms, we'll be happy to refer you to a local partner!
The festival starts at 12:00 and the bands start playing at 1:00.
We do not allow outside beer or liquor or coolers on the property. Don't worry though. We will have plenty of affordable options for food and drink for everyone!
Yes! Children 12 and under also receive free admission.

Sunscreen, maybe. Hat. Perhaps bug spray. Blanket and/or lawn chairs. Comfy, dancin shoes.

No need to bring a water bottle - we will have water stations! If you do bring a water bottle, we reserve the right to smell it.

While the Town Hall accepts all credit cards, the booths may or may not and we do NOT have an ATM so bringing a little cash probably isn't a bad idea.

The Past

2017 Videos

Woodshine


The Woodsmiths


The Root Diggers


The Mighty Pines


The Dust Covers


The Bottlesnakes


Sadie Hawkins Day


Randle Chowning


Oak, Steel, & Lightning


Lonesome Pines


Hillary Fitz Band


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Here We Grow
Contact Info
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1401 Olive Rd., New Haven, MO

cedarcreektownhall@gmail.com

(573) 237-3672

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