Scarchella Music Festival
Saturday, September 14, 2019 from 12:00 PM to 6:00 PM
West Lawn Purchase College
735 Anderson Hill Rd
Purchase, NY 10577
Saturday, September 14, 2019 from 12:00 PM to 8:00 PM (EDT)
The Greenwich Wine + Food Festival presented by PepsiCo is returning for its ninth year September 20-21 in Greenwich, CT. The annual event includes the Opening Night Gala presents “The Big Easy” honoring Martha Stewart on Friday, September 20 and a full day of food, drinks, music and fun on Saturday, September 21 on the shore of the Long Island Sound at Roger Sherman Baldwin Park in Greenwich, Connecticut.
The opening night event will showcase the culinary and music scene of New Orleans. The evening, hosted by Gary Dell’Abate (Executive Producer of The Howard Stern Show “Baba Booey”) and Rob Burnett (Five-time Emmy Award-Winning Writer- Director), will honor Martha Stewart as well as this year’s class of Serendipity Most Innovative Chefs and feature their cuisine, as well as select Ambassador Chefs.
The evening will include performances from GRAMMY award-winning Rebirth Brass Band and Kermit Ruffins & The Barbecue Swingers.
The Culinary Village, the heart of the annual event on September 21, features the Grand Tasting Tent, where guests can enjoy tastings and demonstrations from more than 150 of the area’s finest food, wine and spirits experts, as well as areas devoted to the best in burgers, BBQ, tacos and more. The 8th Annual Burger Battle and 6th Annual Top Bartender Showdown will also return, providing friendly competition between area restaurants and bars. Guests will experience sommelier, mixologist and brew master presentations, celebrity book signings, cooking demos with Special Guest Chefs, a celebrity green room with live interviews, an exclusive Meet the Masters panel discussion, The Tailgate Party with The Ultimate Taco, Burgers & Beers, and Grill Masters & BBQ. VIP ticket holders will also be treated to an exceptional dinner, prepared by Festival Ambassador Chefs in a special waterside tented area.
Confirmed celebrity talent includes Emmy Award-winner Valerie Bertinelli (Food Network’s Valerie’s Home Cooking), Geoffrey Zakarian (Chef/Partner The Lambs Club at The Chatwal and Point Royal at The Diplomat Beach Resort, Co-Host of Food Network’s The Kitchen and Judge on Chopped), Margaret Zakarian (President of Zakarian Hospitality), Marc Murphy (Food Network’s Chopped), Jessica Tom (Food Network Star season 14 winner), David Rose (Food Network Star season 13 finalist) and caterer to the stars Mary Giuliani (Mary Giuliani Catering & Events). Michael Franti & Spearhead and Little Big Town will close out the 2019 event with live musical performances on the Pepsi stage.
As always, one aspect that makes this festival unique is that proceeds benefit local and national charities; this year’s beneficiaries include Food Rescue US, a non-profit organization based in Connecticut, that is a leader in reducing both hunger and food waste in America, and the Town of Greenwich Parks & Recreation Foundation.
Tree Of Life
85 Main Street Irvington, NY 10533
85 Main Street Irvington, NY 10533
$ 65.00 – $150.00 / Age All Ages
VIP Tickets include early doors starting at 6pm, it includes food, beer & wine (21+), a pre-show with The Tree of Life Band plus 3 sets with our incredible line-up of musicians, followed by a jam session! All seating is first come first seated, in the first few rows of the theater.
General Admission Tickets include beer & wine (21+) and 3 sets with our incredible line-up of musicians, followed by a jam session! All seating is first come first seated.
VIP Doors: 6pm
GA Doors: 7:30pm
Our musician line-up includes: Elliott Peck, Grahame Lesh, Alex Koford, Tash Neal, Jesse Bardwell, Nathan Graham, Hayley Jane, Ryan Dempsey, Karina Rykman, Joe Cirotti, Alex Jordan & Chris Crosby
The Tree of Life Fund was created to support the students at Ferncliff Manor, a 501c3 educational and residential facility in Yonkers, NY, that serves children and young adults with profound developmental disabilities. Established in 2014, the Tree of Life Fund began as an annual live music event which raised critical funds for the continued needs of Ferncliff’s students, residential facility and programs.Supported today by five years of epic events performed by dedicated artists, the fund has grown to a point where it is now designated to building a musical and performance event venue which will exist to support housing and employment opportunities for adults with developmental disabilities in Westchester County.
The Tree of Life Community Service Award Recipients include Tayna Turpin Hunt, Robert Grados, Laurie Vander Hart Birrittella, Ed Gorel & Chase Taylor
The 7th Annual Addicted To Ink New York Tattoo Con will be taking place September 27th – 29th at the Westchester County Center in White Plains.
Hundreds of the worlds best Tattoo Artists, Piercers, and Vendors will be on hand all three days including favorites from all the reality tattoo shows. Come meet your favorite artists, get tattooed, take part of our live events, or just check out all the awesome merchandise the vendors and Artists have to offer while hanging out and partying.
We will have daily tattoo contests, live sideshow + contortion acts, live painting, the annual Miss Inked NY pageant, and lots more TBA!
Families are welcome and kids 10 and under get in free!
Tickets will be available at the door all weekend long.
Check out www.WestchesterTattooCon.com for more info.
Artist and Vendor booths are booking now.
The Venue is located minutes from New York City, New Jersey, and Conecticut. The train from Manhattan stops right at the venue and several major highways are down the street making travel from NYC, CT, NJ, PA, MA, and more a breeze.
Show hours are:
Friday: 3pm – Midnight
Saturday: Noon – 11pm
Sunday: Noon – 8pm
Tickets will be available day of at the door. We wanted to help keep tickets affordable without those stupid Ticketmaster service charges.
Three Day Pass 45.00*
Museums, Historic Homes & Event Space
The Greenburgh Nature Center has a line-up of fun, educational activities for the nature lovers. Check the calendar for all that’s going on.
Lyndhurst, also known as the Jay Gould estate, is a Gothic Revival country house that sits in its own 67-acre park beside the Hudson River in Tarrytown, New York at 635 S Broadway, Tarrytown, NY 10591
Directions & Parking – See Lyndhurst Grounds Map
Located at 735 Anderson Hill Rd., Purchase. (914) 251-6100
View the event calendar for lectures and special exhibits.
Westchester County Center has an array of events from sporting competitions to food and collector expos to unique theme trade shows. See website for more detail
****Please note: We make every effort to ensure the accuracy of this information. However, you should always call ahead to confirm dates, times, location, and other information.