Gather at the Gathering at Chaffee's

Categories:  Music    Events
Wednesday, July 22nd, 2015 at 10:25 AM

The Gathering at Chaffee’s is one local music festival that tons of folks from around here wait, with happy anticipation (and with good reason), all year long for.

And this year’s time for Gathering is coming on Friday, July 24 and Saturday, July 25.

Keeping it small-ish, but continuing to spread out a little to keep including more and bigger regional and national acts, the 2015 Gathering lineup (like last year’s) is a veritable who’s-who of both well-established favorites and up-and-coming jam and rock masters, including The Heavy Pets, Consider the Source, Spiritual Rez, Big Something, Conehead Buddha, and the Hornitz, just to name just a few.

Chaffee’s is one worth checking out for sure, a place where you can get good and comfortable right off the bat, and, after that, get set for plenty of awesome tunes and positive vibes. – Ryan Smith

 8296 Mill St., Girard // thegatheringatchaffees.com.

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