Bands, dancers and acrobats headed for Open Sky

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SUMNER — Open Sky Farm will serve up old-time music with a new twist, fire spinning, dance and aerial acrobatics on Saturday, May 14.

Performing will be Sean Mencher and his Rhythm Kings, Johnny Crashed and the Rednecks, Lazzlo, and Girls Guns & Glory.

Girls Guns & Glory blends sonic concoctions under the umbrella of Americana, mixing country twang with the genuine sentiment of rock and folk.

Lazzlo offers an eclectic mix of Americana, funk, blues, bluegrass and tinges of country.

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Sean Mercher and His Rhythm Kings, based in Portland, plays classic 1950s-style rockabilly music.

Johnny Crashed and His Rednecks have just emerged from 15 years of seclusion to perform songs of heartache, redemption, revolution and Jesus. The band will feature original music and hard strumming by Johnny Crashed on guitar; Zig-Zag on dobro, keyboard, harmonica, melodica and saxophone; Jah-Sun, stand-up punk rock bass; Jezzable, vocals; Shambo, drums/percussion; and special guests on mandolin.

The evening will also feature fire dancing and aerials by The Claudia LaGuardia Experience, dance performances by Sky Dancing and Neveah Dance Company, a drum circle and food by Divided Sky Cafe.

Doors will open at 4 p.m. with music beginning at 6 o’clock. For tickets, $10, visit www.cowpastureproductions.com/. Children under 12 admitted free.

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