KINGFIELD – – Treat dad to family fun at the Kingfield POPS. The 12th Annual Kingfield POPS will take place on June 28 at the Kennedy Farm surrounded by remarkable splendor of Maine’s western mountains. Gates open at 4:30 for this captivating musical event.

The Kingfield POPS will be headlined by the Bangor Symphony Orchestra conducted and directed by Grammy Award winner Lucas Richmond. National American Folk recording artist Jonathan Edwards will be joined on stage by renowned arranger, composer and pianist Tom Snow.

Maine native Kate Schrock will share her unique style of rock, jazz, gospel and pop as she takes to the stage for a full one hour set. The Portland based Pihcintu Multicultural Chorus is a nationally recognized group of young immigrant women from around the globe. This distinctive chorus is led by award winning producer, musician and songwriter Con Fullam.

Picnics are welcome and dancing is encouraged. A musically orchestrated fireworks spectacular ends the evening. The Kingfield POPS is a fun way to share the power of music with families and friends.

Advance adult tickets are on sale for $25 and make fantastic Father’s Day gifts. Tickets for youth 17 and under are free. Tickets are available at Tranten’s and Skowhegan Savings Banks in Kingfield and Farmington. They are also available on the Kingfield POPS website, At the gate, adult tickets will be $30.

POPS logo POPS logo with tagKingfield POPS is a non-profit organization that relies heavily on sponsorships and donations to continue to move forward. Ticket sales alone cannot cover the cost of an event of this magnitude. As a major sponsor, Skowhegan Saving Bank helps to make sure this event is made possible. For more information on sponsorship, visit

The Kingfield POPS continues its mission is to provide music and arts programming for regional residents, youth and schools, as well as visitors to the area. In addition to this outdoor concert the POPS hosts an arts festival in downtown Kingfield the day of the concert. They also bring live music performances into the schools; and generate other activities that bring music and art to area audiences, create performance opportunities for musicians, and support school programs in the arts. Kingfield POPS believes that a vibrant arts environment enhances quality of life and creates opportunities for economic development.


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