Father-son duo Toscano Music Company open the 17th annual Kingfield POPS Saturday, June 29 at Kennedy Farm in Kingfield. Dominick Tuscano, at left, and Jim Tuscano are based in Auburn. Advertiser Democrat photo by Dee Menear

Walter Magee and John Hoes of Identity Crisis perform at Kingfield POPS Saturday, June 29. Advertiser Democrat photo by Dee Menear

Arthur LeBlanc of Identity Crisis talks with a fan prior to taking the Kingfield POPS stage. Advertiser Democrat photo by Dee Menear

GoldenOak wows the crowd with poetic lyrics and flowing harmonies. GoldenOak is fronted by Lena, center, and Zak Kendell, right, originally of New Sharon. Also pictured is Mike Knowles on electric bass.

Fawn Babcock, 6, of Newmarket, New Hampshire dances Saturday, June 19 at the 17th annual Kingfield POPS. She returned to the area with her dad, Josiah Babcock, just to attend the event. The Babcock’s are former residents of Carrabassett Valley but moved in August 2018. “We never miss a Kingfield POPS,” said Josiah. Advertiser Democrat photo by Dee Menear

Lena Kendell of GoldenOak sings the National Anthem, accompanied by the Bangor Symphony Orchestra. Advertiser Democrat photo by Dee Menear

Lena Kendell of GoldenOak sings the National Anthem, accompanied by the Bangor Symphony Orchestra. Advertiser Democrat photo by Dee Menear

Fawn Babcock, 67, of Newmarket, New Hampshire takes a break during the Kruger Brothers performance. Advertiser Democrat photo by Dee Menear

Bangor Symphony Orchestra Music Director and Conductor Lucas Richman welcomes the crowd to the 17th annual Kingfield POPS. Advertiser Democrat photo by Dee Menear

Adverse weather moved in before the Bangor Symphony Orchestra could complete its set at the Kingfield POPS. Organizers cleared the field to wait out the storm but ultimately decided to cancel the rest of the performance. Despite the rain, the fireworks grand finale went off as scheduled.


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