But for Canton, there's something more on the way with a bit of musical flavor.
The Life is Good Festival is set to return to Prowse Farm in Canton on Sunday, Sept. 21-22, according to the Life is Good Festival webpage, and will feature performances by several renowned artists, including the following:
- Jack Johnson
- Daryl Hall & John Oates
- Yo Gabba Gabba!
- The Roots
- Amos Lee
- Jesse Dee
- Trampled By Turtles
- Preservation Hall Jazz Band
- Quinn Sullivan
- Lake Street Dive
- Thao & The Get Down Stay Down
- Gentlemen Hall
- Good Old War
- Delta Rae
Jack Johnson will perform Sunday while the Roots and Daryl Hall & John Oates perform at Saturday’s show. For a schedule of performances, visit the Life is Good site or check out the attached schedule.
The two-day festival, which also serves as a fundraiser, will be held at Prowse Farm in Canton.
The event will feature four stages of music, hands-on games, interactive arts activities and the "Good Kids" zone, or a haven for the top acts in kids entertainment.
One hundred percent of the funds raised and profits from the event will go towards the The Life is Good Kids Foundation.
Last year, The Life is good Festival raised $1 Million for the Life is Good Playmakers.
Over 60,000 optimists watched the festival and artists including the Dave Matthews Band performed to sold-out crowds at Prowse Farm and an additional 30,000 viewers tuned into the live webcast on Lifeisgood.com.
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