Friday, August 29th

Vendors Open 4 PM

Fire House Friends 4-5 PM

Local emergency first responders who have been singing together for roughly 25 years play a variety of music, including gospel, southern, and country.

Beer Garden Opens 5 PM

Clifton’s Festival Beer Tent features craft brews and taster’s favorites as well as a wide selection of classic brand names. The tent is open as long as the music is playing, so come and kick back with a cold one, the entertainment’s on us. Bring your ID.

Meg Renee 5-6 PM

Local singer/songwriter performs her original music influenced by pop, folk, and blues.

Raggedy Edge 6-7 PM

From Big Band, classic country, and rock, to new adult contemporary songs – as well as own original tunes of many genres.

The Hoppers 7-9 PM

Six-piece rock and roll band from Yellow Springs performs high-energy renditions of your favorites from the ‘50s and ‘60s.

Travis Williams Band 9:30-11 PM

Country favorites, along with original rock & southern music. The band was ranked in the top 15 for Dayton’s Top Local Bands.

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Saturday, August 30th

Vendors Open 10 AM

Chainsaw Carving Demonstration 10:30 AM

Stop by the teepee to watch a live demonstration of the unique art of chainsaw carving!

Beer Garden Opens 11 AM

Clifton’s Festival Beer Tent features craft brews and taster’s favorites as well as a wide selection of classic brand names. The tent is open as long as the music is playing, so come and kick back with a cold one, the entertainment’s on us. Bring your ID.

Eddie Rowe 11 AM-1 PM

A wide repertoire of songs played on his acoustic 12-string guitar, including rock, pop, blues and more.

Ty Cooper 1-2 PM

Singer/songwriter from Pitchin, Ohio, writes and performs Americana, folk, and alternate country music.

Kyle Elderidge 2-3 PM

Western swing, rockabilly, pop punk, and folk music bring back long-lost musical traditions of early to mid-20th Century Americana.

Kenzie Chapman 3-4 PM

Local singer/songwriter performs folk and ballads with an amazing voice.

91 Charlie 4-5 PM

All US military veterans, the group plays a wide range of music including country and classic rock.

“Adopt a Healthy Duck” 5 PM

Come to the Greene County Combined Health District booth to adopt a “Healthy Duck”. Then watch as they race down the mill race at the Historic Clifton Mill. Sponsors of the winning ducks will receive great prizes. Donations go to support the Health District.

Controversy for Breakfast 5-6:30 PM

A “bluegrass-ish,” band from Xenia, OH, plays music with a unique, aggressive, country sound.

Wyatt McCubbin 7-9 PM

An up-and-coming country music singer and songwriter with a mature voice beyond his 20 years of age. Wyatt has opened up for greats like Merle Haggard & George Jones, playing with an outlaw spirit and a passion to keep country alive.

Soul Fire Tribe (Fire Dancers) 9-9:30 PM

A fire dance performance group from Yellow Springs. The show is captivating and fun for all ages.

Spanish Tony Sanchez 9:30-11 PM

Blends of sounds representing diverse personalities and musical influences for a sound like no other that makes you boogie and headbang, often in the same song!

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Ongoing

Kids Activity Area.

Bring home a hand-made craft or two. Earn a prize for enjoying yard games and other fun activities!

  • Face Painting
  • Crafts and Coloring
  • Lawn Bowling
  • Hula Hoops
  • Putting Green
  • Contests
  • Jump Ropes
  • Bean Bags and more!

Ice Cream Social

Come to the Shoebox Theatre located inside the old Clifton School Building for an ice cream social. Donations will be accepted for the ice cream and home made desserts. Proceeds will benefit the Presbyterian Community Outreach.

Carroll Halliday Lincoln Driven to Give Event

Help raise funds to maintain the historic village buildings by taking a short test drive in a Lincoln.  For every family who has a member test drive one of the vehicles parked in front of the Opera House across from the Gazebo, Carroll Halliday Ford/Lincoln will make a donation to the Village.

Clifton Gorge Display

Look for the Clifton Gorge display in the gazebo for information on this beautiful local attraction – and while you are here take a short walk on the trail!