HONEY & WINE TO HEADLINE BLOCKTOBERFEST OCT. 19 IN DOWNTOWN GOODLAND

RICH HONEY AND WINE 2019 EVENT

Enjoy good food, hot and cold soft drinks and music at Blocktoberfest 2019 in the 1200 block of Main in Goodland Saturday, Oct. 19. Bring your entire family – and your lawn chairs.

Listen and dance to country and folk music duo Honey & Wine from 5-7 p.m. MDT/6-8 p.m. CDT. As a special treat, AIM Dance Studio dancers will perform with Honey & Wine. Enjoy food, hot and cold soft drinks at Terra Bona Hawai’ian Shaved Ice and Olde Westport Spice. After the music, head to Sherman Theatre, 1203 Main, for the evening’s movie, “Abominable”.

“We’re so excited to hold Blocktoberfest featuring Honey & Wine this year,” Mary Ellen Coumerilh of Terra Bona said. “We plan for Blocktoberfest to be an annual event every October. Please come out and enjoy.”

Honey & Wine could best be described as a duet of dear friends who pair very well together. Connie Whitlock and Rick Kuenzler bring their musical presentation to the stage with cover songs as well as with thought provoking original songs rich in substance. Their musical style blends the modern and contemporary with echoes of the traditional and classic.

Their song catalog reaches across genres. They write and compose an eclectic mix of originals from folk to bluegrass/country to rock, pop and contemporary Christian. Their songwriting versatility is undeniable, as is their well-paired styles and sound.

No stranger to bringing top-notch musical productions to the stage, Whitlock has long been known in Kansas City for putting on King Cat Music productions and the SALT & LIGHT Awards. Pair Whitlock with the distinctly country flair of Nashville Songwriters Association International songwriter/guitarist/vocalist Kuenzler and you have the exceptional flavor of Honey & Wine.

Prize drawings will also be held. Please bring your own lawn chairs. The 1200 block of Main will be closed in order to allow people to sit on the street.

Blocktoberfest 2019 is sponsored by Terra Bona Hawai’ian Shaved Ice, Olde Westport Spice, AIM Dance Studio and Sherman Theatre.

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