McMillan Orchards hosted the intimate event for fans of folk, roots, blues, bluegrass and ragtime music.
Around 50 people showed up to enjoy the shows and sunshine this year.
The show ended with all the musicians joining in a tribute performance to Earl Scruggs and Doc Watson.
This year’s performance was dedicated to Steve Bakos, a well known musician from the Dundee area and a dedicated participant and collaborator, who is currently in recovery after being in a motorcycle accident a few months ago.
“We missed him a lot while organizing the festival since he was an active part in our media team. Also, he’s always there to install the equipment and the site. But most of all, we miss the man, it’s so easy to work with him and everyone appreciates him,” says Anne-Marie Samson, a member of the festival team.
The Apple Hollow Music Fest is a non-profit organization designed to promote local talent and help youth develop their talents, its mission is to“…promote our historical past and continue to develop the cultural richness of the valley.”
Stay tuned for next year’s event, which will be just as fun, friendly and intimate.