Tickets are now available for the 12th Annual Kingfield POPS concert scheduled for June 28 at the Kennedy Farm in Kingfield Maine. This year’s venue is sure to be a crowd pleaser headlined by the Bangor Symphony Orchestra conducted and directed by Grammy Award winner Lucas Richman. The BSO will be joined by national recording American Folk artist Jonathan Edwards. After 40 years, Edwards is still silencing audiences with his throaty tenor voice, energizing crowds Jonathan Edwardswith his toe-tapping acoustic guitars cords complimented by the melodic leads of his harmonica. The POPS concert will feature Edwards as a duo with nationally renowned arranger, composer and well known pianist Tom Snow. “Edwards’ voice is so naturally malleable that all he really needs is a song with a strong melodic hook and he’s home free” – Washington Post Ticket holders may be exposed the national artists joining symphony in a national debut of four original renditions of Jonathan Edwards songs arranged and composed specifically and exclusively for this year’s POPS concert. Kate SchrockWith six nationally released CD’s under her own label, Kingfield POPS ticket holder will enjoy the music of very talented singer songwriter Kate Schrock in a full one hour set. “Schrock is laying down some of the most thought-provoking lyrics to come out of the recent evolution in rock music. Schrock’s blend of rock, jazz, gospel and pop fuses under her voice, which soars and swoops with a quiet, yet powerful authority, defining her talent well above the other piano wielding singers pithily invading the nation.” — Kentucky Kernel PincintuThe Kingfield POPS are proud to welcoming immigrant children from around the globe. “The Pihcintu Multicultural Chorus helps restart young lives. War-torn villages, bloodshed, refugee camps, famine, and political turmoil were devastating realities for many of these young singers before being embraced by the warmth, companionship and harmony that Pihcintu provides.” –www.pihcintu.org Nationally recognized on the NBC Today Show and many other broadcasts and newspapers, the story of bringing these young women together, is a rich and rewarding story being told across the country, and seen live at the 2014 Kingfield POPS. “When they’re up there and they’re singing, all the troubles, woes and difficulties fly out the window with the notes.” – Chorus Director, Con Fullam WMTCBAs always, incoming ticket holders can enjoy the soothing sounds of the Western Mountain Trash Can Band to commence the magical evening of music in the mountains. Gate opens at 4:30 p.m. Adult tickets can be purchased for $20 prior to May 15. After May 15, $25 or $30 at the gate. Youth tickets for age 17 and younger are free of charge, thanks to our generous sponsors. Adult tickets can be purchased online at Tranten’s Family Markets, in Kingfield and Farmington, or at Showhegan Savings Bank in Kingfield and Farmington.