Heart and Heritage Festival

Music, arts, crafts and more -- fun for the whole family!

July 5, 4 pm to 10 pm

July 6, 10 am to 10 pm

July 7, 10 am to 2 pm

Multiple festival locations and stages provide a huge variety of music, entertainment, living history, arts, crafts, food, wine, beer, and activities. 

Something for everyone!

Festival Vendor Applications Available Now!

Artists, artisans, crafters, antiques, collectibles, vintage, memorabilia, food and more ... reserve your space early!

Featuring:

3 Stages for Music and Entertainment!
60-ft Ferris Wheel - Get a bird's-eye view of Sunbury and the Susquehanna River!
Living History Artisans and Demonstrators!
Variety of Vendors - something for everyone!

Festival Schedule

Check back frequently for updates!

Tuesday, July 5th

Festival & Ferris Wheel open 4pm to 10pm; vendors may close at 8pm

Cameron Park Gazebo
Music and Entertainment from 4pm to 8pm
Amphitheater Stage
History and Edutainment from 4pm to 7pm
4:00 pm

Hard Coal Navy

Local musician and historian, Van Wagner, tells the story of dredging for coal in the Susquehanna River in the early 1900s.

5:00 pm

Music - Van Wagner

Award-winning songwriter and educator, Van Wagner performs his original music.

http://vanwagnermusic.com/

Main Stage
Presented by
7 Mountains Media
Bigfoot Country
6:00 pm

Fully Loaded

8:00 pm

Ultimate Garth & Simply Shania

Tribute artists Kip Sweeney and Valerie Nasko deliver exciting tributes to Garth Brooks and Shania Twain!

The ultimate redneck party band. A rotating lineup of 10 local musicians makes every show unique!

Wednesday, July 6th

Festival & Ferris Wheel open 10am to 10pm; vendors may close at 8pm

Living History open 10am to 6pm

Cameron Park Gazebo
Music and Entertainment from 10am to 8pm
7:00 pm

The Sunbury City Band

Enjoy a variety of music including patriotic, Broadway, and popular!

Amphitheater Stage
History and Edutainment from 10am to 2pm; Music 2pm to 6pm
10:00 am

Reptiles: the Beautiful and the Deadly

Presented by Clyde Peeling's Reptiland with live appearances by tortoise, alligator, iguana, and snakes!

11:00 am

It's Wash Day!

The Wringer Center for Higher Learning, Bob Lee, shares antique wash day collection and knowledge of laundry from the 1700s to 1940.

Main Stage
Presented by
SBC Media

 
6:00 pm

Kinsey

Popular local favorite band plays rock, pop rock, alternative rock!

8:00 pm

TUSK

The number one tribute to Fleetwood Mac in the world, bar none!

Thursday, July 7th

Festival & Ferris Wheel open 10am to 2pm

Cameron Park Gazebo
Music and Entertainment from 10am to 2pm
Amphitheater Stage
History and Edutainment from 10am to 2pm
10:00 am

Birds of Prey

Presented by Hawk Mountain Sanctuary with live bird!