Vermont band to play CastletonJuly 29,2013Staff Report
CASTLETON — Vermont-based band Atlantic Crossing will take the stage at 7 p.m. Tuesday as part of the 18th Annual Castleton Concert Series.
The band has been together more than 18 years with their traditional songs and acoustic instrumental music. Their songs are rooted deeply in the Celtic, French and maritime Canadian musical traditions.
Atlantic Crossing has appeared in numerous festivals and concert series, touring frequently across the country and the United Kingdom.
The concert at the Castleton State College Pavilion is free and open to the public.
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