Festival Music

We might be called the ‘Nordic Trail Festival’ but that doesn’t mean we stop there! Saturday evening during the last hour of racing and late into the evening we’ve got an incredible lineup of talented local and Maine bands. Many thanks to Travis Cyr for helping us put together such an eclectic and fun line-up of music to make this festival one you’ll be remembering and planning on for years!


Saturday, July 28th The Nordic Trail Festival!

5:30 PM to 6:30 PM – Travis Cyr
6:30 PM – 6-Hour Races End
6:30 PM to 7:30 PM – Brad Hutchinson Project
7:30 PM – Awards
8:00 PM to 10:00 PM – Stephen Lewis
**Food and beer served by Governor’s Restaurant

Stephen Lewis

Stephen Lewis is a loop based power funk/hip hop muscian that has played nearly every major east coast music festival and The Maritime crowd (and beyond) are very familiar with his engaging, high energy, dance party type performances. 2016 was a breakout year for the group, with a successful international touring season including bookings at Kamp Festival in British Columbia, headlining set at Come Together Music Festival in Ontario, headlining performance at Harvest Jazz and Blues Festival in The Stingray Barracks Tent, successful performance to a large crowd at Toronto’s Legendary Horseshoe Tavern, and main stage performances at The Evolve Festival, Folly Fest, Messtival, and Midsummer Madness.

Travis Cyr

Travis Cyr has been driving his freight train of cerebral Americana folk & roots music all around the beautiful state of Maine. Quiet and gentle yet vast and strong, his songs are full of vividly honest and poetic lyrics and emotionally percussive acoustic guitar. He has broken over 2,375 strings (aprox.) played over 1400 shows and released 6 CD of all original music…”Stay Glad”

Stay Glad

Travis is also the founder of the Arootsakoostik Music Festival. He is proud to have shared the stage with Ellis Paul, Brown Bird, Spirit Family Reunion, Toughcats, Ghost of Paul Revere, Dan Blakeslee and more…he looks forward to playing for you!

“Cyr is a rare bird nowadays, a true blue folk singer in the best sense of the word.” – Emily Burnham Bangor Daily News November 2015

Brad Hutchinson Project