(WNY News Now) – The Village of Geneseo will come alive on October 21 as the Hoochenanny Festival celebrates New York’s whiskey culture with a diverse blend of music, craft spirits, local heritage, and entertainment, featuring a headlining performance by The Struts.
Geneseo – New York State is gearing up for its first-ever Hoochenanny Festival, an event poised to unite music enthusiasts and whiskey aficionados in the heart of the Village of Geneseo on October 21. Headlining the festival is the British rock sensation, The Struts, renowned for their electrifying performances that promise to add a jolt of energy to the festivities.
Hoochenanny Festival is not just about the music; it’s a celebration of New York’s craftsmanship culture. With an eclectic lineup that includes masked instrumental surf rockers Los Straitjackets, the Sam Grisman Project featuring Garcia and Grisman’s music, and the dynamic sounds of Public Water Supply, attendees can expect a night of creativity and shared joy.
Tommy Brunett, CEO and co-founder of Iron Smoke Distillery and the visionary behind Hoochenanny, emphasized that the festival aims to deliver an extraordinary experience that ignites the senses and celebrates the art of craft. Ticket options range from $39.99 to $350, all of which include access to The Struts’ performance. However, attendees must be 21 or older to enjoy the festival’s craft whiskey offerings, including tastings at the exclusive Rickhouse Rendezvous.
Hoochenanny Festival promises to be a vibrant blend of music, culture, bourbon, and craftmanship, a testament to New York’s unique spirit and heritage.