Darrell Elmer Rodgers and Rick Heyman are performing as a duo at the Glendale Folk and Heritage Festival this weekend!
We will be appearing on the “Maintenance Shed” stage on SUNDAY, 24 March at 11AM. Clink the image below for a link to the festival website.
Sahuaro Ranch Park – Driving Directions
DIRECTIONS TO THE MAIN ENTRANCE
9805 N. 59th Avenue
59th Avenue and Mountain View Road
North of Glendale Community College
From Phoenix and the East Valley
Take Interstate 10 to Interstate 17 and travel north. Exit at Dunlap and turn left (west). Dunlap changes into Olive Avenue inside Glendale’s boundaries. Turn right (north) onto 59th Avenue and travel half a mile to Mountain View (second light). Turn left (west) into the park.
From the West Valley
Take the 101 Agua Fria north to Olive Avenue. Turn right (east) and travel four miles to 59th Avenue. Turn left (north) onto 59th Avenue and travel half a mile to Mountain View (second light). Turn left (west) into the park.
From the North Valley
Take either 59th Avenue south to Mountain View, or travel the I-17 south to Peoria Avenue. Travel west to 59th Avenue, turn left (south), and turn right (west) into the park at Mountain View.
This will be my first experience with this festival that has been a favorite of many of my musician friends who live near there and are among the 150 acts who will also be performing on the 5 stages set up in the park.
I’m looking forward to the experience. Perhaps you can join the fun!
Darrell Elmer Rodgers
Singer, Songwriter, Performer, Humorist
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