For 36 years, the Wildflower Music Festival has presented quality music in a natural amphitheater, surrounded by majestic pines and sweet breezes.


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Secluded among majestic pine trees and green ferns, the Wildflower Music Festival is held on the grounds of the Dorflinger-Suydam Wildlife Sanctuary in White Mills, Pennsylvania. Please bring along a lawn chair or a blanket. Picnics and beverages of your choice are permitted. In the event of inclement weather, performances are held at the air-conditioned auditorium of the Wallenpaupack Area High School, Hawley, PA.

If in doubt on the day of performance, call 570-253-5500 after 12 p.m. or go visit online at No food is allowed at the high school.

twochairandblanketPerformances are at 6 p.m. Seating area opens at approximately 5 p.m. on a first-come basis. Food and beverages permitted at all concerts except when at indoor venue. (Food is allowed in the lobby at the high school or in the parking area only.)

The Wildflower Amphitheater is located on the grounds of the Dorflinger-Suydam Wildlife Sanctuary, Long Ridge Road, White Mills PA.


The village of White Mills lies halfway between Hawley and Honesdale on Route 6. At the blinking light in White Mills, turn at the Dorflinger Factory Mudseum and go up the Elizabeth Street hill. Proceed for 6/10 of a mile to the stop sign. Continue for another 1/10 mile to the entrance of the Sanctuary on your right.

Programs are subject to change without notice.

2018 Wildflower Music Festival Schedule

Saturday, July 7, 2018

$24 adult / $12 Student 6 to 18
Vets & Active Service Personnel Free Today

This stirring 15-piece brass band will make you want to march when you hear the patriotic music and more performed by these skilled, professional musicians. They are the only national organization dedicated to serving veterans and military families by donating their time as a nonprofit charity giving performances at a wide range of veterans’ organizations, events, and hospitals. If you feel emotional hearing Sousa marches and all-American band music, you will love this group.

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Saturday, July 14, 2018

$24 adult / $12 Student 6 to 18
Broadway And Great American Songbook

Two-time Tony Award nominee, Christine created the female lead in the original Broadway production of The Scarlet Pimpernel and starred on Broadway in revivals of La Cage Aux Folles with Kelsey Grammer, My Fair Lady, and Oklahoma. You will love listening to this extremely talented singer perform her “Love Is Good” show with her Grammy-nominated husband, Martin Silvestri. Together they also perform at 54 Below, the Café Carlyle, the Algonquin’s Oak Room, and other New York City hotspots. Don’t miss this warm, witty, poignant and beautifully arched musical evening.

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Saturday, July 21, 2018

$24 adult / $12 Student 6 to 18
A Tribute To Johnny Cash

Bennie Wheels and his Walkin’ the Line Band pay the ultimate tribute to Johnny Cash with the nation’s #1, most authentic recreation of “The Man in Black.” Seeing is believing. “Bennie is no doubt the best tribute to John I have ever seen,” writes Bob Wooten, Johnny Cash’s lead guitarist. From the first moment Bennie comes on stage you realize how naturally he becomes Johnny Cash. Theater critic James L. Seay said, “His vocal treatments, his bass-baritone voice (even his speaking voice) was dead bang-on CASH!” Listen to Bennie perform hits like “I Walk the Line,” “A Girl Named Sue,” “ Folsom Prison Blues,” “ Ring of Fire,” “ Two Timin’ Woman,” and “Rock Island Line” sounding and looking like the real deal.

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Saturday, July 28, 2018

$24 adult / $12 Student 6 to 18
Creedence Clearwater Revival & John Fogerty Tribute

Rick Horvath-Guitar & lead Vocals, Mike Weber- Drums/ Percussion, Randy Light- Guitar / Backing Vocals, Mike Miller- Bass / Backing Vocals. Photograph Copyright John Rocklin all rights reserved.

Rick Horvath and his band recreate the lively swamp-rock sound of the original Creedence Clearwater Revival. Their show is very faithful to a live CCR concert. The innovative CCR band was active in the late 1960s and early 1970s selling over 30 million albums with classics like “Bad Moon Rising,” “ Proud Mary,” “ Up Around the Bend,” “ Born in the Bayou” and “Susie Q.” Green River also features CCR’s lead vocalist, guitarist, and primary songwriter John Fogerty’s classics, including “The Old Man Down the Road” and “Centerfield.” The amazing Green River tribute band is sensational, capturing the sound, energy, and rock vibrations of CCR’s original music and bringing back memories.

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Saturday, August 4, 2018

$24 adult / $12 Student 6 to 18
1940s Style Jazz Pianist / Vocalist

Champian was a huge hit with the audience as the pianist/vocalist at our Cab Calloway Orchestra concert singing and playing jazz songs in the tradition of Dinah Washington, Sarah Vaughan, Count Basie, Duke Ellington, and Erroll Garner. She captivates audiences with her amazing skills at the piano and her lyrical renditions of classics. She has a sweet, infectious smile and a bouncy rhythmic style at the piano. Her fingers go a mile-a-minute and she never sits still as she exudes the embodiment of early jazz. Her album Champian Sings and Swings was selected as one of the Top 10 Jazz Albums for 2013 by the New York Observer. She and her trio have performed at many popular NY clubs including Small’s Jazz Club and The Café Carlyle, plus Shanghai Jazz in New Jersey. Champian also had a two-year residency at the famed NY jazz club Birdland. She has performed at jazz festivals across the US, including Jazz at Lincoln Center, Detroit Jazz Festival, The Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, as well as international festivals in Canada, Germany, Sweden, Israel, Spain, and more.

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Saturday, August 11, 2018

$24 adult / $12 Student 6 to 18
Featuring Karen Briggs

If you missed this group in 2013, don’t make that mistake twice! The band plays highly melodic, catchy, emotionally intense contemporary jazz music written by leader and master composer Lao Tizer. This is a high-octane jazz fusion music with long improvisational passages and intricately crafted motifs and counterpoint. Lao Tizer composes music driven by an explosive mix of jazz, rock, classical, and jam band influences along with Afro-Cuban and world rhythms. This powerful group of star musicians (most of whom have received Grammy nominations in their own right) includes jazz guitarist and composer Chieli Minucci and violin virtuoso Karen Briggs. Even those of you who are not familiar with the intricacies of modern jazz will want to listen to the fun, exhilarating music of Tizer.

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Saturday, August 18, 2018

$24 adult / $12 Student 6 to 18
Legendary Bluegrass

The legendary Doyle Lawson and his band Quicksilver have been thrilling lovers of great bluegrass music for decades. This six-piece band has over 40 top-selling albums to their credit, and they have won numerous major award, including seven International Bluegrass Music Association Vocal Group of the Year honors. The group is still an influential force in today’s bluegrass world. Their last two releases received back-to-back Grammy nominations in 2016 and 2017. Doyle himself received the National Heritage Fellowship award in 2006 for his contributions to the cultural heritage of bluegrass and as a musical trailblazer, and was inducted into the Bluegrass Hall of Fame in 2012. You cannot hear better than this if you are a longtime lover of the wonderful, soothing sounds of American bluegrass.

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General Admission – $24
Students (6 to 18 years) – $12
Under 6 – Free
Flex Tix must be purchased before July 6, 2018. For non-members of the Dorflinger-Suydam Wildlife Sanctuary, four Flex Tix are $93; 6 are $137—other increments available.


Telephone: 570-253-5500
(Mon. thru Fri.: 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Concert Saturday: 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.)
Mail: PO Box 356, White Mills, PA 18473
In person: Dorflinger Glass Museum Gift Shop (Wed. – Sat. 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.; Sunday 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.) and beginning at 4:30 p.m. at the concert.