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Update: Beaverstock announces new name 

Update posted March 21

–The festival formerly known as Beaverstock will now be known as the Whale Rock Music Festival, according to the Udsen Family.


Original post published March 3

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Castoro Cellars has been issued a Cease and Desist Demand by the Woodstock Music and Art Fair, claiming trademark infringement against their annual Beaverstock Music and Arts Festival.

The two-day music and arts festival, featuring back-to-back band performances on two stages, a gallery of local artists, all-ages yoga, kid crafts and games, Castoro wines, craft beers, ciders and food trucks, will continue to run strong. In addition, they will continue to give a portion of event proceeds to a local charitable organization; total donated over the first four years exceeds $50,000.

An official new name for the festival will be announced later this month. In the interim, the 2017 event will be referred to as “the event formerly known as Beaverstock.”



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