Close to 900 people turned out for the 14th annual HenryFest at  Skyline Farm in N. Yarmouth on Saturday, September 8th.

Along with 7 hours of live music and dance on the Main Stage, the day included music & dance workshops for all ages & abilities, children’s activities, an instrument discovery tent, lawn games, local food trucks, craft beer, and homemade pie.

Over the years, the festival has evolved to reflect the community-oriented work we do every at 317 Main.  “At HenryFest our goal is for festival goers to get a taste of the 317 Experience: finding personal growth, creative expression and community connections through music,” said Jake Hoffman, HenryFest Coordinator.

If you joined us, thanks for coming. If you missed it, check out these videos and plan to engage with us next year.





Primo Cubano, Maine’s premier Cuban Son band, with PM Salsa heating up the dance floor.

KING DAY & his New Imperials, old school jump rhythm & blues, with Portland Swing Project cutting a rug.

New Moon Ensemble & special guest Seny Daffe, awe-inspiring Guinean drum masters, with Embody The Rhythm ~ Portland Maine West-African Inspired Dance exemplifying a full-body experience.

Joy Compass, some of Maine’s hottest young trad players, with Portland Intown Contra Dance calling zesty and inclusive contras.

Jason Phelps & Taylor Smith, beloved bluegrass dynamos.

Flight 317, up-and-coming folk & pop sensation (and our 317 student performance band).


317 Main offers quality music lessons for kids, adults and seniors in southern Maine.