Thank You to Our Festival Sponsors!

The Canandaigua Art & Music Festival would not be possible without the generous support of our sponsors. They help us put on a festival with free admission, live music and kids’ activities. THANK YOU 2014 sponsors!


Softub ExpressSoftub Express Logo

Can you imagine owning a hot tub that can go anywhere? Softub makes full-featured portable hot tubs. Instead of a bulky, hard-sided tub, “softubs” can be set up in any location – indoor or outdoor – like in the bedroom, out at your camp, even on a boat! They’re also very easy to maintain, affordable and energy efficient. Visit their booth near the Commons Park Stage this weekend to see them for yourself.


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You probably just went grocery shopping there – but did you know Wegmans is also a huge supporter of the communities they serve? Canandaigua Wegmans is a stage sponsor for the festival this year, helping us provide entertainment all weekend long at Commons Park Stage.

“Being part of community life and setting an example of leadership giving is central to our heritage and operating philosophy.”  – Wegmans


New York LifeNew York Life Logo

New York Life Insurance helps provide people with the support they need during the tough times. For nearly 170 years, they have cared for their clients needs by creating, protecting, and preserving their financial security. For the festival, they are a sponsor of the Commons Park Stage. Visit their booth to learn more about their services.


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Mobile Music

Mobile Music is a family-owned music shop in Downtown Canandaigua, specializing in instrument rentals, repair and music education. They are sponsoring music at the Commons Park Stage and you can visit their shop and their kids’ activity booth with an instrument “petting zoo.”


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Isaac Heating and Air Conditioning

Festival weekend – the 3rd weekend in July – is usually one of the hottest of the year! Isaac is setting up two large “mister” fans to keep you cool. The fans will be near the Commons Park Stage, blowing cool air and mist. Isaac has been around since 1945 in the Upstate and Central New York area, providing heating and air conditioning service to over 35,000 people each year.