GREENFIELD — Despite its new location at the Franklin County Fairgrounds and an early deluge Friday afternoon, the Green River Festival brought the same kind of family-friendly fun it’s known for this weekend.
The 34th annual Green River Festival attracted thousands of people to its three stages to once again see live music after last year’s event was canceled because of the pandemic. The festival hosted distinguished artists like Americana artist Shakey Graves, singer-songwriter Ani DiFranco and “The Late Show with Stephen Colbert” bandleader Jon Batiste, along with a slew of other bands and independent musicians.
The Franklin County Fairgrounds were packed with RVs, vendor tents and folks enjoying the music of artists who suffered through a year without live performances.
After folk band Ghost of Paul Revere finished its performance Saturday afternoon, Greenfield Mayor…