It's hard to believe the longest-running summer festival in Central New York has been going on for 32 years. COVID may have postponed FrogFest in 2020, but it's back for 2021 with the Eli Young Band at Herkimer County Fairgrounds on September 18.

FrogFest started on a slab of concrete with a few local bands and has grown into an all-day festival with top Nashville talent, including Rascal Flatts in 2000. Most of the crowd left due to the weather that year and are probably kicking themselves today.

Don't miss FrogFest 32 with the Eli Young Band, Dylan Jakobsen, Matt Farris, CNY natives Alexandria Corn and J Antonette, along with local acts, Whiskey Creek, Joe Vandresar, and Lonesome Dove's final show.

Tickets are $23 in advance and $28 at the gate, which opens at 11:30 AM. Music kicks at noon with the National Anthem.

Looking Back at More Than Three Decades of FrogFest Concerts

FrogFest started on a slab of concrete over three decades ago. It's grown into an all-day festival with top-notch Nashville talent. Take a look back at FrogFest concerts in Central New York.