A farm is transforming into a music festival for the weekend. This is a family tradition not only for audience members but for those who grew up there too.
NESCOPECK, Pa. — When Dillon Briggs’ family first put on the Briggs Farm Blues Festival, he had no idea it would also be the place where he would propose to his now-wife Dena.
“This helped us bond tremendously,” Dillon Briggs said.
Newswatch 16 asked Dena Briggs, co-coordinator of the Briggs Farm Blues Festival, when she married Dillon, did she think she was marrying into planning this event every year?
She said, “No, no, but I can just roll with the punches. We can do anything, we just just figure it out as we go.”
Since the pandemic, Dillon and Dena have made the Briggs Farm Blues Festival their baby,…