Updated: Aug 4, 2019

NEEMFest 2019 (NorthEast Electro-Music Festival) will be held on September 6, 7 and 8, 2019 at the Center for the Arts of Homer, in Homer, New York.

NEEMFest 2019 continues the Electro-Music annual festival tradition, now in its 15th year. The festival features musicians and video artists who use electronic musical instruments along with hardware and software tools to create a performance-centric event. Along with three full days of electronic music concerts there will be workshops, seminars, demonstrations and the ever-popular “Synthesizer Petting Zoo,”  an opportunity for people of all ages to have a hands-on experience with synthesizers, drum machines and other types of electronic music gear.

“This is such a wonderful event. The community welcomes all levels of artists from beginners to decades-long veterans;  I find the whole thing inspiring,” says media producer Rebekkah Hilgraves, who will be broadcasting the entire event via for the second year. Participant Gianni Intili shares this: “Three days of electronic music, compelling seminars and a friendly atmosphere — I could not ask for anything more.” NEEMFest 2019 promises to introduce the audience to original musical soundscapes and visual treats in a lively and all-inclusive environment.

The Center for the Arts of Homer is a large venue that provides two performance spaces as well as gallery spaces for guest speakers and workshops. Events are happening all day long, all three days.

A complete schedule of events, as well as information on performers, can be found at the NEEMFest 2019 website:

NEEMFest 2019 is once again hosted by:

Center for the Arts of Homer 

72 S. Main St.

Homer, NY 13077


  • Friday, September 6, (11am-12am)

  • Saturday, September 7, (11am-12:30am)

  • Sunday, September 8, (11am-10pm)

  • Tickets at the door: $10 for a three-day pass, or $25 for three three-day passes.

Facebook event page:

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