Towns lay out the red carpet for the ITVFest
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Celebrities line up for photos during a previous ITVFest.
Celebrities line up for photos during a previous ITVFest.
DOVER- With seven days to ITVFest’s Vermont premier, the shape and scope of the festival are coming into focus. Over 120 actors, writers, directors, and producers from the 58 officially selected TV shows, web series, and films have confirmed their appearances with an additional 10 industry insiders arriving to participate in panel discussions and one-on-one interviews.

A dozen vendors have taken residence on festival mile with everything from local homemade jams to the newest hi-def super slo-mo TV cameras on display.

The Dover School will be giving a special presentation Thursday, September 26, at the Dover Forge tent of their film starring the school’s students, showcasing the school’s technological savvy.

The BMW Car Club of America has confirmed a strong presence for their annual Oktoberfast rally on Saturday, September 28. Somewhere between 50-100 beautiful European autos are expected to participate.

The music and comedy schedule has been finalized with local acts such as Colby Dix, Peter Miles, Jeff Campbell, and I Love, I Love You delivering performances Thursday through Saturday on the main stage at Layla’s Riverside Lodge. Also performing is Natalie Mishell and Co., a hot and rising American singer/songwriter from NYC.

Rising stars and local Boston comedians Will Noonan and Peter Martin are confirmed for their standup comedy show at the West Dover Inn on Friday, September 27, at 10 pm.

Keep an eye out for the rest of the ITVFest show to be arriving Tuesday and Wednesday as the rest of the pieces fall into place.

ITVFest can be attended by families of any budget, with tickets starting as low as $79.

Festival dates are September 26-28. For videos, press, and information on ITVFest visit or follow ITVFest on Facebook and Twitter.

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