The beginning of Westbury Music Fair can be traced back to the mid-1950s. A radio broadcaster by the name Frank Ford after going to a music discussion under a small outdoor tents saw the possible ahead up with something more suiting as well as elegant for the performances. After pondering over the problem and the degree of opportunity, he coordinated with a capable television support as well as one owner of a night club, Lee Guber and also Shelly Gross. The 3 embarked on a strategy to raise money to rent the location with big lodging. Over 100,000 bucks was elevated and what adhered to was the development of Valley Forge Music Fair. The first period made earnings of around half the amount they put into business.