There is something to be said about the Fall season in the Northeast, which boasts some of the nicest weather, as well as an array of beautiful and lush autumnal colors for the eyes to behold. Being outdoors this time of year is essential for anybody in the region, and this year’s Festival At The Farm, held September 16th and 17th on Prowse Farm in Canton, MA is going to be one of those weekends in which the outdoors will mesh perfectly with music, food, and life.
Featuring a lineup with the likes of Lettuce, The Wood Brothers, Lee Fields and the Expressions, The Marcus King Band, Brett Dennen, Martin Sexton Trio, and more, Festival At The Farm boasts an expansive tract of land with plenty of space, local food vendors and a farmer’s market, craft beer, and plenty of activities for families with children to enjoy. In short, it’s just a a really great gathering for everyone from music heads, foodies, and craft beer aficionados to enjoy.
Single-day tickets are $45, with two-days going for $75. Kids under 5 are free, while tickets for children 6-12 are $15 (single-day) and $20 (two-day). There is a special VIP option that includes a special dinner served by Commonwealth Cambridge chef/owner Nookie Postal.
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Tickets for Festival at the Farm are currently on-sale and can be purchased here. For additional information and event updates, join the Facebook Event page.
If you are traveling from the Boston area, leave your keys at home! The festival has teamed up with Skedaddle to provide an easy group transportation option to the festival. Buses leave from South Street in Boston, and back. Snag your seat on a route! Use promo code FARM10 for $10 off your seat! Purchase a spot on the bus here!
The festival is being sponsored by Pete and Gerry’s Organic Eggs, who will be very busy onsite with tons of fun and activities in the “Free Range Kids Zone” (can you say chicken coops?) and other educational booths highlighting humane farming and agriculture.
Festival At The Farm 2017 Lineup
The Wood Brothers
Lee Fields & The Expressions
The Marcus King Band
The Ballroom Thieves
Dwight and Nicole
Matthew Stubbs and the Antiguas
Josh and the Jamtones
[cover photo courtesy of Dave Vann]