Warren Haynes has announced his seventh and final socially-distanced concert at South Farms in Morris, CT for November 1st. The concert will also serve as the last show in the farm’s series of Twilight Concerts.
So far, the 10-acre farm in Northwest Connecticut has hosted pod concerts from Goose, Twiddle, Grace Potter, and more, with Pigeons Playing Ping Pong, Mt. Joy, The Allman Betts Band, and more still on the horizon before the series wraps next month.
Haynes’ now six-show run originally began as a two-night stand at South Farms set for September 12th and 13th and was then extended to five shows after being met with overwhelming demand. With two more concerts still to go on the 8th and 15th, Haynes and his Gov’t Mule bandmate Danny Louis have relented by adding this special afternoon show, set to begin at 3 p.m., to close out the Faux Tour.
“This run of shows has been really special and has exceeded any expectations I may have had going in,” Haynes said in a statement. “Danny and I have been having a lot of fun playing together in a way we never have before since its always been as part of a band. We’re starting to settle in to the new environment and it feels like we’re just getting going. Although we still have 2 more shows coming up, we’re not ready for it to end. When presented with the opportunity to add one more show to close the Twilight Concerts on The Farm’s 2020 series, we immediately said ‘yes.'”
Tickets for Warren Haynes’ November 1st show with Danny Louis at South Farms in Morris, CT go on sale October 6th at 10 a.m. ET. Per state order the venue’s capacity is limited to 25 percent, so tickets are extremely limited. Click here for more details.