Lettuce, Brett Dennen, and The Wood Brothers to Headline Festival at the Farm


first_imgSix Chair Productions has announced the lineup for the 2017 Festival at the Farm, taking place at Prowse Farm in Canton, Mass. on September 16 and 17, 2017. Lettuce and Brett Dennen will top the bill on Saturday, September 16, along with Lee Fields and the Expressions, The Ballroom Thieves, Julie Rhodes, Matthew Stubbs and the Antiguas, LuxDeluxe, and Dwight and Nicole. On Sunday, the festival will feature The Wood Brothers and Martin Sexton, along with Ryan Montbleau, The Marcus King Band, Kat Wright, Session Americana, and Sean McConnell. Family-favorite Josh and the Jamtones will perform on both Saturday and Sunday.Festival at the Farm is a weekend-long celebration, with live music and a focus on great food and unique experiences for all ages. In addition to the music, Festival at the Farm will host locally-sourced and inspired food vendors, culinary workshops and demos from local chefs including Chef Postal, an onsite farmers market featuring local farmers and non-profits connected with the farm-to-table and organic food movements, backyard games and a craft vendor marketplace.“With Festival at the Farm, our goal is to give music fans of all ages the chance to escape the everyday, to enjoy a weekend of live music, and experiences focused on simple pleasures and good times,” says James Macdonald, founder of Six Chair Productions and producer of Festival at the Farm. “We are thrilled to have Lettuce, Brett Dennen, Martin Sexton, The Wood Brothers and so many more join us for this event. It’s going to be amazing and we can’t wait to see everyone there.”More information and tickets for the festival are currently available here.last_img

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