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The Series at Lavender Hill Farm is a live music concert series held in our beautifully renovated, multi-use barn starring some of the best talent from across the United States and beyond. The bands are carefully selected to uniquely represent a wide array of music styles and bring an unexpected variety to Northern Michigan. Guests arrive early and enjoy picnicking with friends on our lawn overlooking fields of lavender. Our venue, built in 1920, has been skillfully adapted with lighting, sound, and stage. We hope that you enjoy your time on our farm and welcome you to make The Series at Lavender Hill Farm a summer tradition. • Picnicking is welcome before shows beginning at 5:30pm. • Local Ground live music outdoor performances are from 6-7pm. • Theater seating begins after 6:30pm. • Main stage shows begin at 7:30pm. • Lawn seats are for your listening pleasure and may not have a view of the artist or stage. BYO CAMP CHAIR.
The Accidentals put on a very energetic and engaging show that you won't want to miss! Plus, they are bringing special guests The Burney Sisters! We will have of our food trucks open all night, we have an Organic Pizza Wagon and we own and operate Traverse City's own Roaming Harvest Food Truck. We have Certified Organic Hard Cider made right here in Chief, with over 15 flavors on draft and many award wining wines! Our outdoor stage is the perfect setting for a truly memorable evening sipping cider and taking in the tunes!
Gate opens at 5pm!
Opener Kanin Elizabeth performs at 6pm, with The Burney Sisters and The Accidentals following.
Come early for Food Trucks (Saladino Smoke, VanAwesome Pizza, Locals by Wildwood, and Kona Ice of Lowell) plus a full bar.
$5 cover to get in and kids under 16 are free! Pet friendly!
This is a fully outdoor event. Bring your lawn chairs or blankets to spread out on the grass. The band will take the stage at 7 p.m! For more details about Wildwood and The Accidentals please visit our website.
This event is sponsored by: RBS Wealth Management, Stedfast Construction and Plummer's Disposal
No outside food or beverage are allowed at Wildwood.
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The Accidentals are a female fronted, multi-instrumentalists, power trio. Their music is dynamic and intelligent, a blend of Neko Case lyrics, Jack White rock, and Queen dynamic. It’s edgy, indie folk-influenced, pop rock.
The Burney Sisters! Olivia and Emma have been joined by their younger sister, Bella, to continue an ever-evolving folk/rock/Indie sound. Writing original music, arranging for multiple instruments, and all three coming together with unique and resonant harmonies make this sibling band a must see.
Known as a an "entertainment juggernaut" in Michigan's Tri-Cities, MIZNXN is a singer-songwriter that is sure to captivate with her soothing alto voice, poetic lyrics, and love of good ol' fashioned fun.
This event will be performed outdoors in front of the Center, with general admission seating (chairs will be provided) and concessions available to purchase beverages and snacks.
The Annual Blissfest Music Festival is a celebration of music, culture, art, and community featuring a world of diverse and innovative folk, world and roots music, and dance at the Festival Farm in picturesque rural northern Michigan.
Enjoy live music, silent disco, buskers, folkscool, healing arts, as well as art and food vendors. Weekend and Saturday Only wristbands are available online!
Opal Agafia Presents: Ozark Mountain Soul Fest 2022
Join us at The Farm for Opal Agafia's very first music festival! (JUNE 30TH - JULY 2) The event will feature two full days of music, three nights of camping, and a variety of vendors!
Tickets & RV SITES are on sale now! Full access to shower house included in all tickets. Kids 12 and under are free!
MUSIC LINE UP: Opal Agafia (2 nights) - Jon Stickley Trio - Aaron Kamm and the One Drops - The HillBenders - Mountain Sprout - The Burney Sisters - Chucky Waggs - Rachel Ammons (artist at large) - Pretend Friend - Red Oak Ruse - Patti Steel - DimeTrip
Story Behind "Ozark Mountain Soul": In 2017, Opa Agafia coined the term Ozark Mountain Soul to describe her unique style of music. Agafia embodies the sound of the Ozark Mountains: a little soul, a little roots, a little rock-and-rock, a little old-time swing- and lot of heart. Drawing from many genres, Opal blends the best elements of soul, blues, country, jazz, gospel, swing, and traditional mountain music into a sound that captures the past and boldy pushes ahead.
Moccasin Creek Festival is an annual 4-day music festival, which typically celebrates other arts and crafts as well. It takes place at beautiful Lake Sara in Summit Township, just west of Effingham, Illinois. The lake was created in the 1950's from five creeks that run through the basin. One of those creeks was named Moccasin Creek by a surveyor named Tipsword in the 1850's, because of moccasin tracks he found on the banks.
The founder of Moccasin Creek Festival is Bill (Poss) Passalacqua, an Effingham native who has built his life around writing, performing and promoting music. The Passalacqua family has a rich musical history, and Bill has three brothers, all of whom are musicians. Each of them have followed in father Larry's musical footsteps. Folk, bluegrass, alternative country, roots rock, and blues - "Americana" music. This is what MCF is all about - in an outdoor setting, using a venue with great acoustics, at a beautiful time of year.
Food and beverages sold on site. Kids activities. Camping is next door to the festival venue, as well as cabins for rent.
Galva Arts Council is preparing for the 2022 Levitt AMP Galva Music Series And we would love for you to join us with the planning. Please send us a message through the contact form, sign up on the volunteer page, or consider donating to the cause.
Every Sunday from May 29th through August 7th (except July 3rd) there will be FREE, FAMILY-FRIENDLY live music at beautiful Wiley Park in Galva, Illinois starting at 6:00pm.
Events are rain or shine. Please bring your lawn chairs/blankets to sit on. Food vendors will be on site. Free art kits will be available on a first-come basis at each concert
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