MUSIC ON THE FARM
Thursday Night Music Series 2019!
at Feast and Field
Thursdays May 30st – September 26th, 5:30-8 PM.
Suggested Donation: $5-10
1544 Royalton Turnpike.
June 6: Jay Nash, Americana singer-songwriter
June 20: Pete’s Posse, folk/roots
June 27: Flynn, indie-soul
July 4: Billy Wylder, folk/rock/world
July 11: Bow Thayer, folk/rock
July 18: Mayfly, old-time
July 25: Mamuse, folk-soul-revival
August 1: Strangled Darlings, indie-folk
August 8: JigJam, Irish bluegrass
August 15: Les Poules à Colin, Quebecois
August 22: Kalbells, dream pop
August 29: Haywire, Americana
September 5: Triton, trad Celtic/French
September 12: The Fretless, chambergrass
September 19: Moxley Union, rock & roll
September 26: Open Mic hosted by Trifolium
In this increasingly divided world, BarnArts Music on the Farm seeks to build bridges to other cultures through music. This year, in addition to our Thursday Night Music Series, Music on the Farm is thrilled to invite back two favorite international acts for ticketed shows:
About Music on the Farm
The music programming at Feast and Field grew out of Fable Farm’s early days when artists would play for the pass-of-a-hat under the maple trees at the CSA pick-ups. Today, a full music series curated by Chloe Powell is produced by BarnArts Center for the Arts at Feast and Field. BarnArts has served as a fiscal sponsor during the initial carving out of the music series as a non-profit entity, and now we are pleased to be including Chloe and the Thursday Night Music Series as one of our events along with other Music on the Farm ticketed events. The music is still primarily supported by a “passing of the sap bucket” each Thursday, and by donations from Music on the Farm sponsors. For more info on sponsorship for this event, please contact Chloe Powell at email@example.com.
Feast and Field is located at 1544 Royalton Turnpike, Barnard, VT.
Music runs from 5:30- 8 pm, or whenever the band quits!
Doors open at 5pm
Music on the Farm leader
Chloe Powell, Director of Music Programming
Chloe grew up in Barnard and returned as an adult after time in Boston, Burlington and Italy. She was one of the original founders of BarnArts, but resigned from a general position in order to better focus on her mission of promoting all of Barnard’s event and establishing the Art on the Farm music series at the Feast & Field Market. She writes the weekly Barnard column for the Vermont Standard and the Herald of Randolph, and she is the director of Camp Red Clover. She is committed to a life as a musician, teacher and artist.