11 Bands. 2 Days. 50 Bucks.
NEW! Single Day Tix. 30 Bucks
Friday, July 29 and Saturday, July 30
plus Sunday morning Gospel jam hosted by Same Wort Different Yeast
Urban Futures Farm is located at 928 Wilson St NE, between Yew and Pine avenues.
This is a “bring your own everything” event – chairs and/or blanket, food, water and other beverages, sunscreen and sunglasses, mosquito repellent, Frisbees, hula hoops, etc. It is also a zero waste event, meaning whatever you bring with you please take it home with you. Cold water will be available to refill your water bottle.
Note that there is very little shade on the festival grounds, and it can get quite hot in the afternoon. Shade structures or pop ups are welcome, but will need to be set up further back in the field. If its really warm there will be sprinklers set up for those who need to cool down, or just enjoy playing in sprinklers.
There will be porta potties available, with sinks and hand sanitizer.
While we love our furry friends, please leave all your pets at home for their comfort and that of your fellow Festivarians.
Friday, July 29 – Gate opens at noon for campers, and 1:30 for non-campers
3:00-3:45 – Rosin Jaw
4:00-4:45 – Dan Spencer Folk Implosion
5:00-6:00 – The Oly Mountain Boys
6:15-7:15 – Skillethead
7:30-8:45 – The Lowest Pair
9:00-10:00 – Pete Kartsounes
Saturday, July 30 – Gate opens at 11am for campers, 12:30 for non-campers
2:00-2:45 – Ian Crocker and Friends
3:00-4:00 – Standing on Stones
4:15-5:15 – Pete Kartsounes
5:30-6:45 – Caleb Klauder and Reeb Willms
7:00 – 8:15 – Five Letter Word
8:30 – 10:00 – The Pine Hearts
On Sunday morning there will be a gospel singalong/pickalong hosted by Same Wort, Different Yeast from 10am-Noon
We ask that everyone please vacate the property at noon on Sunday August 8th as we will need to transition back to being farmers and harvesting food for our CSA customers.
Parking and Camping
Camping will be available both Friday and Saturday nights. Small trailers/campers and tents are both welcome. No fires or charcoal grills – stoves only if you plan to cook. Campers should expect singing, picking and a campfire after the main stage closes each evening.
No trailers/campers will be allowed in after 1:30pm on Friday or 12:30pm on Saturday, when the gates open for general admission of non-campers. There is limited on-site parking and once parking is full – or 30 minutes before the first performance each day – we will close the gate to further on-site parking. If you arrive after that you will need to park in the neighborhood, and we ask that you are respectful of our neighbors.
If you are parking on-site, please proceed up the driveway and someone will direct you to the parking area. Once parked on-site there will be no way to drive your vehicle off-site until the music ends each day. For those who won’t be camping, and folks who live in neighborhood, we encourage you to walk or bike to the festival.
We ask those of you who will not be camping to gather your things and head home at the end of the show on each night.
If you have specific questions or need additional information please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Farm Fest 2021