Admission: Camping&MUSIC – $35 per person     or just MUSIC – $25 per person



Tickets will be held at will-call, not mailed.

 – Children 12 and Under Free

Camping & MUSIC

September 2 and 3

At Harvest Moon Farm & Orchards

5449 Main St S, Newbury, VT 05051

 Kids Welcome!

Plenty of fun and games and other kids to play with.

Mountain Money –  Fiddle & Banjo duos
Featuring Bow Thayer & Alex Abraham Sept. 2
Featuring Chance Lindsley and Pappy Biondo Sept. 3
Atlas Key – Folk Dance Electronica Sept. 3

EVENTS AND LINEUP

Saturday

September 2

Gates Open 4pm

Bonfire Jam Session    led by Bow Thayer,  Alex Abraham and Patrick Ross.

Field Games    We will have games such as bocce, badminton, and frisbee/soccer golf. The more the merrier, so bring your croquet set or your favorite disc for a pick-up game of ultimate.

Bring your Instruments    Before and after Bow Thayer and Alex Abraham kick off a pro session, circles of musicians will  be encouraged to make music spontaneously.

Bring your tents    We will have a community of campsites marked and ready to claim. Don’t forget the marshmallows.

Bring your yoga mats Sunday morning includes an all levels yoga class courtesy of The Farm Studio Carolyn Smith, E-RYT500.

Canoe Access     Bring your Canoe on Saturday, 9/2. Park outside the gate. Check in to get your bracelet and a map to nearby river access. Decide if you want to set up camp before or after you return from your river excursion.

Sunday

September 3

Gates Open 10am

HOT FLANNEL

(6pm)

Americana • Folk • Jazz

hotflannel.com

MOUNTAIN MONEY

(Round Robin 12-3pm)

Fiddle & Banjo Masters (see video above)

ATLAS KEY

(3:30pm)

Live EDM • World Music (see video above) 

PAPPY BIONDO

of “Cabinet”

(Round Robin 12-3pm)

 Folk and Rock with banjo chops www.pappymusic.com

SENAYIT

(Round Robin 12-3pm)

free-form Rock and Soul

have a listen at senayit.com

DOUG PERKINS

(Round Robin 12-3pm)

Guitar Master

DWAYNE BENJAMIN

(Round Robin 12-3pm)

Mountain Man Songs

KALI

(Round Robin 12-3pm)

Folk-Rock, Blues, Reggae Fusion

    watch video at projectkali.com

THE HAT COLLECTION

Traditional Folk

FAQ’s

Q: Are all the events at the same location?

A: Yes. The campsites will be in an adjacent field to the Main Stage Performances, a short walk from the Newbury Village Store.

Q: Can we bring our own alcohol?

A: Yes and No. The Main Stage Area will prohibit outside alcohol where Food and Beer is served. The camping area is B.Y.O.

Q: Are dogs allowed?

A: Yes, but not recommended.  We strongly advise against bringing dogs, as they will need to be leashed at all times.

Q: Will tickets be mailed?

A: No.  You will claim the bracelets for admission at the gate on the day-of.  If someone purchased admission for you, please show up together or arrange a hand-off as it will be under the purchaser’s name.

Q: Will there be food? What Kind?

A: Yes. The Skinny Pancake, starting at 10am, will be serving breakfast sandwiches, burgers and more.

Q: Can we bring our RV?

A: Yes. There will be a separate field within the grounds reserved for RV’s and those who need interior parking. Hookups will not be available.

Q: How did Camping&MUSIC come about?

A: After a Rock Farmer Roadshow Concert at West Newbury Hall, a Newbury landowner approached Patrick Ross and offered the use of their beautiful acreage for an outdoor music event.

– How Camping&MUSIC was born.

contact

Rock Farmer Records

info@rockfarmerrecords.com

PO box 225 Newbury, VT 05051

802-866-3309

Patrick Ross – Cindy Ross

Owners

 
Shaun Machia

Production Coordinator

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