Fridays at the Farm
Live Music, Food Trucks, Local Beer & Wine, Vendors & More!


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Join us for live music, food trucks, local beer & wine, and farm fun the whole family can enjoy! Each week features a different local artist/band performing from 6-8pm. Check the schedule below for specific listings of bands and food trucks on a given date!


General Admission: $20 per car, which includes admission for all in your vehicle


Season Passes are also available!

$150, includes General Admission for ALL 32 Fridays at the Farm dates in 2022 (a $640 value)!

Admission includes parking, group access to the grounds, feeding and petting animals, fishing (bait and tackle available for rent, or bring your own), lawn games, & live music! Additional amenities, experiences, beverages, and foods are available for purchase on-site.

Upcoming Shows

May 20th

Slippery Hill

“Catch the Bluegrass Bug” with the music of mandolin, guitar, fiddle, bass, and vocals as Slippery Hill delivers catchy Bluegrass favorites and original songs and tunes, as only a father-son team can! 

This Spring, 2022, Slippery Hill will be performing new cuts from their upcoming CD, “Birds vs. Thunder,” (due out Fall, 2022), along with many of your bluegrass favorites, cover songs by such artists as John Prine or the Beatles, and much more!


Drawing on his thirty years touring experience with the world-traveling Shady Grove Band, Charles Pettee, (mandolins), leads his son Jackson, (Guitar), Piedmont fiddling icon Fiddlin’ Al McCanless, (fiddle/banjo), and the amazing upright bassist Robbie Link through their wonderful mix of acoustic delights, perfect for an evening under the stars with friends and family!

D's Presto

Slinging superb cheese steaks, burgers, wings, cheese curds, fries & more, D's Presto prides themselves on delivering their love of cooking into food that will satisfy your appetite. See their menu here.


May 27th

Fourth String

A newly-formed North Carolina Trio, Fourth String serves up fresh pop funk fusion tunes featuring ukulele, bass, & drums. Casey (ukulele, vocals), spends his time trying to find new ways to surprise people with the underestimated potential of the ukulele. Josh (drums), takes his drumming influences primarily from players in the funk, jazz fusion, & prog-rock worlds. Jay (bass), brings a deep groove-based pocket & a bass tone that has been described as a "dinosaur eating cars". All in all Fourth String puts on a show you won't forget!

How 'Bout Burger

How 'Bout Burger is a family-owned & operated food truck offering a selection of delicious burgers, chicken wings, & loaded fries with a Caribbean Twist.


June 3rd


GrassStreet, based in central North Carolina, has entertained fans of all ages since 2003. Their mixture of original material and bluegrass standards along with their unique ability to cover musical styles ranging from rock to blues to jazz set them apart from the average bluegrass band. They pride themselves on an entertaining and high energy stage show full of the right balance of musical precision and humor. You'd be hard pressed to not find something you like at a GrassStreet show!


June 10th

Neville's Quarter

Neville's Quarter is a toss up between either attending a goosebumps inducing inspirational folk concert or finally finding that chill campfire circle of friends that you've been searching for all your life. Whichever way the the show lands for you, you will leave feeling a richer state of mind. Neville's Quarter's collection of songs is playful enough for kids to dance to but also delivers more weighty topics for adults to ponder over, well after all the microphones are unplugged. Together, the two are a highly skilled musical force; they incorporate at least half a dozen instruments in each show and have hundreds of well crafted songs to share. Their main objective as musicians is to break open the shells that trap people inside, and they do so through the lyrics and melodies they share with each performance.


June 17th

Popcorn Blue Band

Popcorn Blue Band was started in 2004 by Linda and Dan Chegash. Since then, the band has grown to an eight-member group performing original renditions of familiar tunes, in a savory blend of swing, jazz and rock. This will be their inaugural performance at the farm so don't miss it!