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Join us for a five week celebration of local musicians & bands! Featuring everything from Blues, Rough Jazz, Americana, Country & more; plus food trucks, great local drafts, & vendors! Beat the heat & get to the farm!

Price Drop!

General Admission: $20 per car, per day. Includes parking & admission for all in your vehicle

All-Access Pass: $75 per car. Includes parking & admission for all in your vehicle for all five weeks!

Musician Lineup by date listed below. Food vendors to be announced.

July 2nd

Emily Musolino

Emily Musolino is a singer-songstress, producer and multi-instrumentalist from Durham. Her music is a mix of soul, rock, and blues that has been described as a “Soul Diva Mind Explosion.” The depth of emotion in her voice is stunning and she shreds the guitar like nobody’s business. A Berklee College of Music graduate, Musolino has performed and collaborated with artists such as Ani Difranco, Nikki Hill, Vinx, Shana Tucker, Anna Wise (Kendrick Lamar) and Eric Hirsh (The Beast, Orquesta GarDel). She has been featured several times on NPR’s the State of Things with Frank Stasio, and she has been written up in The News and Observer. She currently fronts the Emily Musolino Band and regularly performs as both bandleader and soloist around the country.

Casey Ukulele

Former beach bum Casey blends the traditional and technical stylings of ukulele with a modern singer/songwriter approach. Expect to hear songs you want to sing along to, whether you know them by heart or you're hearing them for the first time. Come catch a full sound on four strings and good vibes all around!


July 9th

Late Night Lowlights

An instrumental explosion of hailing from Raleigh/Durham. Late Night Lowlights plays rough jazz/smooth metal with Michael Pham on the keys, Gabe Dunston on the drums, & Aaron Mack as lead and on bass. 





Bull Dirtys

We're the three best friends that any one could have syndicating Reggae Rock Funk Rap to the world!


July 16th

The Simple Joy

Pam, Tuck, Stephen and Michael make original music that draws on lots of different influences and traditions — including rock, blues, folk, country, bluegrass and gospel. We’re proud to rep Durham and to be part of the great NC music community.

Stephen Munoz

Folk, soul, & rock rooted in Chicago blues. Stephen is a staple in the local music community, with current projects such as LOJO (Log Off, Jam On) at Boxyard RTP & The Music Lab with Mr. Steve.


July 23rd

Love & Valor

Love & Valor is an emerging Americana-flavored Folk band based out of Burlington, NC.  The band has been a staple in the NC folk scene since 2012, and are known for performing almost exclusively original music. Their influences range from classic singer/songwriters such as Bob Dylan and Johnny Cash, to current bands like The Avett Brothers, The Lumineers, and The Civil Wars. Love & Valor performs hundreds of shows each year, recently appearing at Shakori Hills Grassroots Festival, The Cat's Cradle, and much more. Their live shows are intimate yet energetic, with harmonies, gang vocals, and upbeat melodies.

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. 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.  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.


July 30th

C. Albert Blomquist

Clark Albert Blomquist was born in Durham, North Carolina in 1972, and grew up in the Tampa Bay area of Florida.  As an artist, composer and performer, he was an active participant in the vital underground Punk and Metal scenes in that region of Florida in the mid to late 80s, as well as the Indie and Experimental Music communities that developed there in the 1990s. 

In 1998 Blomquist moved to Chapel Hill, North Carolina, where he has continued to undertake artistic projects including studio recording, live music performance, experimental home recording, poster making, and video production. Blomquist's longtime love of traditional Honky-tonk-style Country Music culminated in a debut album featuring 10 original compositions in the Fall of 2020. The follow-up is slated for release in Fall 2022.

Junior, Junior!

Al Simmons, & Dean Overman of Berryfield have a delightful side project called Junior, Junior! Both Al & Dean are seasoned musicians, they join together for a blend of country music and witty comedy.