Look for a detailed schedule of performances here as Farmfest approaches. Until then, a list of the artists who will be performing is available on our Performers Page.
Music and fun for the entire family will be happening all over the Farmfest grounds. We will post performance schedules here once they have been determined. Our performance and event areas include:
Main Stage: Built from a re-purposed barn, the main stage is located in a natural amphitheater with a large grassy area for audience seating. Bring a blanket or a lawn chair and stay a while.
Second Stage: Our second performance area is in the woods near the camping area and provides a more intimate performance space.
Dance Pavilion: This is the newest performance area at Farmfest. It features a covered wood floor and is located in the back corner of the parking area.
Kidsí Area: There will be crafts and creative fun for the young and young at a heart throughout the weekend at the kidsí area.
Fire Circle: Located in a natural depression in the wooded area, the fire circle is perfect for late night sing-a-longs and storytelling.
Drum Kiva: The drum kiva is located behind the wooded camping area, and provides an intimate venue for rhythm enthusiasts.
Located in a natural depression in the wooded area, the fire circle is perfect for late night sing-a-longs and storytelling. On Friday evening at 9 pm, come to the lighting of the Yule Log with Banjo Jim. Saturday at 9:30 pm, Ron Fowler will be telling ghost stores. Stop by if you are not easily scared!
The drum kiva is located behind the wooded camping area, and provides an intimate venue for rhythm enthusiasts. Stop by any time, but expect the best fun at the drum kiva late in the evening.
Tweeners will perform at the Feedbag Cafe during the pauses between the main stage events, and late into the night. Check the schedule posted at the Cafe for exact times.
Labyrinths have been traced to the cradle of Western civilization in the Mediterranean, in the margins of medieval texts, in Christian cathedrals of France, in the fields of England and Ireland, on church walls throughout Scandinavia and painted on drums of American native tribes. They have been found in India, Yugoslavia, Turkey, Spain, Wales, Peru and Italy. Some date back to 750BC.
Candles will be available after dark on Saturday. Walk the labrinth and place your candle within it.
Wagon Ride to Church:
Farmfest folk! We come from different paths and different beliefs. We also practice unconditional love, just like Jesus did. Here is a sweet opportunity for our Christian brothers and sisters AND for those that love to sing!
Going into a Sunday morning service is like walking into a time machine. One is transformed back in time to a place where the community either walked to church or came in buggies and wagons. The pews are built from the original cast iron frames with wooden seats and backs. Music is sung a cappella from the book of Psalms and the pulpit is simple and plain. Even the doctrine has been presevered and comes from the time of John Calvin, a prominent reformer of the mid 1500ís. Members are few in number these days, but strong in heart.
If you love old time worship and/or love to sing, this is a perfect event for you. The hymns are all a capella and in four-part harmony. Letís fill this beautiful church with beautiful Farmfolk voices, listen to an old time gospel rooted sermon and fellowship with a few local neighbors. Please join us.
Meet at the mail box in front the farmhouse at 10:15 am Sunday Morning. We will ride to the Hetherton Reformed Presbyterian Church (That pretty white church right around the corner on Meridian Line Road). Bible Study is at 10:00; Service is at 11:00.
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