Impact Concerts & Woodsist Records present…
WHITNEY • REAL ESTATE • WOODS • KEVIN MORBY • WAXAHATCHEE • HAND HABITS • BONNY DOON • WET TUNA • ANNA ST. LOUIS • Little Wings • DJ Jeff Conklin (WFMU) + MORE TBA
Saturday, September 28, 2019
Arrowood Farm Brewery
Gates 12noon / Show 1:00pm
All ages (10 and under free with paying adult)
Tickets on-sale now!
Presented with support from:
Small grains - wheat, oats, rice, rye, barley, and more - are joining corn to once again become Hudson Valley crops! Upstate New York was once a grain-growing breadbasket until production shifted to the Midwest. Watch innovative scientists, farmers, bakers, and brewers collaborate to produce a new generation of grains suited for the northeast, bringing sustainable local grain production back to the region. Watch the trailer here.
Panel discussion with film participants and other local grain activists -- find out more about delicious local grains:
Jon Bowermaster: acclaimed writer, filmmaker, and adventurer, Jon is a six-time grantee of the National Geographic Expeditions Council.
Nick Cipollone: President, Rondout Valley Growers, Barthel's Farm, Ellenville since 1947.
Chris or John Kelder: Kelder's Farm, Accord, an almost 200-year-old farm growing rye for Arrowood and popcorn for Bjorn Qorn, plus 100 acres of you-pick produce.
Bjorn Quenemoen: founder of Bjorn Qorn, popped with solar power on Kelder's Farm.
Nfamara Badjie, Moustapha Diedhiou, Dawn Hoyte: Ever-Growing Family Farm, master rice farmers from the Senegambian region of West Africa now growing in the town of Ulster.
Sharon Burns-Leader: co-owner of Bread Alone Bakery and Cafes, baking with local grain.
Christian Malsatzki: Cornell Cooperative Extension of Ulster County, Agricultural Program Leader for small grain, urban agriculture, and small acreage educator.
Sarah Brannen: Associate Director, Programs, Hudson Valley Farm Hub, testing a number of grain varieties for broader local use.
The film will be shown in an open pavilion, rain or starshine.
This special event couldn't happen without the contributions of Jon Bowermaster, Oceans 8 Films, Arrowood Farm Brewery, the sponsorship of Bjorn Qorn, the participation of the panelists, the help of Sam Ullman, Tanya Jurcic and Carl Welden Productions, Maria Reidelbach and Stick to Local Studio, and Chef John Novi's nudging. Thank you!
THE RESTLESS AGE
Saturday, August 3, 2019
Arrowood Farm Brewery
Gates 3:00pm / Show 4:00pm
General Admission: $49.50
Presented with support from:
Arrowood Farm Brewery is located at: 236 Lower Whitfield Rd, Accord, NY 12404
SCHEDULE (subject to change)
3pm - Gates open (please do not arrive before 3pm!)
4pm - Mosa
5pm - Jocie Adams
6:15pm - The Restless Age
7:45pm - Guster
9:30pm - Music ends (approximately)
Parking is available on-site in close proximity to the concert field for a fee of $10/vehicle, however cars carrying 3 or more people will be allowed to park for FREE! Please carpool!
ENTRY / BOX OFFICE
Please make sure you bring your tickets with you, either printed out or on your mobile device. If any member of your group does not have a ticket, please have them visit the Box Office, located at the entry gate, where we will have General Admission tickets available for sale for $50/ticket (cash or card accepted).
Unfortunately, due to security reasons, we cannot allow re-entry to the event. Please bring everything you'll need for the day with you when you enter, as you will not be allowed to exit the concert field to revisit your car.
FOOD & BEVERAGES
No outside food or beverages will be allowed into the concert, EXCEPT for one sealed bottle of water per person. You may also bring an EMPTY reusable water bottle which can be filled at the water station within the event.
We will have plenty of delicious local food vendors on-site including vegetarian, vegan, and gluten free options! If you have a medical need to bring in outside food, you may do so accompanied by a note from a doctor.
Arrowood Farms will be serving their own delicious beer, alongside local cider and wine options for attendees 21 and over with valid government issued ID. In an effort to minimize plastic waste, your first beer will be served in a souvenir reusable cup - DON'T THROW IT AWAY! Bring your reusuable cup back to the bar for your next beer!
Arrowood Farms will also be selling a variety of non-alcoholic beverages.
WHAT HAPPENS IF IT RAINS
This is a rain-or-shine event! Please check the forecast and be prepared for inclement weather. In the case of severe weather, please check arrowoodfarms.com as well as our Facebook and Instagram pages for updated information!
WHAT TO BRING
Light raincoat (just in case!)
Lawn chairs / blanket (no seating will be provided in the field)
Government issued ID (if you're drinking!)
Your children (10 and under are FREE), and strollers are fine!
Reusable water bottle (must be EMPTY when you enter)
WHAT TO LEAVE AT HOME
Pets - we love pets of all varieties , but unfortunately we cannot allow them into the event. Leave them AT HOME, not in your car!
Knives, hammers, weapons, or other tools.
Food and beverages
Professional audio / video / photography equipment
Tents / shade structures
VIP Tickets include exclusive VIP Viewing Area in front of the stage, as well as access to an indoor bathroom with flushable toilet, plus hors d'eouvres served at 6pm and a private cash bar with specialty brews by Arrowood Farms!
ANY OTHER QUESTIONS?
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Join us for a five course terroir focused dinner paired with Arrowood Beers.
At Duo Bistro - 299 Wall Street, Kingston NY 12501.
$65 per person / Make your reservation with Duo Bistro 845-383-1198
Free Tap-Takeover Party to follow dinner. Starts at 9pm with Live Music by local Kingston band Amity!
Pull out your lederhosen and join us for this traditional German beer festival! We will be celebrating out at the farm and tasting room- serving up our Oktoberfest beer along side some traditional German fare. Join us for music and fun!
This is an all ages event with free admission! Graze and Lekker Food Trucks will be on site!
Billy Wilder 5-6:30
Lara Hope and the Ark-Tones are bringing their Rockabilly Roots & Rock N' Roll back to the farm for a fun evening of music! Music starts at 6pm!
Harvest time is here and we want everyone to share in the bounty! Join us out at the farm for food and music and help us celebrate the harvest!
Levon Helm Studios presents the inaugural...
DIRT FARMER FESTIVAL
Sunday, August 19, 2018
Arrowood Farms, Accord, NY
Midnight Ramble Band w/ special guests Jackson Browne, William Bell, Jimmy Vivino, and Tash Neal
Amy Helm • Larry Campbell & Teresa Williams • Hiss Golden Messenger (solo) • Terry Reid • The National Reserve • Gail Ann Dorsey • Zach Djanikian • Brendan McDonough
The Lone Bellow
THE RESTLESS AGE
Sunday, July 15, 2018
4:00pm - Gates Open
5:00pm - The Restless Age
6:00pm - Erin Rae
7:00pm - The Lone Bellow
Parking: Please carpool!
What can I bring into the Festival?
- Bags smaller than 16”x16”x8” will be permitted inside the venue.
- An individual blanket (Maximum size 6'x8')
- Low-backed chairs (under 30″) to ensure good viewing for your neighbors. These are only allowed outside no chair zones.
- Strollers that are reasonably sized and do not obstruct the view of others
- In the event of rain, handheld umbrellas are allowed in the venue and in seating areas but must be closed and stored during sets so as not to obstruct the views of others.
- Non-professional cameras are permitted but cannot be used to reproduce the event and must not interfere with other fans’ enjoyment of the festival. (No audio or video recording)
What should I leave at home?
- Bags larger than 16”x16”x8” will NOT be permitted inside the venue.
- No outside food or beverages. No, coolers, glass containers of any kind, alcoholic beverages, illegal substances of any kind, firearms, noise-making devices, laser pointers, knives, box cutters, tools of any kind (including hammers, knives, screwdrivers, etc.), pepper spray, mace, or any kind of item that could be used as a weapon. Beverages in plastic bottles or cans must be factory-sealed.
- Professional audio visual equipment
- Beach umbrellas or beach balls
- Pop up tents
- Pets (sorry, we love dogs and cats 🐾 but cannot allow them into the Festival)
What happens if it rains?
This is a rain-or-shine event! Please check the weather and be prepared for inclement weather.
Can I bring my kids?
Of course! Children 10 and under will be admitted free with a paying adult.
Presented by Impact Concerts
FIELD TO GLASS- Beer Pairing Dinner!
Join us at Duo Bistro in Kingston for a delicious four course farm to table dinner paired with Arrowood Farms beer. Featuring the release of our Farmhouse Table Beer Series!
55$ per person / make reservations with Duo Bistro by calling 845-383-1198