The inaugural June Farm Show! An evening of music and libations on the Intervale! Picture yourself enjoying the beautiful songs of Chris Acker & The Growing Boys, The Wormdogs, and Zach Bryson amidst the flower fields of June Farm! So bring your best camp chair and a blanket and set up shop for the evening. Music until the sun sets!
Doors @ 5:30pm
Music @ 6pm
Zero Gravity on site serving up your favorite local brews!
Maudite Poutine to fill your bellies with the best poutine on this side of the 49th parallel!
Chris Acker is originally from Washington state but spends most his time writing songs in New Orleans and performing with the Growing Boys
"In a genre full of tall tales and marketable lies, Chris Acker crafts candid songs- weaving his wit and his woes into a body of work that exposes the stale plight of the American Songster to the honest, and sometimes hilarious, light of day"
Conceived in 2017 out of a mutual respect, friendship, and love of one another's musicianship~ Their sound ranges from traditional old time to heavy folk-adelic to finger rippin bluegrass. Their instrumentation consists of a fiddle, upright bass, both electric & acoustic guitars, and a drummer. The whole band writes songs, taking turns singing and harmonizing. In their five years together The Wormdogs have released three full length records - Doggin is my Business, Hey Thanks, and most recently Sunny Side Up which is now available everywhere digitally and on vinyl.
Zach Bryson writes songs and sings them wherever people will let him. With a voice reminiscent of a bygone era he has yodeled his way into the hearts of many! Influenced by all forms of American music his songs find a home somewhere between the Country Blues of the 1920’s and the more modern sounds of contemporary Folk/Americana music.
*Tickets will be refunded in the event of rain
*No dogs - please