Yonder Field is pleased to announce a “Jam” festival confirmed for this fall. The AGRISONIC MUSIC FESTIVAL will be held on Saturday, October 21 at the new outdoor venue space in Bowman, SC.
“I am so excited to present this festival with the beautiful backdrop of Yonder Field,” said President/General Manager, Stacie Darr White. “Jam Bands combine so many elements from diverse styles under the Rock umbrella and they cross genres to incorporate Funk, Jazz, Country, Blues and Folk, to name a few. And DISPATCH, our headliner, has never played before in South Carolina so we’re thrilled to be the first to welcome them here! The term ‘agrisonic’ refers to using sound to stimulate plant growth. Even though we will be announcing more events for the 2017 season, this will be our final music festival of our inaugural season, after which we will harvest our grass seed in early November to get ready for the 2018 season.”
Gates will open at 10am for parking and campground access. Live music will commence at 3:00PM. The festival will take place on the two stages and is as follows:
3pm – 4 pm Dead 27s
4:30pm – 5:30pm The Wood Brothers
6pm – 7:15pm Leftover Salmon
8 – 9:30pm moe.
10 – 11:30pm Dispatch
Fan Club Presales will begin on Tuesday, June 27 at 10am and Public Onsale begins at 10am on Thursday, June 29. Ticket prices are as follows:
General Admission Lawn $20 Early Bird prices through July 9 then $29 starting July 10
Reserved Seat $55
Premium Reserved Seat $69
VIP $125 VIP includes one Premium Reserved Seat at Main Stage/VIP Viewing Area at River Stage, One Premium Parking Pass, Separate VIP Entrance, Specialty Food Selections, Private Cash Bar and Upgraded Restrooms.
Car Camping Pass $55 includes camping for two people plus one car. Additional people must purchase a Camping Companion Pass. Everyone in car will also need to purchase a concert ticket.
RV Camping Pass $125 includes camping for four people plus one RV. Additional people must purchase a Camping Companion Pass. Everyone in RV will also need to purchase a concert ticket.
All Ticket Prices will go up by $5 on September 1 and an additional $5 the day of show.
Food vendors and specialty food trucks will be available throughout the festival and campground area. The campground closes at 10am on Sunday, October 22.
About the Artists:
Heralded as one of the biggest independent rock bands in history, Dispatch hit a major career milestone when they played an outdoor concert in Boston that drew over 110,000 people and were dubbed by Rolling Stone as the hosts of the largest independent music event ever. The band continued to impress fans and critics alike with three consecutive shows at New York City’s Madison Square Garden with ties to their philanthropic work in Zimbabwe, becoming the first independent band to sell out the historic venue. In 2011, the band officially reunited to release new material, including a six-song EP (extended play) and their first full-length studio album since 2000, Circles Around the Sun. They have since embarked on multiple sold-out arena tours across the globe and are set to release their most ambitious musical effort this summer.
moe. is the preeminent progressive rock band on the music scene today—a quintet of world class musicians whose creative output equals that of their longevity. In a remarkable career that has touched three decades and produced a discography of 24 albums, moe. continues to push the standard for performance art higher and further. Their music is clever, melodic and refined while their performances are entertaining, mesmerizing, and epic. Long a featured act at music festivals, they’ve performed and headlined at the likes of Bonnaroo, All Good, and High Sierra in the US and Fuji Rock Festival in Japan, and Burg Herzberg in Germany, yet made time to promote and perform at their own festivals—Summer Camp, Snoe.down, and moe.down. This “legendary jam band,” as Rolling Stone described them, represents rock and roll at its best.
Dubbed “masters of soulful folk” (Paste Magazine), The Wood Brothers released their debut studio album, ‘Ways Not To Lose,’ in 2006. Chris Wood already had devoted fans for his incomparable work as one-third of Medeski Martin & Wood, while his brother, Oliver, toured with Tinsley Ellis before releasing a half dozen albums with his band, King Johnson. Almost a decade later, and with drummer Jano Rix added as a third member, The Wood Brothers have been hailed by the New York Times for their “gripping” vocals and by the LA Times for their “taught musicianship.” ‘Paradise’ follows the band’s acclaimed 2013 release ‘The Muse,’ which was recorded almost entirely live around a tree of microphones in Zac Brown’s Southern Ground studio. Taking a different approach to their sixth studio album, the decision to record in Nashville was no coincidence, as ‘Paradise’ marks the first album written with the entire band living in Music City.
For the past quarter-century, Colorado’s Leftover Salmon has established itself as one of the great purveyors of Americana music, digging deep into the well that supplies its influences: rock ‘n’ roll, folk, bluegrass, Cajun, soul, zydeco, jazz and blues. They are firmly settled in the long lineage of bands that defy simple categorization, instead setting their own musical agenda. They are the direct descendants of bands like Little Feat, New Grass Revival, Grateful Dead and The Band, born of the heart and soul of America itself, playing music that reflects the sounds emanating from the Appalachian hills, the streets of New Orleans, the clubs of Chicago, the plains of Texas, and the mountains of Colorado. During Leftover Salmon’s 25 plus years as a band, they have released nine albums and maintained a vibrant, relevant, and influential voice in the music world.
On their debut EP, “Chase Your Devils Down,” Dead 27s brilliantly infused rock ‘n’ roll and classic soul with both raw energy and refined musicality. Now with their first full-length effort, “Ghosts Are Calling Out,” the Charleston-based band expands their sound by pursuing their passion for loose and joyful experimentation. Working with a treasure trove of obscure and vintage lo-fi gear, Dead 27s have widened their sonic repertoire to offer up an album that’s boldly inventive but rooted in pure emotion. With each show serving as a breeding ground for creativity, Dead 27s find much inspiration from their time on the road. Through that near-constant writing and performing,
Dead 27s have vastly strengthened their creative connection and pushed the boundaries of their musicianship.
Additional information regarding Yonder Field as well as images of the artists can be found at www.yonderfield.com. Click Press Room at the bottom of the site to find a zip file with artist images in the left corner.
Presale begins at 10AM on Tuesday, June 28. Public Onsale begins at 10AM on Thursday, June 29. All tickets may be obtained by visiting www.ticketfly.com or calling 877-987-6487. Guests must bring printed tickets or have their mobile device ready to be scanned at the gate.
Directions to Yonder Field
Conveniently located between Charleston and Columbia, Yonder Field is at Exit 159 off of I-26, just 10 miles north of the I-26 and I-95 Interchange in Bowman. Venue address is 180 Log Cabin Rd., Bowman, SC 29018
About Yonder Field
Situated on over 200 acres, the Yonder Field experience includes two stages with breathtaking landscape architecture and compelling visual design. With ample parking, guests may arrive early to enjoy tailgate parties before the show and also have the option to camp overnight following the event. Set in a picturesque field that boasts the natural beauty of South Carolina, the venue delivers a “festival experience” with each concert. It is a place to connect with friends through music and the best local food and drinks as Yonder Field has partnered with many of South Carolina’s famed culinary favorites. Yonder Field’s unique food vendors are set in a “marketplace” atmosphere in addition to a “Food Truck Village” that will guarantee something to please every palate. Located between Charleston and Columbia, Yonder Field captures the entire population of South Carolina within a convenient driving distance from Atlanta to Charlotte. Unique features of Yonder Field highlight the environment and agritourism. The venue’s waste management initiative includes dedicated recycling and compost programs to divert waste from landfills. The venue is utilizing its procurement partner, SuperSod (which has an in-house compost program), to receive Yonder Field’s compostable waste to make fertilizer. In addition to this, several acres have been dedicated to farming and community garden projects. More information is available at Yonderfield.com
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