The FarmJam lineup is taking shape, with a variety of talent from bands with original music who are climbing the ranks and making their way in the business. With more artists to announce, the current lineup hosts Red Dirt Rangers, Blackfoot Gypsies, Casey Ryan, Devon Wade, Whitney Rose, Will Porter, Bryant Lamar, Sam & The Stylees, The Last Chance Band, and international talent, Blake Noble.
In bringing great music and people together, there are opportunities to make our communities even greater. Volunteerism is a big part of every successful music festival and FarmJam officially announces the call for volunteers. With festival ticket sales benefiting charity, volunteer hours contribute significantly to supporting a worthy cause, The N.E.W. Hunger Coalition. According to the Corporation for National Community Service, 25.3% of Americans volunteer, they average 32.1 hours per person per year, and 50% of Americans donate $25 or more to charity annually. Volunteers make things happen and will help make everyone’s experience better.
Volunteers are the heart of FarmJam. Festival producers are working with a core group of motivated community member volunteers, and we want to extend the offer even further. FarmJam volunteers work a few hours over the festival weekend in exchange for a free weekend pass and other opportunities. Interested individuals or groups can register on the festival website.
The FarmJam lineup includes pop, rock, reggae, Americana, and country with more rock and roll announcements on the way. Bands can apply on the website for consideration in future lineup announcements, promotions, and advertising.
Tickets are available on the festival website www.FarmJamFestival.com. Vendors can apply in March 2019.