Feast & Field Music Series 2023

If you are interested in being a sponsor of a future music event, contact info (at) barnarts.org

Feast and Field is located at 1525 Royalton Turnpike, Barnard, VT.

The Details

Gates open: 5:30

Music sets: 6-7pm & 7:30-8:30pm

Food & drink available starting at 5:30

Event takes place Rain or Shine - we have a 40X60 tent for intimate, rainy nights.

Some picnic tables & seating available; your own chairs or blankets welcome!

No outside food or alcohol permitted

About Feast & Field

Feast & Field is a weekly celebration of music, food and community held in the Fable Farm Orchard in Barnard, Vermont - every Thursday - from late May thru September.  The Feast & Field Music Series is run by BarnArts and the Feast & Field farmers provide locally sourced food and drink, much of which is harvested and produced right in Barnard.

BarnArts and the Feast & Field LLC are an unusual partnership of a nonprofit and local businesses. BarnArts provides the music, but the Feast & Field Farmers (Fable Farm, Eastman Farm and Kiss the Cow) provide the land, the food & drink, and also act as our Thursday hosts in the beautiful Fable Farm Orchard. What unites us is a love of community, locally-sourced food, an exceptional music series, and the beautiful Vermont outdoors!

Our new Music Program Manager, Victoria Johnson, curates our music series to be a world-class lineup that balances genre, gender and race, and features regional and international bands, while staying true to our home-grown heart. Vermont-led bands fill 50% of our line-up.

Our vision of Feast & Field includes serving the community and making sure that everyone can attend the gathering, which is why our tickets are sliding scale $5-25 per person, free for kids 12 and under.  BarnArts and Feast & Field LLC split the gate revenue but both groups' expenses are only partly met by the gate funds.  Please consider sponsoring the Music Series or supporting BarnArts with a donation or becoming a friend of Feast & Field to further each groups sustainability and mission.

Visit the Feast & Field Collective website for more information about the the event and its history.

Also, you can pre-order your food!

End of season celebration at Feast & Field!

Join us for a fun dance party in the apple orchard!

Tony Bednar is a DJ, drummer, and sound therapy practitioner residing in South Royalton. His DJ career began while hosting a funk/soul show on KVCU: CU Boulder campus radio. Music as a unifying force for community, an outlet for self expression, and a tool for embodiment guides Tony's song selections. His years of attending and working at Feast & Field will inspire a set featuring several past artists and genres familiar to the festival's regular attendees.