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.
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!
Jenni & the Jazz Junketeers
Singing jazz, blues, and funk has been a central part of Jenni Johnson's life since her teen days in New York City, where she was born and raised. After pursuing her education at UVM and moving around the country, Jenni returned to Vermont more than 20 years ago to work as a Therapist at UVM. She met musicians who also enjoyed her passion of performing a variety of music that included Jazz, Soul, and some Country so she decided to put together The Jazz Junketeers. The audience will be smiling from their souls, while their feet dance happily to the beat.