Day-long Music Fest to Benefit Farmshed
By Jake Mathias
Music and agriculture will soon unite.
A 12-hour music festival featuring local bands is set to benefit the Central Rivers Farmshed. The Farmshed Benefit Bash will run from noon to midnight on Saturday, Sept. 23, at Renee’s Red Rooster.
The benefit has no set admission fee but a $10 donation is suggested with all proceeds going toward the Farmshed. Donations and memberships to Farmshed support their production greenhouse, community kitchen, gathering space, learning center and community programs including farm tours, food preservation workshops and community potlucks.
According to their a website, the Farmshed is “a network of people, businesses, organizations, and productive lands that create a local food economy.”
Bands performing at the benefit include local acts Mr. Martin and the Sensitive Guys, Elk Startled by Thunder, Bag-Dad and Among Them In Trenches. Multiple regional acts from Madison, Milwaukee and Chicago are also on the lineup.
Food will be available for purchase from the Waupaca-based Wrap N’ Roll Etc. mobile food bus.
Renee’s Red Rooster is located at 2339 Cty. Rd. P in Stevens Point. The Central Rivers Farmshed is headquartered at 1220 Briggs Court.
Benefit Bash for Farmshed Schedule
12:30 – Bell & Circuit
1:20 – Elk Startled By Thunder
2:10 – The Columbines
3:00 – Reggies Revenge
3:50 – Among Them In Trenches
4:40 – Nonagon
5:30 – Knife the Symphony
6:20 – Cindy Set My Hair On Fire
7:10 – The Smells
8:00 – Bag-Dad
8:50 – Twelves
9:40 – Fox Face
10:30 – Mr. Martin & the Sensitive Guys
11:15 – DJ FlannelJammies