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On Sunday, September 20th, Moog’s Place in Morrisville hosts the third annual Salvation Farms benefit concert. A lineup of local musicians takes the event through the afternoon and evening, while the Salvation Farms Humble Harvester, a Rock Art brew back in circulation this fall, flows on tap.
Moog’s will donate an extra 50 cents to Salvation Farms per pint poured of the Humble Harvester. At the door, a $10 suggested donation for the concert also goes to support Salvation Farms’ work managing surplus produce and reducing food waste on farms.
Musicians play from 3pm through midnight. Concert-goers can enjoy acoustic sets on the brand-new outdoor patio stage or retreat indoors for foot-stomping electric rock and roll. On the electric stage is Dead Sessions Lite, Coquette, Mark LeGrand’s Honky Tonk Band, John Lackard Blues Band, and more. The outdoor stage features Seth Yacovone, Jason Wedlock, Jason Jack, Christine Malcolm, Django—plus many others.
For a full list of musicians visit moogsplace.com/music.html
Salvation Farms' mission is to build increased resilience in Vermont's food system through agricultural surplus management. For more info on Salvation Farms’ programs, visit salvationfarms.org.