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Poor Farm Fest 2013 Lineup
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Welcome to Poor Farm Fest 2013!!! This year we'll Rock The Mountain with a great combination of National, Regional and Local bands...a full tilt weekend! Everything is bigger and better..bigger tents, bigger speaker sound, and better vends than ever! Bring the whole family for a great time in the mountain air, star filled skies and green green grass is waiting for you. Children 12 and under are NO CHARGE. Check out our full list of "do's and don'ts" on the Info page. Remember to leave the pets at home, and just plan to relax and eat and dance the night away!
We have some newcomers to the Poor Farm stage that deserve attention: Devon Allman is bringing the tour de force of blues greats from Louisiana: Royal Southern Brotherhood ! Tom Constanten of the Grateful Dead is coming with Normal Bean Band all the way from Oregon ! Philadephia's great jazz band, Dirk Quinn will take Poor Farm Fest to a new level in music, and Food Will Win the War of NYC should win your heart and/or soul ! The rave of Greenbrier County THE WEIGHT, will headline on Friday night..along with more local and regional bands throughout the weekend...every one this year is special, you shouldn't miss it!
The GreenBrier County Poor Farm
Established in the 1800’s, the Greenbrier County Poor Farm was used for over 100 years to house and support the citizens of the county that were unable to make ends meet. Celebrating our history is one way that Poor Farm Fest contributes to historic preservation. Another way is through donating to local historic sites, to promote and preserve our past.
This beautiful farm, with its rolling fields and panoramic views of the mountains, the windmills on Cold Knob, and sunsets will provide a fabulous music venue!
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