Thursday, July 16, 2009

Farm Aid is Coming to St. Louis!


MattToday, Farm Aid visited the historic Soulard Market in St. Louis to announce that Farm Aid 2009 Presented by Horizon Organic will be coming to the Verizon Wireless Amphitheater on Sunday, October 4!

Want the best seats in the house? Visit this page for more information on ordering tickets through our member-only pre-sale starting tomorrow at 10am EDT!

Who's playing? We'll be announcing more exciting artists in the coming weeks, but rest assured that Farm Aid's board of directors will be well-represented, with performances by Willie Nelson, Neil Young, John Mellencamp, and Dave Matthews.

Around the office, we are all excited that Farm Aid will be held in Missouri for the first time! Sign up for our newsletter, stay tuned to this blog, and follow us on Twitter for the latest information on this year's concert.

6 comments:

  1. Anonymous1:21 PM

    Great to See Farm aid coming to St Louis. Hope it will be as good as Farm Aid 1 Was in Champign Urbana and have the long list of entertainers
    Just seeing Willie will be worth the price of admission alone !!!

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  2. Anonymous7:47 PM

    Hope they bring Farm Aid back to the northeast
    next year, we're gonna miss our yearly (when its drivable) tradition seeing it...

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  3. Anonymous7:52 PM

    cool new logo..and wow Farm Aid is late this year, wish i could go guess i'll be watching from
    home (back east) this year.

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  4. its is truly a human tragedy that these event has to conitune, when it started in 1985 it would end when the farm crisis would come to end. This never ending surfing must coming to end in favor of the small indepedent farmer, if Americans are truly a caring people who value are traditions of justice. When will it end, It Must end. To President Obama, Secertary Vilsack, the Congress but espically Senator Harkin end this scurge on American rural life. BRING BACK THE 1985 FARM BILL NOW (Harkin-Gephardt-Alexander, et. al.) Reengerize the Family-Farm, put it back on the front page some how.

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  5. Harkin-Gephardt-Alexander

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  6. Anonymous10:19 AM

    Something has to be done to save the family farm and a way of life that is great with the exception of no money to pay bills!! Thank you for helping save the family farm!!

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