Sunday, October 04, 2009

2009 Concert Schedule!

MattWe've got a fantastic lineup for Farm Aid 2009 Presented by Horizon Organic today. All of these musicians donated their time and paid their own expenses to help raise awareness and money to keep family farmers on their land. Please donate to help us keep these farmers growing good food for us all and get an exclusive 2009 Farm Aid t-shirt and hat!

Below is a schedule of when artists will perform. Keep in mind that times are approximate and subject to change. All times are Central.

Doors open: 12:30pm

  • The Blackwood Quartet - 1:00
  • Phosphorescent - 1:15
  • Will Dailey - 1:40
  • Ernie Isley & the Jam Band - 2:10
  • Lukas Nelson & Promise of the Real - 2:30
  • Ryan Bingham & the Dead Horses - 3:00
  • Billy Joe Shaver - 3:25
  • Jamey Johnson - 4:00
  • Gretchen Wilson - 4:25
  • Wilco - 5:05
  • Jason Mraz - 5:55
  • Dave Matthews & Tim Reynolds - 6:35
  • John Mellencamp - 7:30
  • Neil Young - 8:25
  • Willie Nelson - 9:20
Check out the Lineup Page for information about each of these artists.

11 comments:

  1. Anonymous8:52 AM

    WHAT? NO TITTY BINGO?

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  2. How many stages?

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  3. Just one stage for music, Jeff. A second HOMEGROWN Stage will feature musicians, like Gretchen Wilson, Lukas Nelson, Ryan Bingham, and Will Dailey throughout the afternoon talking with farmers and the public about farm and food issues.

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  4. Anonymous11:33 AM

    What will there be to eat at the concert? Something beyond the ordinary concessions I hope?

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  5. Jordan11:56 AM

    Will photos be available here or elsewhere during the event today and/or afterwards?

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  6. The food at the concert will be awesome! It's all local, organic, or family-farmed - up to and including the corn dogs!

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  7. Jordan, photos will be posted on our website at: http://www.farmaid.org/2009photos

    You can also take a look at our flickr page (http://www.flickr.com/photos/farmaid) for more photos!

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  8. Anonymous12:20 PM

    I live in mass and gonna be watching Farm-aid on webcast. What time will web cast start in mass?

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  9. Webcast will start at 5pm Eastern!

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  10. Anonymous12:35 PM

    My nephew plays with Phophorescent and they play at 1:15...Will they be shown on the webcast ?

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  11. While the webcast and DIRECTV will start showing live music at 5pm Eastern, they intend to feature highlights of earlier artists from the afternoon - I expect Phosphorescent will be played then! (There's time for these highlights during set changes, etc.)

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