Friday, July 16: Steal Your Peach at The Farm at Glen Haven!

On Friday, July 16th, The Farm at Glen Haven invites you to see Steal Your Peach, a Philadelphia-based band that delivers a 4:20 vibed power show under the stars! This Grateful Dead and Allman Brothers mashup can’t wait to jam out with you in July! Bring a blanket, or a lawn chair and kick back in the fresh air where you can socially distance and enjoy the show. There will be food, vendors, and plentiful brews! Gates open at 6pm and local favorite, Chad Nickell & The Loose Change, will open this concert.

About Steal Your Peach: They are a mixture of some of the hardest working musicians in the Philadelphia area specializing in a mashup concept, fusing the music of The Allman Brothers Band and The Grateful Dead. Each bandmember has multiple projects currently both original and not, but have formed a bond with some of their favorite and most influential music, paying close attention to detail of all of the original music, while also adding their own improv to the mix making each show unique and exciting, and to create a very tangible symbiotic experience between the band and the listeners.

CLICK HERE TO PURCHASE TICKETS!

They say, “There is nothing like coming back to pay homage to the music that inspired us all to play. We have played Brooklyn Bowl, Trocadero Theater, Ardmore Music Hall, Underground Arts, Abbey Bar at Appalachian Brewing Company, River Street Jazz Cafe, Stout’s Brewery, The 8×10, Gypsy Sally’s, The Acoustic, Mexicali Live, Havana New Hope, Tellus360, World Cafe Live Philadelphia and at The Queen in Wilmington, De, Be On Key Psychedelic Ripp…”

LOCAL FAVORITES: Chad Nickell & The Loose Change
FOOD VENDOR: Lex Mex Tacos
BREWS: Devil’s Backbone, Blue Mountain Brewery, Basic City, and Bold Rock Cider
VENDORS: Various Artists and Tie Dye vendors on-site.
GATES: Open at 6pm. All ages, 12 & under- FREE!
TICKETS: $25 – Buy in advance!

The Farm at Glen Haven is located at 4301 Longdale Furnace Road Clifton Forge, VA  24422. For more information, call 434-962-5822 or email info@thefarmatglenhaven.com

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