Family 4-Packs for Farm Aid

Ticket 4-Packs Now On Sale for Farm Aid 2016
Bristow, Va. — To

help more families enjoy Farm Aid’s all-day music and food festival,
the organization announced today the availability of a family 4-pack
that includes four lawn tickets for just $149.00. Farm Aid 2016 will
take place Saturday, Sept. 17, at Jiffy Lube Live
in Bristow, Va.

Farm Aid 2016 will feature
performances by Farm Aid board members Willie Nelson, John Mellencamp,
Neil Young and Dave Matthews — with Tim Reynolds — as well as Alabama
Shakes, Sturgill
Simpson, Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats, Jamey Johnson,
Margo Price, Lukas Nelson & Promise of the Real, Carlene Carter and
Insects vs Robots.
Farm Aid 2016 is a
family-friendly music and food festival with hands-on activities in its
HOMEGROWN Village. Families can learn skills like papermaking and
fermentation, and get their
hands dirty learning about soil, water, food and farming. Festivalgoers
will also experience Farm Aid’s HOMEGROWN Concessions®, featuring
family farm-identified, local and organic foods like chicken, pork
chops, corn dogs, rice bowls, salads and more.
There are a limited number of
4-packs available, and the offer applies to advance ticket sales only.
Fans can purchase 4-packs and pavilion seats to Farm Aid 2016 at Livenation.com,
the venue box office, or by phone at 800-745-3000. Individual ticket prices range from $49.50 to $189.50.
For event updates, follow Farm Aid on Twitter (@farmaid) and on Facebook (www.facebook.com/farmaid), and visit www.farmaid.org/concert.

Farm Aid’s mission is to
build a vibrant, family farm-centered system of agriculture in America.
Farm Aid artists and board members Willie Nelson, Neil Young, John
Mellencamp and Dave
Matthews host an annual concert to raise funds to support Farm Aid’s
work with family farmers and to inspire people to choose family farm
food. Since 1985, Farm Aid, with the support of the artists who
contribute their performances each year, has raised more
than $50 million to help farmers thrive, expand the reach of the Good
Food Movement, take action to change the dominant system of industrial
agriculture and promote food from family farms.