Knoll Farm Benefit Concert
featuring Anne and Pete Sibley
with special guest Greg Ryan
Saturday, Aug 10
5:30 pm picnicking; 7:00 concert
$20 Advance General Admission;
$23 at the door
$10 kids, 12 and under
$100 Heroes Ticket
“Their harmonies are warm, tight and soulful; and their performances simple, poignant and unforgettable.”
Nashville Public Radio
Anne and Pete Sibley will play in the Events Barn at Knoll For for a special benefit concert for the Better Selves Fellowships.
In 2009, Anne and Pete Sibley won a national duo contest hosted by Prairie Home Companion for their exquisite harmonies, and they have only gotten better in the last 10 years. They’ve performed live at NYC’s Town Hall, Washington’s DC’s Kennedy Center and on festival stages from North Carolina’s Merlefest to Colorado’s Rockygrass. With banjo, guitar and fiddle and incredible vocals, they perform rich traditional melodies as well as original folk and bluegrass tunes. We are thrilled to have them back to perform for our community, in the beautiful barn for an intimate audience.
We will open the night with music from longtime friend of the farm, Greg Ryan
The benefit concert is an annual fundraiser celebrating the mission of Knoll Farm and raising money for the Better Selves Fellowships. Our goal this year is to raise money to provide a week-long retreat for 60 individuals working in the fields of social justice, human well being and conservation who need the time and support for renewal, strength and remembering.
The evening begins at 5:30pm. There will be wine and beer available to purchase, and local food vendors. Anne and Pete Sibley will go on at 7:00pm. We encourage you to purchase tickets in advance.
For the first time ever we are opening the Refuge Yurt Village to guests for the concert weekend. We can accommodate 20-30 folks on Saturday night. Please contact us for more information.
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