3 Upcoming Concerts at Arrowood to Round Out Your Summer | Sponsored | Music | Hudson Valley | Chronogram Magazine
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As you try to squeeze every last bit of fun out of the warm months, it’d be a shame to sleep on the world-class concerts coming to Arrowood Farm Brewery this August and September.


Thanks to Impact Concerts and their partners, the venue in Accord will host a diverse range of artists for days and nights of beautiful views, good beer, and good music.


"We've found excellent partners and a truly magical venue at Arrowood Farm Brewery,” Impact Concerts Co-Founder Drew Frankel says. “The property is intimate and stunning, not to mention the opportunity to enjoy world class concerts while sipping amazing local beer directly from the source!"



All of the events at Arrowood are family-friendly and guarantee access to delicious craft beer, local food trucks, and the company of Hudson Valley music-lovers. So mark your calendars and get your tickets while you can for these events:

Guster, Low Cut Connie, The Restless Age, Jocie Adams


"Our first show of the season features some of my personal favorite internationally touring bands—Guster and Low Cut Connie—along with some incredible local talent with roots here in the Hudson Valley: The Restless Age and Jocie Adams," Frankel says.

Presented by both Impact Concerts and Radio Woodstock, the Boston-based alternative rockers, Guster, and Philly-based Low Cut Connie will take the stage on August 3, with the show kicking off around 4pm.



Tickets range from $45.50 to $95 and are available via Eventbrite.

The 2nd Annual Dirt Farmer Festival (Presented by Levon Helm Studios)

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The second annual Dirt Farmer Festival, a Ramble-sanctioned live local music event from the mind of Amy Helm, will also hit the farm on September 6 and 7, bringing a host of local and internationally acclaimed talent into the neighborhood.

While the special guest headliner has yet to be revealed, those lucky enough to be in the audience will be able to catch Midnight Ramble Band and a tribute to the late-Dr. John from his longtime band, The Lower 911.



"We're thrilled to present the 2nd annual Dirt Farmer Festival on behalf of Levon Helm Studios. And while most of the lineup has already been revealed, we're looking forward to announcing our final major special guest headliner in a few weeks,” says Frankel. “We know that fans will be very grateful when they find out who's coming!"

Tickets range from $140 to $299 and are available via Eventbrite.

Woodsist Festival

Closing out this series on Saturday, September 28, the previously West Coast-run Woodsist Festival will be returning for the first time since 2016—but now in our neck of the woods. The day-long festival's line-up is packed with acts that will leave you in your feelings, including the Whitney, Real Estate, Woods, Kevin Morby, and Waxahatchee.

Tickets are $75 and are available via Eventbrite.
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