The Carolinas Farm Trust presents the Carolinas Jubilee Music and Food Fest at Van Hoy Farm in Harmony, North Carolina, September 24-25. Proceeds from this event will benefit Carolina Farm Trust and the Carolina LGBTQ+ Chamber of Commerce.

Harmony is just over an hour north of Charlotte, via Interstate Highway 77 and State Road 21. If you’re coming from Winston-Salem, it’s less than 45 minutes on Interstate West and State Road 21.

The two-day festival will include live music, locally sourced food, a farm-to-table dinner, local artisan vendors and 5K and 43-mile bike rides.

On the line-up of perfomers are such solo artists as Scott Miller, Katie Toupin, Morgan Wade, Lillie Mae and Scott Miller; duos Babe Club, Wild Child and Courtney Lynn & Quinn; and a lengthy list of bands that boasts Susto, Way Down Wanderers, Fireside Collective, The High Divers, DownTown Abbey and The Echoes, Groove 8, She Returns From War, Darby Wilcox & The Peep Show and Striking Cooper. 

Attendees are encouraged to bring personal pet dogs and camping gear along and stay the entire weekend at the onsite campground. Ticket prices vary from individuals to groups of eight and can include the entire weekend or select events. For more information on ticket purchases, go here.

The Carolina Farm Trust supports small, community farmers in a direct manner by helping them purchase equipment, lease or purchase land, and reach customers through creative marketing campaigns.

The Carolina LGBTQ+ Chamber of Commerce advocates for LGBTQ businesses at every level of government and business affairs. They cover a broad cross-section of the LGBTQ business community and LGBTQ key allies to develop and implement policy and establish a clear and persuasive voice in government and business affairs.

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