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Milkweed & electric tie die

June 8, 2019 @ 5:00 pm - 10:00 pm

DOORS: 5pm
MUSIC: 7pm
Tickets: $7 – 16 & under are FREE!

Join us the weekend of June 7th to celebrate the beginning of our 2019 season! Featuring incredible live music, fun, games, food and craft beverages, this event has a little something for everyone. A great opportunity to learn what we are all about at Lincoln Hill Farms and see what we’ve got planned for the coming months!

Milkweed: Born on Main Street in the quiet post-industrial city of Binghamton NY, its core has been the collaboration of three artists – Joseph Alston, Jacqueline Colombo and Peter Lister. With the birth of the six-piece electric version of Milkweed, their sound and impact have grown exponentially. Joined by New Jersey natives Joe Biglin, Caleb Estes and Joe Cirotti, Milkweed has gone electric with the addition of keys, drums and electric guitar. Without committing to one genre Milkweed has pulled from many of the great aspects of American music and created their own brand of American song and storytelling. Whether it is bluegrass guitar flat picking, Chicago blues harmonica, Irish ballads or Jersey shore folk songs, Milkweed weaves together the sounds that make up the rich tapestry of American music history. With their lyrics they set themselves apart from the norm, taking the simple stories of everyday people and telling them through the lens of dreams and what it means to be a human.

About LHF: Lincoln Hill Farms is situated on 80+ acres of historic farmland in the picturesque countryside of Canandaigua. Our property is a multi-purpose and family friendly venue perfect for entertainment, events, and celebrations of all kinds. Here at LHF, visitors are connected to an authentic farm experience alongside unique offerings such as seasonal festivals, popular music, and outstanding farm-to-table food.


June 8, 2019
5:00 pm - 10:00 pm


Lincoln Hill Farms


Lincoln Hill Farms
3792 NY-247
Canandaigua, NY 14424 United States
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