Just an hour's drive outside of downtown Philadelphia, Wyebrook Farm is a historic, sustainable farm located on 355 picturesque acres in northern Chester County. Add it to your "Must Go" list, even if you can't make it to the festival (you'll thank us later)!
The seven-hour festivities kick off at 12 Noon on Saturday, April 26 at the idyllic farm, featuring International Bluegrass Music Hall of Honor inductee Jesse McReynolds, Dave Kline & The Mountain Folk Band, Travis Wetzel Trio and the Frog Holler Bluegrass Band. Gene Shay, “Dean of American Folk DJs”, will emcee. The event is rain or shine.
12 Noon - Gates Open
1 pm - East Side Dave Kline and Mountain Folk
2 pm - Travis Wetzel Trio
3 pm - Frog Holler Bluegrass Band
4 pm - Jesse McReynolds (Bluegrass Set)
6 pm - Jesse McReynolds (Grateful Dead Set)
Get your tickets in advance for $35 or pay $40 at the door (free admission for children under 12). The festival is BYOB and you'll need to bring a blanket or chair to enjoy the music. The Cafe' and Market will be closed for the festival, but food stands will be on-site. For more information, including directions, musician profiles and advance ticket purchases, visit www.wyebrookfarmfest.com.
Down on the Farm
Wyebrook raises heritage breed pigs, French Freedom Ranger chickens, and pastured cows that feed on a diet of grass and legumes. Located in a late 18th century stone barn, the Farm Market is open to the public and features an on-site butcher shop, locally grown produce and other goods. The lower back level of the stone barn is dedicated to a self-serve Café. Picnic tables are set up throughout the courtyard for your eating pleasure where you can enjoy live music on Saturday afternoons in season. Non-alcoholic beverages are sold during Cafe' hours, but guests are welcome to bring their own wine and beer. Added bonus? The farm is pet friendly! For more information about Wyebrook Farm, Cafe' or Market, including hours, chef dinners and other events, call (610) 942-7481.
150 Wyebrook Road
Honey Brook, PA 19344